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					                           Missouri Police Chiefs
                                Association
                                                                                        09/25/09
                                                                        10:00 AM to 11:31 AM
                                                      1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO

Meeting called by:   Chief Robert Orr, MPCA President
Type of meeting:     Monthly Board Meeting

Attendees:           See Attached: (Please sign attendance form.)
Please read:         All attachments requiring action and informational.
Please bring:        NA

                     Agenda topics
1                    Call to order                                         President Orr
1                    Welcome                                               President Orr
1                    Approval of pending minutes                           President Orr
2                    Treasurer's Report                                    Chief Seibert
10                   LE Funeral Team                                       Mr. Bartlemas
10                   Face Book/Twitter Pages                               TBA
2                    POST Report                                           Jeremy Spratt
5                    Highway Safety Report                                 LeAnna DePue
2                    DPS Report                                            TBA
5                    Regional VP Reports                                   Regional VPs
2                    Membership Committee                                  Chief Shocky
2                    Conference Committee                                  Chief Milam
2                    Standards & Goals Committee                           Chief Noonan
5                    Technology Committee                                  Chief Person
5                    Traffic Committee                                     TBA
5                    Interoperable Committee                               Chief Juden
5                    Homeland Security Committee                           Chief Wiegand
2                Training Committee       Chief Bridges
2                Police Clerk Committee   Sherry Royal
1                SACOP Representative     Chief Milam
1                IACP Representative      Chief Wolf
10               Legislative Committee    Chief Wolf
5                Old Business             Director Lineback
5                New Business             Director Lineback

Special notes:
                                 Missouri Police Chiefs
                                           Association
                                                                          09/25/09
                                                          10:00 AM to 11:31 AM
                                        1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO

Meeting called by:
Type of meeting:

Attendees:
Please read:
Please bring:

                     Agenda topics
1                    Call to order                        President Orr
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items:                             Person responsible:         Deadline:
1                         Welcome                                       President Orr
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items:                                           Person responsible:         Deadline:




1                         Approval of pending minutes                   President Orr
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items: (Motion needed on the pending minutes.)   Person responsible:         Deadline:
(See Minutes Attached.)                                 Chief Orr


2                         Treasurer's Report                            Chief Seibert
Discussion:
    1. Monthly Treasurer’s Report
    2. 990 Report


Conclusions:


Action items: (See attached)                            Person responsible:         Deadline:
(Motion needed on pending minutes/990 Report.)          Chief Seibert
(See Attached.)
10                         LE Funeral Team                                Mr. Bartlemas
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items: (Decision to act or not to act by board.)   Person responsible:        Deadline:




10                         Face Book/Twitter Pages                        TBA
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items: (Informational & Option to create.)         Person responsible:        Deadline:




2                          POST Report                                    Jeremy Spratt
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items: (Informational)                             Person responsible:        Deadline:
5                         Highway Safety Report                   LeAnna DePue
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items: (Informational)                     Person responsible:       Deadline:




2                         DPS Report                              TBA
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items: (Informational)                     Person responsible:       Deadline:




5                         Regional VP Reports                     Regional VPs
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items:                                     Person responsible:       Deadline:
2                          Membership Committee                              Chief Shocky
Discussion:
    1.   Action on candidates for membership.
    2.   ALEA coverage review.
    3.   MPCA Election Letter for review/action.
    4.   MPCA Awards Letter for review/action.


Conclusions:


Action items:                                                Person responsible:       Deadline:
(Motion to accept pending candidates for membership.)        Chief Shocky
(See pending candidates for membership.)
2                          Conference Committee                              Chief Milam
Discussion:
1. December 10-11, 2009 – Capitol Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, MO.


Conclusions:


Action items: (Pending Contract for Approval)                Person responsible:       Deadline:
(See Contract Separate Handout.)                             Chief Milam/Johnson
2                            Standards & Goals Committee                          Chief Noonan
Discussion:
1.   St. Charles Assessment Complete.
2.   Job Task Analysis Project.
3.   Jefferson City Assessment being planned Captain - Lt.
4.   Chief Assessment proposal sent at the request of the City of Gerald.
5.   DV initial employment form – (See attached)
6. Promotion Test (Stanard)
7. Committee to meet on Job Task and Chief Hand Book.
8. Action on Pending Maryland Heights Certification On-Site Report. (Report is a separate handout.)
Conclusions:


Action items:                                                     Person responsible:        Deadline:
                                                                  Chief Noonan


5                            Technology Committee                                 Chief Person
Discussion:
1. 911 Issues.
2. MODEX
3. Statewide RMS, CAD, & Mobile- (Project title: MJMP)
4. 911 center funding program www.epa.gov/CARE/ for 2010.
5. Criminal Records & Justice Information Advisory Committee meeting review/update.
6. Open network security for local law enforcement so MULE lines will not have to be used or
purchased. (Initial project cost $100,000 with $25,000 annual maintenance – (Estimated & CJIS
Approved). Contact being made by the MPCA with Clifford Gronauer 573-526-6200.


Conclusions:


Action items:                                                     Person responsible:        Deadline:
5                         Traffic Committee                                     TBA
Discussion:
1. DocView Traffic Accident Report Automation Project. (Contract & action needed on mailer.)
2. New traffic accident form – revision process underway.
3. Meeting with Highway Safety: A.) Addition of Chief Rowe/Chief Orr to SFST Board. B.)
Modification of contracts so that the SFST requirements only apply to those executing the grant
enforcement provisions. C.) Recommendation of 4-6 hour SFST continuing education every three years –
but no mandate and no legislation. D.) Instructors 2-year only attendance record.
4. Bronze Star Parking Placard – HB 400 & HB 427 / 2009: The legislation allows Bronze Star placard
holders to park at any metered parking spot free of charge. Note: the use of these placards and specialty
plates for free parking is contingent upon approval by local authorities. A sample of the placard can be
obtained at http://dornt05/mvdl/motorv/bronzestar/. For more information contact Will Masters at (573)
751-8749.
5. REVISION of the “Notice of Suspension/Revocation of Your Driving Privilege” (FORM 2385) and
“Refusal to Submit to Alcohol/Drug Test Notice of Revocation of Your Driving Privilege” (FORM 4323)
to include the new reinstatement requirements that became effective July 1, 2009 created by Senate Bills
930 &947. LE procedures on how you completed the forms have not changes. If you need forms, they
my be ordered by accessing Revenue’s website at: www.dor.mo.gov/mvdl/forms. If you have any
questions call Brad Brester at 573-751-4833.
Conclusions:


