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Updated: Feb. 10 (21:08)

Statement of National President Chuck Canterbury On Super Bowl Half Time
Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
Elimination of Public Employee Retirement Commission - PERC
Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
Police Chaplain Volunteers 24/7
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
City: Pedestrians won't be on Border Highway
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Cesar Villenueva Memorial Services
Irving Police Association
St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser
Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
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St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser

The Winchester Elks #1445 is hosting a St. Patrick's Day Fundraiser on March 12, 2016.  The event begins at 6:30 PM with a cocktail hour followed by a traditional Irish boiled dinner at 7:30.  There will be an appearance by the Irish American Police Officer's Association of Massachusetts Bag Pipers as well the Goulding School of Irish Dance Step Dancers.
Download: 29823_POSTER-1.pdf

Veterans Day 2015

The E-Board of the MMPC unanimously approved donations to two Veterans groups for $1,000 each.  VP Michael McGrath presented the donations to iPods for Veterans ( and to Honor Flight New England (

Website and Social Media

The MMPC Executive Board met on 11/4/15 and agreed that the website and Facebook page should be updated with new content on a more regular basis.  We are going to be listing legislative matters as we get them and also local, state, and national news relating to police and union issues.


The Quincy Police Patrol Officers Association will be hosting a "Pro Police" rally on Friday May 15th between 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM at McIntire Mall Quincy Square (in front of Quincy City Hall). All are welcome to attend.  Se the attached flyer.  Any questions contact QPPOA President Terry Downing at tdown9617@comcast.

Passing of Cambridge Police Officer Stephen B. Killion

The Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition regrets to annoucne the passing of Cambridge Police Officer and co-founder of the MMPC Stephen B. Killion on March 26 2015.  Steve was fifty-six years old.  Steve proudly served the Cambridge Police Department with distinction for twenty-six years.  Steve was a past President of the Cambridge Police Patrol Officer's Association.
Download: HeraldArticle2.pdf

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