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Iowa State Police Association Newsletter
1-20-2019

IN THIS ISSUE

September 9
RTC board meeting (if needed)
Location: RTC Fort Dodge Campus
Time: 10:00 AM

September 9
ISPA Board Meeting
Location: Americinn Fort Dodge
Time: 1:00 PM

October 13-October 15
2014 ISPA Conference
Location: Quality Inn Ames, Iowa

November 11
RTC board meeting
Location: RTC Fort Dodge Campus
Time: 1:00 PM

November 12
ISPA Board Meeting
Location: AmericInn Fort Dodge
Time: 9:00 AM

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REMEMBRANCES

Loyd William Froning
(1935-2014),
Iowa State Police Association

Glen Thomas Hanson
(1952-2014),
Iowa State Police Association #7

Robert Dwight Reynolds Jr.
(1939-2014),
Iowa State Police Association #10

Larry William Frey
(1950-2014),
Iowa State Police Association #2

 

 

82ND ANNUAL ISPA CONFERENCE
By Eric Snyder, ISPA President

imageIowa State Police Association (ISPA) Local 19, Ames, is in the final stages of preparing for the 82nd Annual ISPA Conference October 13-15, 2014. We look forward to seeing old friends and making new connections. If you haven't made plans to attend, there is still time! More information and convenient online registration can be found on our website.

The conference will begin on Monday, October 13 at 10:00 a.m. with our annual golf tournament (registration begins at 9:00 a.m.). That evening, Sgt. Rory Echer of the Ames Police Department will be smoking meat as a throwback tribute to past president Claire Keigley, who started the tradition of the Monday cookout with a hog roast at his conference in 1989. We will also feature craft beer from local Ames brewery Olde Main.

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2014 IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT
PURPLE HEART HONOREES

The Iowa State Police Association (ISPA) will recognize the service and sacrifice of three officers and their families at the 82nd Annual ISPA Conference in October.

imageLieutenant Patrick Richardson
Newton Police Department
E.O.W. 09-01-2013

A 20-year veteran of the Newton Police Department, Lieutenant Patrick Richardson died on September 1, 2013. He had commanded the department's SWAT team on a high-risk search warrant on August 28, 2013. Upon returning home safely that night, Lieutenant Richardson complained of chest pains that lasted for over an hour, and he continued to have symptoms throughout the Labor Day weekend.

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BOARD SPOTLIGHT

By Dave McFarland, ISPA Director

image Closing in on almost two years since being elected to the Iowa State Police Association (ISPA) Board of Directors, I can truly say I have enjoyed my time on the board and look forward to the next five years. I hope I have done a good job representing the ISPA and working for all its members, and will continue to do so in the future.

When I first joined the board, I took over the day-to-day management of the ISPA website from Past President Rob Burdess. At first there was a large learning curve, but I think I may finally have an understanding of what I'm doing. Over the last two years, the board has made many updates to the website, including:

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CALLING ALL HEROES!

California Casualty is in search of ISPA heroes to honor!

Since 2012, California Casualty has been sponsoring the "Nominate a Hero" program. It grew out of our desire to create a platform for people to say "thank you" to the heroes we are so honored to serve. On top of that, we wanted to add a chance for one hero to win a dream vacation valued at $10,000! It is just our small way of saying thanks for all you do.

Over the last year-and-a-half, we've received thousands of nominations, shared dozens of stories and gained an even deeper appreciation of the sacrifice our customers make on a daily basis.

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IOWA C.O.P.S.
imageBy Tiffany Ehler, Board President of Iowa C.O.P.S.

Iowa Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) has a large mission to uphold — to provide resources that assist in rebuilding the lives of surviving families and affected co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. There is a proactive portion of our mission, as well, and that is to provide training to law enforcement agencies on survivor victimization issues and to educate the public on the need to provide ongoing support to the law enforcement profession and its survivors.

My name is Tiffany Ehler, Board President of Iowa C.O.P.S. It is truly an honor for me to serve survivors, law enforcement officers and families of Iowa in this capacity. My passion and devotion to Iowa C.O.P.S. has enabled me to become part of a national community of people that wish they never had to come together as "survivors." But because of C.O.P.S., they are able to survive!

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LAW ENFORCEMENT NEWS

NYPD Officer Saves 2-Month-Old Baby Girl

Ferguson Police Begin Using Body-Worn Cameras

No Easy Answers — Avoiding Tragedy During "Suspect with a Gun" Calls

Lawsuit Filed over Police Use of Force at Ferguson Protests

CrowdSourcing iPhone App Racist?


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