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Rep. Norton Supports Home-to-Work Vehicles for USPP Officers

Thank You, Rep. Norton for your support of USPP Officers and safer National Parks.

Rep. Hice Visits USPPFOP

Congressman Jody Hice (R-GA), the Ranking Member of the House Government Operations Subcommittee and sponsor of the U.S. Park Police Modernization Act (H.R. 3924), went to the USPP Anacostia Operations Facility for a meeting with the USPPFOP. Congressman Hice thanked our officers for their service and expressed cautious optimism for…Read More

DC Resident gets 35 Years for PCP Trafficking- USPP Participated in the Investigation

Washington, DC- Lamont Johnson, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced to 35 years in prison on federal charges of conspiring to traffic in large quantities of Phencyclidine (PCP) and related narcotics and firearms offenses. Johnson was found guilty by a jury in February 2020, following a trial in the U.S. District Court…Read More

Retired USPP Officer Jim Leary’s Daughter Hit by Drunk Driver- Needs Some Backup

A drunk driver hit retired USPP Officer Jim Leary’s daughter Brittney, and she’s in critical condition at Inova Fairfax. Anything you can do to help would be greatly appreciated. Please, take action today -Check out the gofundme page below for additional information:

Hice: Park Police deserve full funding by government

Congressman Jody Hice expresses his commitment to enacting the U.S. Park Police Modernization Act H.R. 3924 in this article he wrote that appeared in Congressman Hice’s Weekly Newsletter and in the Walton Tribune. The USPPFOP is very grateful to Congressman Hice for his generous support.

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USPP Arrests 2 In VA for Shots Fired in DC

Watch: After shots fired in DC late this morning #395cam shows #police following a U-Haul into VA before getting it stopped & making 2 arrests nr Glebe (out of view). More here- @ARLnowDOTcom @CordellTraffic @WTOPtraffic @WTOP @RealTimeNews10 @TomJackmanWP — Dave Statter (@STATter911) April 26, 2022

“NEW” 3D Gear Post Shows How the NPS Neglects its Law Enforcement Mission

A recent U. S. Park Police (USPP) Facebook post about a training class for its “new 3d forensic scanning equipment” demonstrates some forward progress by the department. What the post doesn’t tell you is not only is this scanning equipment “new,” it is the first 3d forensic scanning system the USPP has ever purchased. This … Continue reading “NEW” 3D Gear Post Shows How the NPS Neglects its Law Enforcement Mission

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