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.
If any of the officers that were involved in the situation occurring at Planned Parenthood today are in need of assistance, please contact the CSPPA office at 719-634-0058 or the critical incident line at 719-229-9227. We are grateful for your bravery in the face of grave danger and for your commitment to the safety of our community.Read More
Following is the text of a letter submitted to The Gazette by CSPPA Board President Barry Freeman, which was published on 11/10/2015:
“Courageous actions during shooting
The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association (CSPPA) would like to commend the men and women of the Colorado Springs Police Department and the involved citizens for their courageous actions on the morning of Oct. 31. Unfortunately, three innocent victims lost their lives that morning and family and friends will be forever affected. Had it not been for the response of the citizens, CSPD call takers, CSPD and CSFD dispatchers, police officers, firefighters and medical personnel, many more lives could have been lost that day. Although theRead More
Remember to call the office at 719-634-0058 to sign up for this year’s holiday party on December 19th… and if you have little ones, let us know if we can expect to see them at their special celebration on December 2nd! December is right around the corner so give us a holiday holler soon!!Read More
Votes have been tallied and we are excited to announce results of the CSPPA’s Board of Directors’ election. Joining John Havenar (Vice President); Roberto Williamson (Secretary); James Keller (Civilian); and Sworn-at-Large members Steve Pugsley and Derek Graham on the CSPPA Board of Directors, effective January 2016, are:
Congratulations to our new and returning members!
The CSPPA Board of Directors was recently approached by several member spouses regarding the inception of their new organization, Pikes Peak Region Law Enforcement Family Support (L.E.F.S.). Designed to serve as a resource for families facing challenges unique to law enforcement careers, L.E.F.S. hopes to grow in capacity to address a wide range of issues, including educational and emotional support needs. For more information, call 719-800-1587 or email L.E.F.S. at PPRLEFS@gmail.com.
Monthly Board of Directors Meeting: Thursday, November 5, 2015 — 11:00 AM
Call to order
Donation requests: None submitted
Member DiscussionRead More