Action items:                                                  Person responsible:            Deadline:




5                         Interoperable Committee                               Chief Juden
Discussion:
1. State Wide Interop status.
2. Statewide Broadband Initiative (need board input.)
    3. State Wide Interop governance – request to DPS.
    4. Local and Regional Projects.
Conclusions:


Action items:                                                  Person responsible:            Deadline:
                                                               Chief Drew Juden
5                         Homeland Security Committee                           Chief Wiegand
Discussion:
1. Revised Hazmat training/instructor.
2. MPCA representation on Homeland Security Council.
3. H1 N1
4. MIAC (Lynn Rowe)
5. LEPPT Committee – Network Security (ACTION: Need funding directives – Meet today at 1pm).
6. Pandemic Influenza state plan – www.dhss.mo.gov/PandemicInfluenza/StatePlan.html
7. More Pandemic information –
http://chinese.pandemicflu.gov/pandemicflu/enzh/24/_pandemicflu_gov/plan/workplaceplanning/letter.ht
ml
B. http://www.dhss.mo.gov/Ready_in_3/PanFluCommunityGuide.pdf
C. www.dhss.mo.gov/BT-Response/_H1N1Flu.html
D. www.dhss.mo.gov/PandemicInfluenza/index.html.
DHSS contact Aaron Winslow – 417-895.6975 or Aaron.Winslow@dhss.mo.gov

8. How to create a plan: www.flu.gov/plan/workplaceplanning/lawenforcement.pdf
9. 800 numbers for law enforcement personnel to verify any credit cards numbers:
    A.) Visa – for accounts numbers beginning with 4 = 800-367-8472
    B.) American Express – for numbers beginning with 37 = 866- 375-3684
    C.) Diners Club – for numbers beginning with 38 = 866-517-5347
    D.) Discover – for numbers beginning with 6 = 800-762-3051
    E.) Mastercard – for numbers beginning with 5 = 800-231-1750
10. US Secret Service e-information network on-line = tell issuing bank or a branded card based on the
six digit BIN, subpoena compliance, security office POC name, address, and phone number. You will
have to register with the USSS at this site in order to obtain access =
https://www2.einformation.usss.gov/elib/welcome.nsf/loginPage


Conclusions:


Action items:                                                  Person responsible:          Deadline:
2                         Training Committee                                   Chief Bridges
Discussion:
1. Training Status.
2. Training Survey Results.
3. MPCA awarded on LE Tactic/Defense Driving Training – (Training Free to Law Enforcement.)
4. MPCA awarded DITEP training – Training designed to provide school personnel/educators and law
enforcement assigned to such setting on recognition of alcohol and drug use by students.
5. Request to training for the MPCA by Gregg Marshall see
http://www.reconnection.com/content/speaking.


Conclusions:


Action items:                                                  Person responsible:        Deadline:
(See report attached.)


2                         Police Clerk Committee                               Sherry Royal
Discussion:
1. New record retention schedule has been adopted by Secretary of State.
2. Need for agency destruction policy as state schedule is a minimum.
3. MPCA training on destruction schedule.
4. MPCA next project will be open/closed records matrix.
Conclusions:


Action items:                                                  Person responsible:        Deadline:
1                         SACOP Representative                                  Chief Milam
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items:                                                 Person responsible:            Deadline:
                                                              Chief Terry Milam


1                         IACP Representative                                   Chief Wolf
Discussion:




Conclusions:


Action items:                                                 Person responsible:            Deadline:
                                                              Chief Carl Wolf


10                        Legislative Committee                                 Chief Wolf
Discussion:
1. Meeting with Sheriffs & Patrol.
2. Meeting with FOP.
3. MPCA Platform for 2010. (See initial suggestions separate handout.)


Conclusions:


Action items:                                                 Person responsible:            Deadline:
5                         Old Business                                         Director Lineback
Discussion:
    1. DocView Contract has been approved and executed (Directive 06/30/09).
    2. Board Approved to hosting of a Year End Conference (06/30/09).
    3. Contract has been obtained from Capitol Plaza for Year End Conf. (Directive 06/30/09)
    4. Web site revision – new faces approved and project underway with a Feb 2010 completion.
    5. Approved standard 9-4 changing bi-annual to annual, but requires decision shooting. (06/30/09)
    6. Endorsement of Judge Sotomayor for U.S. Supreme Court (06/30/09).
    7. Endorsement letters sent by MPCA & Judge was confirmed.
    8. SACOP – IACP Conference Scholarship information sent to Membership by MPCA staff.
    9. MPCA has been notified that Chief Robert Pruett was awarded the SACOP Scholarship.
    10. IACP Conference will be in Denver, CO - October 3-7.
    11. MPCA & Illinois Chiefs will be co-hosting a reception at 2009 IACP Conference.
    12. Cole County Assessor challenge of MPCA/MPCCF tax exempt status was defeated by MPCA.
    13. Director Lineback directed to provide board information on Twitter/Face Book (06/30/09).
    14. MPCA/MPCCF register as a vendor for the MML conference (06/30/09).
    15. Request letter to support the Missouri Office of Prosecutions Services STOP Grant Training of
        Domestic Violence Issues has been drafted and delivered upon Presidential Authority (Note:
        MPCA sent a very similar letter in 2008.)


