The Oregon Peace Officers Association (OPOA) is a police organization which was founded in 1968. Since that time, OPOA has dedicated itself to improving the professionalism of Oregon’s law enforcement community through community support, communication, training, recognition, and death benefits for fallen officers. Membership in the OPOA is open to all law enforcement related professionals of any rank. Today, the Oregon Peace Officers Association is one of Oregon’s largest law enforcement associations with nearly 1,500 federal, state and local law enforcement officers included in its membership.
OPOA is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Trust Fund (501 (c) 3). The OLEMTF manages the funds raised by the sale of the Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer License Plate. This collaboration will provide additional training to Oregon's law enforcement, corrections and dispatch personnel which will improve officer safety and well-being.