Bill Martin was a long time member of the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers' Association and served on the Executive Board in various capacities. Bill was a great officer and a true friend. We miss him dearly and think this dedication is well deserved for his service to his community and the State of Mississippi.
MLEOA has completed its 2014 conference at the Hollywood Casino in Bay St. Louis Mississippi. We had some great training and social events with over 150 participants from around the state.
The training included our annual motorcycle training and skills competition, a patrol rifle course, legal updates, cybercrime investigation, and an officer survival segment which includes traffic stops, building searches, use of force and communications.
Our social events included a trip to Gulf Islands Water Park, a crawfish boil, receptions, and banquet. We hope everyone had a great time during this week of great training and camaraderie.
Our association is committed to enhancing law enforcement through training with a primary goal of offering training to our brothers and sisters at little or no cost. Please visit our training page to see what you need to do to have the association sponsor a training event in your area.
Pictured above are Beth Stauffer, Michael Fleming (President MLEOA), and Joseph Maher.
The association recognized Sgt. Gale Stauffer (Posthumousley) and Officer Joseph Maher from the Tupelo Police Department as Officers of the Year for 2014.
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