Conclusions:


Action items:                                                  Person responsible:         Deadline:
7                         New Business                                         Director Lineback
Discussion:
   1. Missouri Amber – Poster Contest, $250,000 web-based EMS notification for completion, and
       Chief Milam and Director Lineback status as MPCA appointments to Committee.
   2. New State requirements for grants: 513.610 Audit report, Custodial Interrogation policy,
       UCR/NIBRS Compliance, racial profiling policy, and racial profiling compliance. (All policy
       compliance will be attested to by the use of “Certified Assurances” document. Will be coming out
       upon award for 2010 LLEGB grant and will be incorporated into future grants.
   3. MPCA received a letter requesting a meeting with the MPCA by Craig Floyd, Chairman of the LE
       Museum (202-737-3400). Letter was address to Chief Ladd. More information regarding
       museum can be found at www.LawEnforcementMuseum.org.
   4. New Missouri Pseudoephedrine tracking data base – 2009 SCS HB 22 – Funding. System under
       the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services under the Bureau of Narcotics and
       Dangerous Drugs 573-751-6321 (Mike Boeger).
   5. Drury Hotels membership discount contract. ACTION NEEDED (See attached.)
   6. Chief Mike Force has been appointed to the Missouri State Sex Offenders Task Force.
   7. MPCA & MPCCF will begin a news letter – Question: (Frequency – Monthly or Quarterly).
   8. Request by Gregg Marshall, CPMR CSP to be able to send technology articles to be used at no
       cost in newsletter.
   9. Honorary MPCA Police Chief Award to Gary Markenson – Retiring Executive Director of the
       MML – Proposed by Chief Carl Wolf.
   10. Review and action on MPCA “Retention Policy”.
   11. Review and action on MPCA “Whistle Blower Policy”.
   12. Review and action on MPCA “Annual Conflict of Interest Policy”.
   13. Review and action on MPCA “Annual Safety Belt Policy”.
   14. Review and action on MPCA “Political Fundraiser Notification for Political Offices”
   15. Review and action on MPCA “Non-Discriminatory Policy”
   16. Review and action on MPCA “Organizational Assessment”
   17. Director’s Report/Action on Executive Board Summary report.
   18. News Letter/Director’s Report.
   19. Director’s Report and BBB Compliance Project.
   20. IACP Reception Flyer




Conclusions:


Action items:                                                 Person responsible:          Deadline:
Special notes:
TREASURER’S REPORT
   (Detailed Report & 990’s Attached.)

             Balance Sheet
                 As Of
           September 18, 2009

                ASSETS:
        Checking:         12,766.38
        Receivable:        9,797.47
            Total Assets:     22,563.85

    TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY
       Opening Bal:      34,506.18
       Retained Earn: -6,189.20
       Net Income:       -5,753.13
           Total Equity:     22,563.85
                              PENDING MINUTES
                                          FROM
                                      June 30, 2009
                                       Reported By
                        Sheldon Lineback, MPCA Executive Director
   Meeting was called to order by Chief Robert Orr.
   There was a presentation by DocView and Car Fax to provide local law enforcement the equipment and technical
    support to make there accident report accessible electronically and provide a means to collect agency report fees at no
    cost to law enforcement agencies. Chief Pruett moved to approve the proposal upon legal review from
    DocView/CarFax. The motion was seconded by Chief Noonan and the motion carried on a unanimous vote.
   Chief Noonan moved to approve the pending minutes from April 17, 2009. Chief Pruett seconded the motion and the
    motion carried on a voice vote.
   Chief Pruett moved to approve the Treasurer’s Report submitted by Chief Seibert. Chief Noonan seconded the motion
    and the motion carried on a voice vote.
   Chief Orr called for Regional Vice President Reports.
   Highway Safety- Director DePue addressed upcoming grants and the Heat Campaign.
   Membership Committee: Chief Pruett moved to approve the Membership Committee Report. Chief Shocky seconded
    the motion and the motion carried on a voice vote.
   Conference Committee: There was discuss as to whether or not to hold a December Year End Conference. Chief
    Noonan moved that the MPCA hold a December Year End Report in Jefferson City, MO with the date and
    arrangements be made by the Conference Committee. The motion was seconded by Chief Shocky and carried on a
    voice vote.
   Standards and Goals Committee: Chief Noonan reported on the status of assessment centers, entry level testing
    services, promotional level testing, and the job task analysis project.
   Technology/Traffic Committee: Chief Person reported on the status of MODEX and 911 Communications.
   Homeland Security Committee: Chief Juden spoke to the issue of interoperable communications.
   Police Clerks Committee: A written proposed revision of the records retention schedule was provided for review.
   Training Committee: Chief Bridges discussed sending out a training survey which would be distributed by the MPCA
    following the Combined Conference. He also presented a written report on the current status of the training provided
    by the MPCA to this point.
   Legislative Committee:
         1. Chief Noonan moved to send a letter to Missouri’s Senators supporting the nomination of Judge Sotomayor.
              Chief Ladd seconded the motion and the motion carried on a voice vote with one member in opposition.
         2. Director Lineback addressed a renewed interest of the State of Missouri in 513.607 Audits.
         3. Director Lineback reported that he and a representative from DPS would be providing regional training on
              legislative initiatives from the 2009 session.
   SACOP Report: Chief Milam identified a scholarship for the IACP Conference. Director Lineback was instructed to
    send the application to the membership for a second time.
   IACP Report: Annual Conference will take place in Denver, CO October 3-7, 2009. Lodging arrangement cut-off
    will be July 19, 2009, and there will be a Missouri/Illinois Reception.
   Old Business: Cole County Assessor has officially challenged the MPCA & MPCCF county tax exempt status was
    discussed by Director Lineback. He also reported that he is preparing all legal documents and arguments of the
    challenge. Director Lineback reported that the ALEO brochures are completed, Website new skins have been
    approved and the re-facing is underway, and the office has completed it VOIP conversion.
   New Business: Re-introduced and reminded the board of the “HEAT IS ON” and the “YOU DRINK & DRIVE,
    YOU LOOSE” campaigns. The board directed Director Lineback to prepare information for the board on
    organizational use of FACE BOOK and TWITTER.
   Adjourn: Chief Shocky moved to adjourn and that the next meeting of the board to be in September and said date
    would be determined by the President. The motion was seconded by Chief Ladd and carried on a voice vote.

