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For more than 50 years the Washington Council of Police & Sheriffs has been committed to supporting those who have dedicated their careers to protect and serve our communities as law enforcement officers by providing legislative representation, insurance products, and professional support.

The WACOPS website serves to provide members within our state’s law enforcement community with legislative, upcoming training opportunities, scholarships, insurance and legal defense information, easy interaction with other WACOPS members, and more.

The site also serves as a membership database that features the vast membership information into one, easily navigated source, as well as a community forum where discussion topics may be posted for input by other officers and members.

Is your guild interested in joining WACOPS?

For a New Member Application and a Guild Roster Information Form Click HERE 

2020 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year nominations are open, submit before March 1st!

This prestigious award honors and brings distinction to the officer, the profession, and their department. Recognize a current WACOPS member who has exhibited an exceptional and outstanding performance of duties by nominating them for the coveted WACOPS Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award. 

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Contact your legislators today!

Members of 2021-2022 Legislature Emails - by District

2021 Session

2/25/2021 Law Enforcement Coalition's Letter to Senators RE: 2SSB5051, Concerning state oversight and accountability of peace officers and corrections officers.


2019 Archive

FINAL DRAFT RULE From the CJTC on "Independent Investigations", December 9, 2019WACOPS Executive Director, Teresa Taylor responds to inquiry from the Seattle Times regarding the implementation of Initiative 1639, November 22, 2019 
TERESA TAYLOR'S TESTIMONY During the House Public Safety Work Session, November 21, 2019
The Washington Homicide Investigators Association (WHIA) sent a letter to the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (CJTC) concerning the Law Enforcement Training and Community Safety Act. Read Letter hereNovember 5, 2019

Wear The Badge

More than 11,000 men and women in Washington serve their communities as Peace Officers. If you're interested in becoming a member of the force or would like to hear stories, check out "Wear the Badge Washington." It's a program produced by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs. A career in Law Enforcement is exciting, challenging and rewarding. Click the link below to find out more.

Wear the Badge


WACOPS Official App Is Here!

Welcome to WACOPS 24/7 with our new official app, everything you love about WACOPS right at your fingertips. Don't be the last person to download our FREE official WACOPS Mobile App and keep up-to-date on how WACOPS is working for you. 

Designed for members and friends of the Washington Council of Police & Sheriffs (WACOPS) to stay connected at all times. Featuring a calendar of events, videos, contact information for board members, messaging, and important notifications.