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Learn about the new POLC/GELC Executive Committee members and the departure of the longest serving board member in the Winter 2024 Police Officers Journal. Following the POLC/GELC Labor Seminar & Conference last September, two members joined the Executive Committee and the Committee Chairman departed. The date and location for the 2024 Annual POLC/GELC Conference have been set.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer presented her recommendations for a balanced fiscal year 2025 state budget on Feb. 7, which totals $80.7 billion and includes $14.3 billion in General Fund and $19 billion in School Aid monies. The budget focuses on improving public safety and public health, lowering costs, economic development, expanding education opportunities and rebuilding the infrastructure.


Download: Karoub Report Feb 9 2024.pdf

The House is considering bringing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) reauthorization bill to the floor for a vote next week that would be a cleaner reauthorization that does not include controversial provisions. However, House leadership is expected to allow for amendments during debate on the bill and the Fourth Amendment is Not For Sale Act (H.R.

Seven POLC-represented law enforcement agencies along with the Michigan Attorney General‘s Criminal Investigations Division (CID) were granted accreditation by the Michigan Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (MLEAC). Attorney General Dana Nessel announced on Feb.

In her State of the State address on Jan. 24, Governor Gretchen Whitmer highlighted her plans to lower costs, expand educational opportunities and accelerate economic development. Her plans included among other things free community college for the first two years for all Michigan high school graduates, access to free pre-Kindergarten for every 4-year-old, and investing $1.


Download: January 2024 Karoub Report_compressed.pdf

NAPO has serious concerns with President Biden’s nominee to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Adeel A. Mangi, who was narrowly approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Jan. 18.

Excerpted from National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Law Enforcement line-of-duty deaths nationwide dropped by 39 percent in 2023 when compared to the number of deaths in the prior year.


Download: 2023-EOY-Fatality-Report-FINAL.pdf

New three-year agreement expires Dec. 31, 2025. Wages: 4% increase effective upon ratification Aug. 22, 2023. 3% increase effective Jan. 1, 2024. 3% increase effective Jan. 1, 2025. Fringe Benefits: Added Juneteenth as a paid Holiday.

Register now and join us Jan. 28 – 30, 2024 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for NAPO’s 35th Annual Police, Fire, EMS & Municipal Employee Pension & Benefits Seminar.

By Jennifer Gomori, POJ Editor Karlee Campbell responded to every challenge with positivity during her training at Oakland Community College Police Academy, performing to the best of her ability and earning her the Richard R. Weiler Scholarship Award.  The 27-year-old ranked 27th in her class with a 92.7 percent overall grade point average.

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