                                                 END OF REPORT
                  MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
                            MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION
                                JULY, AUGUST, & SEPTEMBER
                                   2009 – NEW MEMBERS

Chief Anthony Consiglio             Active       Sponsor/No Sponsor
Ashland Police Department

Chief Richard Fairman               Active       Sponsor/Chief Earl Heitzenroeder
Vinita Park Police Department

Chief Robert Jenne                  Active       Sponsor/ Chief Dennis Cupp
Louisiana Police Department

Supervisor David Nokes              Active       Sponsor/ Chief Lynn Rowe
Springfield/Branson Airport PD

Chief Susan Rockett                 Active       Sponsor/Director Keith Wood
Mexico Dept Public Safety

Dir of Security Precious L. Mabry   Associate    Sponsor/No Sponsor
Imagine College Prep High School
St. Louis, MO

Chief Patricia D. Bible             Active       Sponsor/No Sponsor
Sturgeon Police Department

Captain John D. Boenker             2nd Active   Sponsor/Chief Joe Piccinini
Lee’s Summit Police Department

Chief Robert E. Grubb               Active       Sponsor/Chief Glenn Ladd
Appleton City Police Department

Major Michael S. Amendola           2nd Active   Sponsor/Chief Dennis Corley
St. Charles Police Department

Major David K. Richardson           2nd Active   Sponsor/Chief Tom McClain
Willard Police Department

Major Ronald C. Peer, Jr            2nd Active   Sponsor/Chief Thomas Bogue
Palmyra Police Department

Chief David Dorn                    Active       Sponsor/Chief Charles Adams
Moline Acres Police Department

Chief Donald Wickenhauser           Active       Sponsor/NO Sponsor
Bowling Green Police Department

Chief Allen W. Baldwin              Active       Sponsor/NO Sponsor
Fair Play Police Department
Lt Michael K. Akers                  2nd Active     Sponsor/Chief Dennis Corley
St. Charles Police Department

Chief Interim Kenneth Tomlinson      Active         Sponsor/NO Sponsor
Fredericktown Police Department

Director Terry Butler                Active         Sponsor/Chief Robert Ahring
Central MO State University

Chief Richard K. McDermott           Active         Sponsor/Chief Mark Maples
New Florence Police Department

Chief Larry D. Penn                  Active         Sponsor/Sheldon Lineback
LaGrange Police Department

Chief Justin K. Allen                Active         Sponsor/Chief Jarrett Bullock
Bernie Police Department

ALEO COVERAGE CLARIFICATION:

Issue under Article IV – Exclusions and Limitations.

Issue #1 of Subsection 1. Exclusions: The program will cover the MPCA members from a defensive
posture. Meaning is such actions are alledged against you, the plan will defend you. The plan will not
provide coverage in an affirmative act. In addition, the MPCA membership has unique coverage not
addressed in the hand book for acts against the members in defense of their employment due to the fact at
this time chiefs are not afforded procedural or substantive due process.

Issue #2 of Subsection 8. Benefits for participants who are department heads.
This program does not view you as a chief /department head as PORAC defines a chief or department
head based on California Standards and Missouri Chiefs do not have the same authority to hire and fire as
is the case with the definition the booklet addresses.



MPCA ELECTION LETTER (Attached next page)
                  MPCA AWARD LETERS


                  MISSOURI
          POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION
                          &
                MISSOURI
 POLICE CHIEFS’ CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

              2009 AWARDS PACKET


           CONTENTS OF THIS PACKET

 MPCA Donald “Red” Loehr
  Outstanding Police Chief Award Application

 MPCA President’s Citizen Award Application

 MPCA Mary Phelan Media Award Application

 MPCCF Scholarship Award Application

 MPCA Police Medal of Honor Award Application
Missouri Police Chiefs Association
              1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101
                Telephone 573-636-5444/ fax 573-636-6634
                    Internet Address: www.mopca.com




 DATE:              September 25, 2009
 TO:                MPCA Members
 FROM:              MPCA Awards Committee
 RE:                Chief of the Year Award


 The Missouri Police Chiefs Association is requesting recommendations for the Donald “Red” Loehr
 Outstanding Police Chief Award.

 As a MPCA member, this is one of your most important responsibilities. You are asked to recommend
 candidates from your region for the Outstanding Police Chief Award. You are not limited to the number
 nominations, but the candidate needs to be active the MPCA, they should be innovative, and serve a fair,
 balance, and insightful leader. The selected chief will be recognized at the Missouri Police Chiefs
 Association annual meeting during the awards banquet (5:30p), Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Capitol
 Plaza Hotel – Jefferson City, MO

 The enclosed application must be returned to this office no later than NOVEMBER 9, 2009 to be considered.

 We appreciate your cooperation.

 Sincerely,




 Chief Robert Orr
 MPCA President


 Enclosure: application
                                   MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION
                                              APPLICATION
                                        OUTSTANDING POLICE CHIEF AWARD

The nominee for the award MUST be nominated by a MPCA member, regional vice president, mayor, or city administrator
from where the police chief is employed.

Applicant’s Name__________________________________________ DOB_____________________

Department _____________________________________Phone ______________________________

Address____________________________________________________________________________

Position _____________________________ Date of Appointment_____________________________

Spouse’s Name ______________________________________________________________________

Nominated by _____________________________________ Position___________________________

Signature ___________________________________________________________________________

        Please complete the following categories in this order on a separate sheet(s) of paper.

        1.       Educational background
        2.       Length of service and positions held with department
        3.       Previous law enforcement experience
        4.       Organizational affiliations
        5.       Innovative programs initiated by the police chief
        6.       Any special recognition
        7.       Additional remarks
        8.       Supporting documentation, i.e., news articles, letters of appreciation, resolutions, etc.
        9.       Photograph
        10.      Contribution of effort, etc. for MPCA

        NOTE: Applications not following the guidelines of this form cannot be accepted.

