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Police and Civilian Award Criteria for 2018

(For acts performed or adjudicated in 2017)  

POLICE OFFICER OF THE YEAR

Given in recognition of an outstanding officer whose actions exceed expectations after having been injured, faced imminent personal hazards to life above and beyond the call of duty, and demonstrated courage in dangerous or emergency conditions which resulted in the successful resolution of the situation.


RICHARD W. SCHALLER AWARD

Presented to  who are active and respected in their communities and have had a statewide impact on policing.

   


MEDAL OF HONOR AWARD

Awarded for actions in a single event which demonstrate bravery, heroism and/or self-sacrifice; clearly distinguishing the individual for gallantry and bravery under life-threatening circumstances.                               


LIFESAVING AWARD

Awarded for a single act in which the officer displayed extraordinary performance in his/her duty to save the life of a person that would have likely died if not for the action of the officer.

CITIZEN'S VALOR AWARD

Presented to a citizen who voluntarily puts his safety at risk to aid a police officer or fellow citizen during a criminal act or life-threatening situation

   


DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Awarded for outstanding achievement

 
 

MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD

Awarded for exceptional achievement and extraordinary valor, service, professionalism and leadership.

 
 
 

Board Meeting Minutes

The Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association Board of Directors is required to publish approved minutes so that association members remain informed of the business of the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association. Minutes of the previous month's meeting are approved at the meetings.

Questions: Contact Executive Director Andy Skoogman, 651-485-7667.

Board Meeting Minutes for 2015

Board Meeting Minutes for 2014

Board Meeting Minutes for 2013

Board Meeting Minutes for 2012

Board Meeting Minutes for 2011

Board Meeting Minutes for 2010

Board Meeting Minutes 2005-2009

 

MCPA Board of Directors Meeting

May 2018:  Thursday, May 24, 2018 10:30 am - 1:00 pm  MCPA Headquarters

 

Board Member List 2018-2019

Meeting Agendas & Supporting Documents


February 2017 Financials

March 2017 Board Packet

January 2017 Board Packet

December 2016 Financials

August 2016 Financials

September 2016 Board Meeting Packet

August 2016 Board Meeting Packet

July  2016 Board Meeting Packet

 May 2016 Board Meeting Packet

April 2016 Board Meeting Packet

March 2016 Board Meeting Packet

February 2016 Board Meeting Packet

January 2016 Board Meeting Packet

December 2015 Board Meeting Packet

November 2015 Board Meeting Packet


October 2015 Board Meeting Materials

September 2015 Financial Reports

Past Meeting Materials:

September Board Meeting Materials

August 2015 Financial Reports

July 16, 2015 Meeting Minutes

For future reference:

2015 Tactical Plan

 

Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association
Board of Directors 2018-2019

 

President
Chief Daniel Hatten

Hutchinson Police Department

Vice President
Chief Jeff Potts

Bloomington Police Department

Second Vice President
Chief David Bentrud

Waite Park Police Department

Third Vice President
Chief Eric Werner

Maple Grove Police Department

Immediate Past President
Chief Mike Goldstein

Plymouth Police Department

Secretary
Chief Stephanie  Revering

Crystal Police Department

Treasurer
Chief Tim Fournier

New Hope Police Department

Sergeant-at-Arms
Chief Matt Gottschalk

Corcoran Police Department

Director
Chief Roger Pohlman

Red Wing Police Department

 

Director
Chief Brian Weierke

Fridley Police Department

Director
Chief Eric Klang

Pequot Lakes Police Department

Director
Chief Jeff Tate

Shakopee Police Department

 

Director
Chief Eric Gieseke

Burnsville Police Department

Director
Chief Mike Mastin

Bemidji Police Department

Director
Chief Mike Risvold

Wayzata Police Department

 

2018-2019 Board Roster

Vision

To be the recognized voice for professional law enforcement in Minnesota

Mission

To bring the highest quality police services to the people of Minnesota

 

 

MCPA Board of Directors

Election Guidelines for Candidates


 

MCPA Board Candidate Application for 2018-2019


2018 - 2019
OPEN POSITIONS
  1. Third Vice President
  2. Sergeant-at-Arms
  3. Director (Two Positions)

ELECTION GUIDELINES FOR CANDIDATES
Contact with questions: MCPA Executive Director, [email protected] 

  • We can accommodate a one-time request of an MCPA voting member mailing list. Requests fulfilled in Excel format only, not to include phone numbers or emails.

  • We will post candidate photos/names/agency on the website and in C-NOTES

  • Announcements on the web, in C-NOTES and on displays at ETI will follow the same template with individualized information for respective candidates.

  • Budget - Candidate's expense, at candidate's discretion.
  • MCPA will not conduct mailings for candidates.

MCPA board members hail from small, mid-sized and large cities in Minnesota. They are chief law enforcement officers who are committed to expanding their portfolio of leadership positions and collaborative abilities.

They are looking to ensure their opinions are heard; they welcome the wisdom of their peers; they are prepared to work. Many bring community, regional or state-level public safety experience...

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Board members commit several years of service, developing partnerships and relationships with those they otherwise might never have met.

They are building upon a long-standing vision based on 50 years of statewide tradition – to become the voice of professional law enforcement in Minnesota.

 
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