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. Read More... Download: HeraldArticle2.pdf
The Wesport Police Association have entered a corporate challenge "Fishing for a Cause" to benefit the Schwartz Center for Children in Dartmouth, MA. The Shwartz Center is a community based provider of education, therapy and medical care for children with special developmental needs.
The goal of WPA is to raise $3,500.00. Read More... Download: FFC_MMPC.pdf
In light of recent events, the MMPC is urging all Members to use extra precautions when responding to calls for service. With nothing but inflamatory rhetoric coming from elected officials nationwide and no real leadership in sight, the need for the "Thin Blue Line" has never been greater.
Be Vigilant, Be Alert, and watch each other's backs out there. Read More...
The MMPC has begun a state-wide fundraiser to bring funds in to the organization. These monies are used in conjunction with member union dues to pay for services to keep the coalition running and assist in our goals to provide excellent service and represent the police officers of the Commonwealth. Read More...
The MMPC will be testifying on October 4th at the State House about the Evergreen Clause changes submitted by the Gov nested inside a supplemental budget. The testimony will be posted here after that date for members reference.