        Please return this form and enclosures, NO LATER THAN November 9, 2009, To: Missouri Police Chiefs
        Association, 1001 East High St., Jefferson City, MO 65101 or by email to slineback@mopca.com
Missouri Police Chiefs Association
              1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101
                Telephone 573-636-5444/ fax 573-636-6634
                    Internet Address: www.mopca.com

DATE:              September 25, 2009
TO:                MPCA Members
FROM:              MPCA Awards Committee
RE:                2009 MPCA President’s Citizen Award


The Missouri Police Chiefs Association will be presenting a President’s Citizen Award at the MPCA
annual meeting during the awards banquet, Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Capitol Plaza Hotel – Jefferson
City, MO

The chief law enforcement officer having jurisdiction where the act occurred must nominate each
nominee for the award.

The President’s Citizen Award is awarded to a citizen who made a significant contribution to law
enforcement by either a heroic act or by assistance given without regard to personal welfare that had a
positive bearing on the outcome of an incident during the period of November 2008 through October, 2009.

As a police chief, it is hoped that you will consider making recommendations for this award. The enclosed
application must be returned to this office not later than November 9, 2009, to be considered.

We appreciate your participation.

Sincerely,




Chief Robert Orr
MPCA President



Enclosure: application
                                      MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION
                                                 APPLICATION
                                          PRESIDENT’S CITIZEN AWARD

The MPCA President’s Citizen Award may be awarded to anyone not employed as a law enforcement officer. The chief law
enforcement officer having jurisdiction where the act occurred must nominate the nominee for the award.

The MPCA President’s Citizen Award may be awarded to a citizen who made a significant contribution to law enforcement by
either a heroic act or by assistance given without regard to personal welfare that had a positive bearing on the outcome of an
incident.

Applicant’s Name_____________________________________ DOB______________________

Address________________________________________ Phone___________________________

Occupation ______________________________________________________________________

Employer _______________________________________________________________________

Nominated by ____________________________________________________________________

Chief’s Signature _________________________________________________________________

Please include the following:

        A summary of the act or service
        Copy of the Police report and/or other supporting data
        Photograph of Nominee (a must)

Please return this form and enclosures NO LATER THAN November 9, 2009, to Missouri Police Chiefs Association, 1001
East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101 or email to slineback@mopca.com
  Missouri Police Chiefs Association
                   1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101
                     Telephone 573-636-5444/ fax 573-636-6634
                         Internet Address: www.mopca.com


DATE:              September 25, 2009
TO:                MPCA Members
FROM:              MPCA Awards Committee
RE:                2009 MPCA Mary Phelan Media Award


The Missouri Police Chiefs Association will be presenting the Mary Phelan Media Award at the MPCA
annual meeting and during the awards banquet, Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Capitol Plaza Hotel –
Jefferson City, MO


The Mary Phelan Media Award may be awarded to a media professional who is employed or self-employed
in the State of Missouri from such medium as radio, television, newspapers, and other publications, and
meets the criteria listed on the enclosed application.

As a police chief, it is hoped that you will consider making recommendation for this award for someone from
your community or surrounding area. The enclosed application must be returned to this office no later than
November 9, 2009, to be considered.

We appreciate your participation.

Sincerely,




Chief Robert Orr
MPCA President



Enclosure: application
                                       MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION
                                                  APPLICATION
                                           MARY PHELAN MEDIA AWARD


The Mary Phelan Media Award may be awarded to a media professional defined as a man or woman who is employed or self-
employed in the State of Missouri from such medium as radio, television, newspapers, and other publications. And, who stands
out in their conduct and service to the public in reporting information that is both accurate and fair. Application should
demonstrate writing such as the reporting of incidents, initiatives, and issues that are related to law enforcement or public
safety.

This media candidate is by the nature of the word “Professional”, dedicated to public service on and off the job. Such candidate
holds a commitment to integrity and fairness. That in his/her service or professional conduct meets most of the specific criteria
cited below that directly or indirectly impacts upon law enforcement and/or public safety, in the State of Missouri.

Accuracy, Insight, Innovation, Donated time, Fair/balanced, Consistency, Veracity, and Integrity

This award is an uncompromised award and will not be given if candidates fail to meet the standards set by the criteria. The
Phelan family is endorsing this award only if it reflects the dignity and high professional standards that were set and possessed
by Mary Phelan.

Applicant’s Name_____________________________________ DOB______________________

Address________________________________________ Phone___________________________

Occupation ______________________________________________________________________

Media Employer __________________________________________________________________

Nominated by ____________________________________________________________________

Chief’s Signature _________________________________________________________________

Please include the following:

All nominations must be accompanied with articles, documents, and/or written testimony evidencing the
criteria requirements as listed above.

                                Applications not meeting the above criteria will not be considered.

Please return this form and enclosures NO LATER THAN November 9, 2009, To: Missouri Police Chiefs Association, 1001
East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101 or email to slineback@mopca.com
                         Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable
                                   Foundation
                                        1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101
                                          Telephone 573-636-5444/ fax 573-636-6634
                                              Internet Address: www.mopca.com



DATE:            September 25, 2009
TO:              MPCCF/MPCA Members
FROM:            MPCCF/MPCA Awards Committee
RE:              Annual Scholarship Award

The Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation will be presenting a Scholarship Award at the Missouri Police Chiefs
Charitable Foundation annual meeting during the awards banquet to be held Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Capitol Plaza
Hotel – Jefferson City, MO


The MPCCF Scholarship Award of $1,000.00 will be awarded to a student who is a dependent of an active or associate
member of the MPCCF/MPCA during the period of January 1, 2008 through        October 1, 2009.

The enclosed application must be returned to this office no later than November 9, 2009, to be considered.

We appreciate your participation.

