Experiencing tough financial times, communities and governments across the country are finding ways to slash spending. Consequently, organizations that represent public safety interests are now finding themselves in crisis mode, suddenly seeking unprecedented support from citizens and civic leaders in order to maintain an ongoing investment in public safety and job creation. Reductions and eliminations in public safety programs are a 911 emergency of a totally new type, opening the doors to increased security and safety threats, according to Mark Deitch, president/CEO of 911MEDIA. An award-winning firm that creates custom communications for corporate and non-profit clients nationwide, 911MEDIA specializes in labor associations that represent public safety.
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.
When the more than 900 sworn police officers, fire fighters, security and staff personnel of the Los Angeles Airport Police Department need to learn about the latest issues affecting their interests as first responders, they will soon have a publication to turn to: Alert3, the forthcoming quarterly voice of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association (LAAPOA). The association, the fourth-largest law-enforcement agency in Los Angeles County, has “maintained a leadership role in organizing, empowering and representing the interests of all current and retired members” since its inception in 1984. LAAPOA will depend on the professional capabilities of custom publishing, marketing and design agency 911MEDIA to produce the new magazine and assist the association in building a future web site.
Eager to expand its custom publishing, marketing and design capabilities, 911MEDIA is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the Cayman Islands Public Service Pensions Board (PSPB) to produce the board’s bi-annual newsletter. As the managing and administrative arm of the Cayman Islands’ government-sponsored public-sector pension plans since 1992, the PSPB plays a crucial role in ensuring that retirement pension benefits are delivered in a timely fashion and are disbursed in compliance with Cayman Islands legislation and international professional standards.
Continuing its history as the communications partner for public safety groups, custom publisher and marketing and design agency 911MEDIA was recently selected by the California Fraternal Order of Police (CAFOP) to publish the California Police Journal, a new quarterly publication. Founded in 1977, the CAFOP is the California State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police, an organization of more than 325,000 active and retired sworn law enforcement officers. The CAFOP comprises 18 local lodges throughout the state and offers a host of benefits to its members, including financial remuneration for the families of officers killed in the line of duty, scholarships and grants, training assistance programs, legal assistance and other forms of support.
911MEDIA Selected as Publisher for Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers Association magazine, Star & Shield
911MEDIA, a division of Trade News International Inc., has announced the addition of Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers Association (PPOA) to its roster of emergency response clientele. The 56-year-old association has approximately 8,000 members and represents the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, District Attorney’s Office, Los Angeles County Police and Department of the Coroner.
911MEDIA attends EXPO 2007 – The 58th Biennial Fraternal Order of Police Conference in Louisville, KY
911MEDIA, a division of a leading Southern California custom publisher, will be an exhibitor at the 58th Biennial Fraternal Order of Police Conference in Louisville, KY, August 12th through 14th.
911MEDIA, a division of a leading Southern California custom publisher, will be an exhibitor at the 2007 NAPO Convention in Chicago, August 3 through 5.
The NAPO 29th Annual Convention will bring together the leaders of national law enforcement organizations. The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) is an alliance of professional police unions and associations throughout the United States. This year’s convention will be held at the Chicago Renaissance Hotel.
911MEDIA, a division of a leading Southern California custom publisher, is participating as a Silver Sponsor in the NAPO Public Safety and Pension Benefits Seminar, to be held January 21-24 at Bally’s Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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