Convention Resolution

Resolution 62: Recognition of Service

Submitted by International union of Police Associations Referred to the Legislation and Policy Committee

WHEREAS, the men and women in law enforcement of our nation place themselves in harm’s way to protect our citizens; and

WHEREAS, law enforcement personnel work under difficult and trying circumstances; and

WHEREAS, reductions in spending at all levels WHEREAS, the I.u.P.A., AFL-CIO has faithfully improved and protected the lives of law enforcement personnel and their families for these 30 years; and

WHEREAS, the I.u.P.A., AFL-CIO has worked diligently and faithfully in support of the entire AFL-CIO membership; of government place not only their jobs and their families’ security at risk but also their very lives;                

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the AFL-CIO and expresses its gratitude for the I.u.P.A., AFL-CIO’smore than 30 years of service to its members, the WHEREAS, the International union of Police labor community and the American public. Associations, AFL-CIO petitioned for and received its AFL-CIO charter 30 years ago; and

WHEREAS, the I.U.P.A., AFL-CIO has faithfully improved and protected the lives of law enforcement personnel and their families for
these 30 years; and 

WHEREAS, the I.U.P.A., AFL-CIO has worked diligently and faithfully in support of the entire
AFL-CIO membership;

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the AFL-CIO expresses its gratitude for the I.U.P.A., AFL-CIO’s more than 30 years of service to its members, the
labor community and the American public.