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911MEDIA Collaborates with Retired Peace Officers Association of California to Publish Journal

Burbank, California, April 2, 2009 — Since 1980, California retired peace officers and their families have depended on the Retired Peace Officers Association of California (RPOAC) to advance their professional status, honor their contributions to public safety and protect their pensions, tax benefits and medical insurance from devaluation as the state struggles with budget cuts. Now, with the upcoming launch of the quarterly Retired Peace Officers Journal, members will receive a regular record of the RPOAC’s efforts, including information on the most recent state and federal legislative actions of significance, as well as updates on RPOAC events and other items of interest.

The new publication, set to debut in spring 2009, will call upon the talents of custom publishing, marketing and design agency 911MEDIA to manage editorial, design and production and coordinate delivery. According to 911MEDIA President Mark Deitch, “By giving retired peace officers a publication of their own, the RPOAC displays a strong commitment to protecting the long-term interests of these men and women who have fulfilled extraordinary duties.” Deitch added, “Working with the RPOAC is a very special privilege for 911MEDIA.”

The publication also represents a new focus on the membership’s specific needs, putting retirees at the forefront. RPOAC President Alex Bernard cited the Retired Peace Officers Journal as one of many forthcoming expanded benefits for RPOAC members.

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911MEDIA®, a division of Trade News International, Inc., is a leading full-service custom publisher and marketing design firm with over 26 years experience in managing and producing the unique message of first responder organizations. Our clients include the Los Angeles Police Protective League, Sheriffs’ Relief Association of Los Angeles County, the Los Angeles County Police Officer’s Association, the Las Vegas Police Protective Association and the Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers Association. Additional information about 911MEDIA is available at