Illinois State Police
COMMAND OFFICER’s association
“Promoting The Law Enforcement Profession”
The idea of a Command Officers Organization came to light in early 1976. A steering committee was formed on October 12, 1976 by interested command officers. From this meeting came ideas and recommendations that were implemented resulting in the incorporation of the “State Police Command Officers Association”. This was formed as a not-for-profit organization in February 1977.
- Promote and advance the law enforcement profession.
- To unite in common organization, those professionally engaged as Illinois State Police Command Officers.
- To promote the mutual interests of its members.
- To promote and encourage the enactment of just and reasonable laws and regulations affecting the law enforcement profession.
- To improve the conditions affecting the State Police as a professional agency
Membership is open to all current and retired Illinois State Police Officers holding the rank of Sergeant and higher.