The Montana Police Protective Association, or MPPA, was established in 1930 and continues to be run by and for Montana police officers. The founding officers of MPPA began a movement to make things better through legislative measures and collective bargaining.
We continue those efforts today. And thanks to the diligent work of many, our members—and their families—are able to benefit from the services MPPA is able to provide.
From 1930 to the present, the members of the MPPA have built one of the strongest police associations in the northwest. MPPA represents nearly 700 municipal police officers from 22 different agencies across the state and is the foremost police organization in the state of Montana.