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  • Vancouver Police Officers Guild

    The Vancouver Police Officers' Guild was established in 1991. The VPOG is the exclusive collective bargaining organization for the Police Officers, Corporals, and Sergeants of the Vancouver, Washington Police Department. The VPOG replaced the Vancouver Police Officers Association as the social arm, and the previous affiliation with the Office of Professional Employees International Union-Local 11 for Labor issues.

    The VPOG represents the interests of its members in labor related subjects such as contract negotiations, grievance and disciplinary issues, and any other matters protected by collective bargaining in the State of Washington. The VPOG is affiliated with the Washington Council of Police and Sheriffs, monitoring legislation and other issues that affect law enforcement within the State.

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    Tribute to Officer Jonathan Shoop

    Earlier today, VPOG member Holly Musser delivered an End of Watch flag to the Bothell Police Department in memory of Officer Jonathan Shoop.  Officer Shoop was killed in the line of duty on July 13, 2020, following a pursuit and shootout with a suspect.

    Vancouver Education Association Donates Gift Cards

    Yesterday morning, Vice President Pat Moore met with Kari Van Nostran, the President of the Vancouver Education Association.  Recently they set aside some money for a few events. Due to the Covid shut down, their events were cancelled and their e-board made the decision to graciously bless both the Vancouver Police Officers Guild and the CCSO Deputy Guild.

    City of Vancouver COVID-19 Response Updates

    Please see the attached link for the latest news describing the City of Vancouver's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This includes emergency orders issued by the Vancouver City Manager as well as other guidance for our community.

    Coronavirus (COVID-19): Resources for Law Enforcement

    The National Police Foundation (NPF) is committed to providing resources to law enforcement agencies during the COVID-19 pandemic. The NPF recognizes the challenges law enforcement is currently facing in this rapidly changing environment.

    Tribute to Trooper Justin R. Schaffer

    Trooper Justin R. Schaffer died in the line of duty on March 24, 2020, at the age of 28 after he was fatally struck by a vehicle when placing spike strips down on Interstate 5 in Chehalis.


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Vancouver Police Officer's Guild
PO Box 1201
Vancouver, WA 98666




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