Los Angeles Police Protective League
|Los Angeles Police Protective League|
- See also: California government sector lobbying
The Los Angeles Police Protective League is a government sector lobbying association. According to a Pacific Research Institute study, the group is funded in whole or in part by taxpayer dollars, in the form of membership dues paid by local governments.
- "Contract negotiations"
- "Legal representation for members"
- "Dental, group life, disability, and legal defense insurance"
- "Guard Card and Firearm renewal processing"
- "League-paid death benefits for families of officers who die during active service"
- "Liaison with City Council, courts, state and federal elected officials"
- "Representation with grievances, arbitrations and unfair labor practices"
- "Assistance with Workers’ Compensation claims, sick leave, injured-on-duty matters and service and disability pensions"
- "Sponsorship of an annual golf tournament which benefits the families of slain LAPD officers"
- "Scholarship fund for members’ dependents"
- "Annual College Day to promote lifetime learning"
- "Production of the “Thin Blue Line,” the League’s award-winning monthly newspaper"
The Los Angeles Police Protective League is governed by their nine member Board of Directors.
- Los Angeles Police Protective League, "Mission," accessed February 28, 2011
- Los Angeles Police Protective League, "History," accessed February 28, 2011
- State-Level Lobbying and Taxpayers: How Much Do We Really Know?, Pacific Research Institute
- Los Angeles Police Protective League, "Services," accessed February 28, 2011