Sincerely,




Chief Glenn Ladd
MPCCF Chairman



Enclosure: Application
                             MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
                                            APPLICATION FOR
                                         ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

The Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation Annual Scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to a student attending
college or attending vocational training and is a dependent of an Active or Associate member of the Missouri Police Chiefs
Charitable Foundation. The Scholarship will be awarded annually at the Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation annual
meeting during the awards banquet, Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Capitol Plaza Hotel – Jefferson City, MO

Nominations shall be submitted by NO LATER THAN November 9, 2008, To: Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable
Foundation, 1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101 or email to slineback@mopca.com

1.      STUDENT’S NAME __________________________________ DOB ______________
        a.    Address____________________________________________________________
        b.    Parent’s Name
              Father/Guardian____________________________________________________
                       Address: _____________________________________________________
                       Employer ____________________________________________________
                       Employer’s Address____________________________________________
                       Phone _______________________________________________________
                 Mother/Guardian
                            Address______________________________________________________
                            Employer ____________________________________________________
                            Employer’s Address ____________________________________________
2.      Major or type of vocation sought:
        __________________________________________________________________________
3.      Current Transcript (copy is sufficient) of grades to be attached.
4.      Name and address of institution student is currently attending or has applied to and a copy of letter of acceptance.
5.      Enclose head and shoulder photograph of student.
6.      List activities of student while in school and community involvement.
7.      Students to prepare an essay of 500 words or less concerning benefit of this scholarship on his/her educational pursuit
        and attach same to this application.

        _________________________________________________________________
        SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT

        NOTE: (Above guidelines must be followed to ensure qualifications)
     Missouri Police Chiefs Association
                     1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101
                       Telephone 573-636-5444/ fax 573-636-6634
                           Internet Address: www.mopca.com



DATE:              September 25, 2009
TO:                MPCA Members
FROM:              MPCA Awards Committee
RE:                MPCA Police Medal of Honor Award


The Missouri Police Chiefs Association will be presenting an MPCA Police Medal of Honor Award to a
very deserving law enforcement officer at the Missouri Police Chiefs Association annual meeting during the
awards banquet, Thursday, December 10, 2009 at Capitol Plaza Hotel – Jefferson City, MO


The chief law enforcement official having jurisdiction where the heroic act occurred must nominate the
nominee for the award. The award may be presented to a law enforcement officer who performed an act of
heroism in the face of personal injury and risk of his life or another, while showing not only courage but also
professional judgement during the period of October 1, 2008 through October 1, 2009.

As a chief, it is hoped that you will consider making recommendations for this award. The enclosed
application must be returned to this office no later than November 9, 2009, to be considered.

We appreciate your participation.

Sincerely,




Chief Robert Orr
MPCA President



Enclosure: application
                                       MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION
                                                  APPLICATION
                                                      FOR
                                                MEDAL OF HONOR

The Medal of Honor award shall be awarded to a commissioned law enforcement officer. The Chief law enforcement officer
having jurisdiction where the heroic act occurred must nominate the nominee for the Medal of Honor.

The Police Medal of Honor shall be awarded to a law enforcement officer who performed an act of heroism in the face of
personal injury or risk to life while showing not only courage but also professional action and judgement.

NAME______________________________________________ RANK _______________________

Police Department __________________________________________________________________

Address________________________________________________Phone______________________

Length of Service ___________________________________________________________________

Previous Law Enforcement Experience __________________________________________________

POLICE CHIEF’S SIGNATURE _____________________________________________________

Please include the following:
                       (ALL items listed below are a must, otherwise application will not be considered).

         A summary of the heroic act.
         Copy of the Police Report and any other supporting data.
         Resume of the officer’s background.
         Photograph of nominee (a must), if more than one nominee, separate applications shall be submitted and
         separate cover letter signed by the Chief must accompany each application.

Please return this form and enclosures to:

         Missouri Police Chiefs Association, 1001 East High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101 or by email to
slineback@mopca.com NO LATER THAN November 9, 2009.
                    TRAFFIC COMMITTEE
Docview Contract (Attached)
Docview Project Mailer (Attached)
INTEROP COMMUNICATIONS
      COMMITTEE
                       TRAINING COMMITTEE
Report of Activities as of September 20, 2009
    4121 Students trained.
    21,227 Hours of training provided.
    284 Classes offered.
    Detailed training report attached.

MPCA Training Survey provided in a separate handout.
                                  NEW BUSINESS
   MPCA Retention Policy (Attached).
   MPCA Whistle Blower Policy (Attached).
   MPCA Annual Conflict of Interest Policy (Attached).
   MPCA Political Fundraiser Notification for Political Offices Policy (Attached).
   MPCA Non-Discriminatory Policy (Attached).
   Director’s Report/Action on Executive Board Summary Report.
   New Letter/Director’s Report (See as separate handout).
   Director’s Report on BBB Compliance Project.
   IACP: MPCA and Illinois Chiefs Co-hosted reception in Denver flyer.
                        Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                 Retention/Destruction Policy

Date Adopted:           __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:          __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:          Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:         ________________________                 __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Retention/Destruction Policy
This policy specifies how important documents (hardcopy, online or other media) should be retained, protected and
eligible for destruction. The policy also ensures that documents are promptly provided to authorities in the course
of legal investigations or lawsuits.

Document Retention Schedule
The following types of documents will be retained for the following periods of time. At least one
copy of each document will be retained according to the following schedule.

Corporate Records
Article of Incorporation to apply for corporate status                           Permanent
IRS Form 1023 (in the USA) to file for tax-exempt and/or charitable status:      Permanent
Letter of Determination granting tax exempt and/or charitable status:            Permanent
By Laws                                                                          Permanent
Board policies                                                                   Permanent
Resolutions                                                                      Permanent
Board meeting minutes                                                            Permanent
Sales tax exemption documents                                                    Permanent
Tax or employee identification number designation                                Permanent
Annual corporate filings                                                         Permanent

Financial Records
Chart of Accounts                                                                Permanent
Fiscal Policies and Procedures                                                   Permanent
Audits                                                                           Permanent
Financial statements                                                             Permanent
General Ledger                                                                   Permanent
Check registers/books                                                            7 years
Business expenses documents                                                      7 years
Bank deposit slips                                                               7 years
Cancelled checks                                                                 7 years
Invoices                                                                         7 years
Investment records (deposits, earnings, withdrawals)                             7 years
Property/asset inventories                                                       7 years
Petty cash receipts/documents                                                    3 years
Credit card receipts                                                             3 years
Tax Records
Annual tax filing for the organization (IRS Form 990 in the USA)                   Permanent
Payroll registers                                                                  Permanent
Filings of fees paid to professionals (IRS Form 1099 in the USA)                   7 years
Payroll tax withholdings                                                           7 years
Earnings records                                                                   7 years
Payroll tax returns                                                                7 years
W-2 statements                                                                     7 years

