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Our Affiliates

As a result of our mission to organize, assist, and advocate we have forged strong relationships with important labor organizations, labor councils, police associations and friends of the law enforcement community.  These organizations help us achieve our goals and we invite you to visit their websites.

Labor Organizations:

National Association of Police Organizations 

International AFL-CIO

Massachusetts AFL-CIO

North Shore Labor Council

Greater Boston Labor Council

Plymouth-Bristol Labor Council

MAWLE (Massachusetts Association of Women in Law Enforcement)

Resources for the families of Police officers killed in the line of Duty:

The Hundred Club of Massachusetts Inc
Telephone: (617) 536-4410
Benefit summary: $5,000 lump sum for Line of Duty death; $2,500 for non-LOD death;

$100 US bonds to children at Christmas; two weeks summer camp (up to 15);
$1,500 for books per school year


Concerns of Police Survivors (National)

Concerns of Police Survivors (New England Chapter)

Resources for Police Officers Injured in the line of duty:

SandulliGrace, PC
Attorney Kenneth Grace   617-523-2500, Ext #401
Attorney Jamie Goodwin   617-5232500, Ext # 410

Byrne and Anderson, LLP  
Attorney Kenneth Anderson    617-265-3900

L.R.I.S.
Labor Relations Information Systems

Law Enforcement Publications:

American Police Beat

Police Magazine

Support Our Troops

USO- United Service Organizations

Red Shirt Friday

On-Duty Resources

Use these helpful links to stay informed of evolving law and important legal decisions.

U.S. Supreme Court

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

Massachusetts Trial Courts

Massachusetts General Laws

Supreme and Federal Court Case Summaries