There's a place for you within the DuPage County Chiefs of Police Association! Don't miss this opportunity to join the group that is concerned about improving public safety, our quality of life and constantly strives for "Professional Law Enforcement Leadership in DuPage County."
The DuPage County Chiefs of Police Association has both Law Enforcement and Business categories of membership. For a complete description of your membership category, benefits as well as dues amounts, see below:
Chiefs, Commissioners, Superintendents, Directors, having actual supervision of and receiving salaries from any legally constituted state, county or municipal police department- Heads of all federal agencies having authority to enforce police regulations under the laws of the United States - Commanders of the state police districts having normal police jurisdictions within the county of DuPage. - Sheriff, state's attorney, executive officers or railroad police having systems within DuPage county, coroner, chief deputy sheriff, chief investigator for the state's attorney, executive heads and division or bureau commanding officer of such departments only when recommended for such membership by the chief of police or other commanding officer annually, circuit court clerk, supervisor of court clerks and chief magistrate of the 18th judicial circuit court - any active member who has been duly retired or pensioned. Dues are $275.00 per year.
Heads of security stores, resident agents of all federal agencies, chief deputy coroner, persons know to be a consistent advocate of law enforcement who may desire to lend their aid to the forces engaged in that pursuit, representatives of commercial companies dealing in police services or supplies. Dues are $50.00 per year and $25 per lunch.
Retirees (Less than 5 Years of membership):
Dues are $50.00 per year and $25 per lunch.
New Active Members:
You must be recommended by and obtain the signature of the chief of police or other commanding officer of your agency.
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Chief Michael Lay
Chief Roy Newton
Chief David Schar
Chief Patrick Ullrich