Michigan State Police
Command Officers Association
  • February 18, 2020
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      that could impact any active or
    retired members of the association
    and ALL MSP retirees.
    • What's New at MSPCOA
      In September 2019, Lt. Rich Martin, EMHSD 3rd District Coordinator, was diagnosed with brain cancer and began radiation and chemotherapy. Rich continues to have chemotherapy treatments at the University of Michigan and his doctors are happy with how he has responded to treatments so far. Rich is a military veteran and has been with MSP for 23 years. Read More...
      Download: FundraiserFlyer_V6-2020.pdf
      Throughout the past year, we've been discussing the possibility of combining all of our retirees into one organization to include both MSPTA and COA members. We are definitely stronger working together, collectively speaking with one unified voice. Particularly concerning ANY issues that impact ANY of our members in retirement. Read More...

      Welcome to the website of the Michigan State Police Command Officers Association. From our inception through present day, we strive to provide high value representation for all of our members. We advocate for compensation, benefits, and the overall working conditions for the command officers of the MSP. We are also active in any matters involving the retirement benefits of all MSP retirees.

      We are the only labor organization recognized by the Michigan Civil Service Commission and the Department of State Police as the representative of MSP command officers. Additionally, we stand firm with associates of the Michigan State Police Troopers Association and Michigan Association of Police Organizations in issues that impact the working men and women in law enforcement throughout the state of Michigan.

      If you are a MSP command officer and not currently a member, I would encourage you to consider joining our association. If you would like additional information or have questions regarding membership, please contact your division or district representative, any of our officers, or send your inquiry to the MSPCOA email address provided in contact information.

      Paul Pummill 

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