Personnel Records
Employee offer letters                                                             Permanent
Confirmation of employment letters                                                 Permanent
Benefits descriptions per employee                                                 Permanent
Pension records                                                                    Permanent
Employee applications and resumes                                          7 years after termination
Promotions, demotions, letter of reprimand, termination                    7 years after termination
Job descriptions, performance goals                                        7 years after termination
Workers’ Compensation records                                                      5 years
Salary ranges per job description                                                  5 years
I-9 Forms                                                                  5 years after termination
Time reports                                                               3 years after termination

Insurance Records
Property Insurance policy                                                          Permanent
Directors and Officers Insurance policy                                            Permanent
Workers’ Compensation Insurance policy                                             Permanent
General Liability Insurance policy                                                 Permanent
Insurance claims applications                                                      Permanent
Insurance dispersements / denials                                                  Permanent

Contracts
All insurance contracts                                                            Permanent
Employee contracts                                                                 Permanent
Construction contracts                                                             Permanent
Legal correspondence                                                               Permanent
Loan / mortgage contracts                                                          Permanent
Leases / deeds                                                                     Permanent
Vendor contracts                                                                   7 years
Warranties                                                                         7 years
Training Files                                                                     6 years

Donations / Fundraising Records
Grant dispersal contract                                                           Permanent
Donor lists                                                                        7 years
Grant applications                                                                 7 years
Donor acknowledgements                                                             7 years

Management Plans and Procedures
Strategic Plans                                                                    7 years
Staffing, programs, marketing, finance, fundraising and evaluation plans           7 years
Vendor contacts                                                                    7 years
Disaster Recovery Plan                                                             7 years
Document Protection
Documents (hardcopy, online or other media) will be stored in a protected environment for the
duration of the Document Retention Schedule. Computer backup media will be included.

Document Destruction
Hardcopy of documents will be destroyed by shredding after they have been retained until the end ofthe Document
Retention Schedule. Online copies will be destroyed by fire or other proven means to destroy such media after they
have been retained until the end of the Document Retention Schedule.

Provision of Documentation for Investigations or Litigation
Documents requested and subpoenaed by legally authorized personnel will be provided within 5
business days. The Board Chair and CEO will authorize provision. No documents will be
concealed, altered or destroyed with the intent to obstruct the investigation or litigation.
                       Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                Employee Protection (Whistleblower) Policy

Date Adopted:          __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:         __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:         Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:        ________________________                __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

If any employee reasonably believes that some policy, practice, or activity of Missouri Police Chiefs
Association is in violation of law, a written complaint must be filed by that employee with the Executive
Director, to the President of the Board, or to the Chair of the Way and Means Committee.

It is the intent of the Missouri Police Chiefs Association to adhere to all laws and regulations that apply to
the organization and the underlying purpose of this policy is to support the organization’s goal of legal
compliance. The support of all employees is necessary to achieving compliance with various laws and
regulations. An employee is protected from retaliation only if the employee brings the alleged unlawful
activity, policy, or practice to the attention of the Missouri Police Chiefs Association and provides the
organization with a reasonable opportunity to investigate and correct the alleged unlawful activity. The
protection described below is only available to employees that comply with this requirement.

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association will not retaliate against an employee who in good faith, has
made a protest or raised a complaint against some practice of Missouri Police Chiefs Association, or of
another individual or entity with whom the Missouri Police Chiefs Association has a business
relationship, on the basis of a reasonable belief that the practice is in violation of law, or a clear mandate
of public policy.

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association will not retaliate against employees who disclose or threaten to
disclose to a manager or a public body, any activity, policy, or practice of Missouri Police Chiefs
Association that the employee reasonably believes is in violation of a law, or a rule, or regulation
mandated pursuant to law or is in violation of a clear mandate or public policy concerning the health,
safety, welfare, or protection of the environment.


My signature below indicates my receipt and understanding of this policy. I also verify that I have been
provided with an opportunity to ask questions about the policy.

______________________________________________________
Employee Signature Date
                       Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                Annual Conflict of Interest Policy

Date Adopted:          __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:         __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:         Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:        ________________________                __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __



Conflict of Interest Policy for Board Members, Officers, and Executives

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association is a 501 c6 not-for-profit professional trade association whose
board members, officers, and executives are chosen to serve the public purposes to which it is dedicated.
These persons have a duty to conduct the affairs of the Association in a manner consistent with such
purposes and not to advance their personal interests. This conflict of interest policy is intended to permit
the Association and its board members, officers, and executives to identify, evaluate, and address any real,
potential, or apparent conflicts of interest that might, in fact or in appearance, call into question their duty
of undivided loyalty to the Association.


1. Covered Persons
This policy applies to the Association’s board members, officers, and executives. Each Covered Person
shall be required to acknowledge, not less than annually, that he or she has read and is in compliance with
this policy on the pledge of personal commitment. This form shall be available for public consideration.

                             MISSOURI POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION

                              PLEDGE OF PERSONAL COMMITMENT

As a member of the board of directors of the Missouri Police Chiefs Association I,
__________________, am committed to the Missouri Police Chiefs Association’s goal to establish and
maintain the highest level of public confidence in its accountability. I have personally committed to
follow the standards set out below, which represent the Missouri Police Chiefs Associations conflict of
interest policies:

I will conduct my activities with the board of trustees of Missouri Police Chiefs Association so that I do
not advance or protect my own interests, or the private interests of others with whom I have a
relationship, in a way that is detrimental to the interests of, or to the fundamental mission of, the
Missouri Police Chiefs Association.
In every instance in which I represent the Missouri Police Chiefs Association, I will conduct my
activities in a manner to best promote the interests of the Missouri Police Chiefs Association.

In all matters that come before the board of trustees for a vote that may favorably impact my own
financial interests, or the private interests of others with whom I have a financial relationship, or any
organization of which I am a part, I will reveal that relationship and abstain from a vote in the matter.

