The CSPPA offers a plethora of benefits to members and their families. Ranging from legal coverage to social events to discounted merchandise, members will find benefits to meet their every need. Member benefits begin on the first day the member’s dues are paid (which can be...Learn More
We honor the fallen officers of the Colorado Springs Police Department. On this page you will find a picture of each officer, the date on which they passed away (End of Watch), as well as their cause of death. For more information on each officer, click on the link provided...Learn More
The Centurion Newsletter is published on a regular basis in order to bring important news to our members. It includes a letter from the President, upcoming events, comments from our members, new products for sale, and more. Please click on a PDF to view the current edition,...Learn More
In 1971 eight members of the CSPD met for the purpose of creating an organization that would equally represent all of the members of the police department and in doing so, creating an organized and unified voice. At that time the department consisted of 198 sworn officers, and...Learn More
The CSPPA speaks with one voice and moves with one purpose - to support our members.
An anonymous citizen wishes to show sincere appreciation for all that you do for our community. She is funding one gift card a month for one lucky PPA member and have asked staff to randomly draw a name once a month. The winner will be announced in the Centurion, at the PPA board meeting and on www.csppa.org. This month’s winner is: Brett McCulloch- #2173Read More
After an extensive and thorough vetting process, the CSPPA Board of Directors has hired Sherryl Dillon to serve as our new Executive Director! Sherryl comes to us with a great deal of political experience, both at the state level and the local level. She currently serves as President on the Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Board of Education and is a former board member and legislative committee member of the Colorado Association of School Boards. She anticipates completing her Master’s in PublicRead More
The CSPPA Board of Directors asked Rich Radabaugh, PPA Legal Counsel, to review the Acceptable Use Policy and advise on if Officers should sign the form. Given the work that you are required to do on a daily basis, the form seems to be very restrictive in nature. A little bit of history: this policy came from the City IT department and ALL city employees are required to sign it (the Department had nothing to do with the policy or the required signature andRead More
Monday, July 13, 2015 at the Country Club of Colorado (Cheyenne Mtn. Resort) 4 man scramble with an 8 am shotgun start. CSPPA members $110 and non-members- $140. Price includes breakfast sandwich, golf cart, lunch burrito, etc. Sign up by calling Rhonda at 634-0058.Read More
After a thorough vetting process, the CSPPA Board Committee has endorsed John Suthers for Mayor. Especially in this runoff election on May 19, it is most important that we get the votes out for John. He is the best candidate for the future of your job and this department!
PLEASE vote in this election. It really is important!Read More
Keeping you up to speed, the current PPA office space is no longer viable for our needs and our lease expires May 31. Since our last lease was negotiated, commercial property rent has nearly doubled. As our long term members may remember, parts of your dues have been going towards a building fund for many years. Due to the current economic state, purchasing a building is far more fiscally responsible than leasing, however, the Board is exploringRead More