Intl Union Of Police Association

1549 Ringling Blvd
Sarasota FL 34236
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International Union of Police Associations history began when the union was known as the National Conference of Police Associations in 1954. The National Conference of Police Associations was developed in response to the demands of the law enforcement profession that was changing quickly, especially in the areas of collective bargaining and benefits. It was apparent that police officers were in need of the support and services that only the AFL-CIO could provide through the auspices of other police officers. In 1966, the organization amended its by-laws to allow a number of local Canadian police associations to affiliate and the National Conference of Police Associations became known as the International Conference of Police Associations.