When a conflict of interest arises, or when a potential conflict of interest emerges, I will promptly
disclose that conflict, or potential conflict, to the President of its board of Director and seek a
resolution of that issue.


Entered into on this the ______ day of _______, 20__.

___________________________
Member, Board of Directors
Missouri Police Chiefs Association

2. Covered Transactions
This policy applies to transactions between the Association and a Covered Person, or between the
Association and another party with which a Covered Person has a significant relationship, or between
another party and the Covered Person if the transaction could reasonably be expected to impact the
Foundation.

A Covered Person is considered to have a significant relationship with another party if:


a) the other party is a family member, including a spouse, parent, sibling, child, stepchild, grandparent,
grandchild, great-grandchild, in- law, or domestic partner;


b) the other party is an entity in which the Covered Person has a material financial interest. This includes
entities in which the Covered Person and all individuals or entities having significant relationships with
the Covered Person own, in the aggregate, more than 10 percent; or


c) the Covered Person is an officer, director, trustee, partner, or employee of the other party.

A Covered Transaction also includes any other transaction in which there may be an actual or perceived
conflict of interest, including any transaction in which the interests of a Covered Person may be seen as
competing or at odds with the interests of the Association.

3. Disclosure, Refrain from Influence, and Recusal
When a Covered Person becomes aware of a proposed Covered Transaction, he or she has a duty to take
the following actions:
a) immediately disclose the existence and circumstances of such Covered Transaction to the Association’s
board in writing;


b) refrain from using his or her personal influence to encourage the Association to enter into the Covered
Transaction;


c) physically excuse himself or herself from any discussions regarding the Covered Transaction except to
answer questions, including board discussions and decisions on the subject.

4. Standard for Approval of Covered Transactions
The Association may enter into a Covered Transaction where a) such Transaction does not constitute an
act of self dealing, and b) the board determines, acting without the participation or influence of the
Covered Person and based on comparable market data, that such transaction is fair and reasonable to the
Association. The board shall document the basis for this determination in the minutes of the meeting at
which the Covered Transaction is considered, and shall consult with the Association’s legal advisor as
necessary to ensure that the Transaction does not constitute an act of self dealing.

5. Administration of Policy
This policy shall be administered by the board, which shall be responsible for the following:
a) receiving disclosures of proposed Covered Transactions;


b) reviewing proposed Covered Transactions to determine whether they meet the above-described
standard;


c) maintaining minutes, pledge of personal commitment, and such other documentation as may be
necessary and appropriate to document its review of Covered Transactions;


e) reviewing the operation of this policy and making changes from time to time as it may deem
appropriate.
                         Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                  Seat Belt Use Policy

Date Adopted:            __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:           __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:           Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:          ________________________                   __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __


The Missouri Police Chiefs Association recognizes that seat belts are extremely effective in
preventing injuries and loss of life. We care about our employees, and want to make sure that
no one is injured or killed in a tragedy that could have been prevented by the use of seat belts.

It is the policy of the Missouri Police Chiefs Association that:

    a) All employees of Missouri Police Chiefs Association must wear seat belts when
       operating an Association owned vehicle.
    b) All occupants are to wear seat belts or, where appropriate, child restraints when riding in Association
       owned vehicles, or in a personal vehicle being used for Association business.
    c) The seat belt use policy applies to all employees and occupants of any vehicle driven by
       employees, including rentals and personal vehicles when used on official Association business.
    d) Seat belts in all Association vehicles are to be maintained so that they are clean and in good working order.


The purpose of this policy is to establish belt use as an organizational priority:

    a) The seat belt use policy applies to all employees and occupants of any vehicle driven by
       employees, including rentals and personal vehicles when used on official Association business.
    b) Managers and supervisors must demonstrate their commitment to this policy by communicating it to their
       employees, monitoring compliance, and evaluating effectiveness
    c) Seat belts in all Association vehicles are to be maintained so that they are clean and in good working order.
    d) Seat belt use is such a common, healthy practice that the need to actively enforce this policy should be rare.
    e) Managers and supervisors have an obligation to encourage and routinely monitor usage.
    f) The driver of the vehicle is responsible for enforcing seat belt use by all occupants.
                            Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                     Political Activity

Date Adopted:               __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:              __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:              Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:             ________________________                      __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __


The Missouri Police Chiefs Association is a tax exempt not-for-profit professional trade association under IRC
501(c)(6). As a nonprofit organization, the Missouri Police Chiefs Association does not:

1. endorse candidates, their organizations, or political parties;

2. oppose candidates, their organizations, or political parties;

3. financially contribute to candidate campaigns or in opposition to candidate
campaigns;

4. participate or engage in political fundraising events;

5. distribute statements for or against particular candidates;

Notwithstanding the above, this Association may, at its sole discretion, and in
accordance with federal, state and local law, do any of the following:

1. use any of its property as a polling venue;

2. conduct a nonpartisan voter registration drive;

3. host a political forum for candidates running for public office;

4. distribute nonpartisan voter education materials;

5. Perform lobbying activities in accordance with federal, state, and local law.

5. allow a candidate or elected official to address the Association if:

    a) a representative from the Association states that the Association does not
       endorse or oppose candidates for political office; and,
    b) there is no implication that the Association is endorsing the candidate
                       Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                Non Discriminatory Policy

Date Adopted:          __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:         __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:         Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:        ________________________               __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __



The Missouri Police Chiefs Association prohibits discrimination against current or prospective users and
employees on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation,
or any other legally protected characteristics.

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association is committed to the principle of equal opportunity, especially in
all aspects of employee relations, including employment, salary administration, employee development,
and promotion.
                          Missouri Police Chiefs Association
Policy:                   Organizational Performance Assessment

Date Adopted:             __ __ /__ __ / __ __ __ __

Date Reviewed:            __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

Authorized By:            Chief Robert Orr

Signature/Date:           ________________________                     __ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ __

It shall be the policy of the Missouri Police Chiefs Association that the board of directors on a bi-annual basis assess the
organization’s performance and effectiveness and of determining future actions required to achieve the mission of the Missouri
Police Chiefs Association.

				
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