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KCPOG Retirements

~~Are you retiring soon?

If requested by the retiring member, the King County Police Officers Guild will provide a retirement plaque. To order your plaque, complete the "Request for Retirement Gifts" form at the bottom of this page.  Please provide all of the requested information, you will receive a confirmation e-mail once your request is submitted.  The plaques take 2-4 weeks, make sure you get the order in early if you want it before any planned retirement presentations. If you have any questions, contact the Guild Office.

This is a very nice retirement memento.  If you'd like to see it up close, stop by the guild office.

                

Click on the link below to order your retirment plaque.

The Guild will also purchase a cake for a worksite retirement celebration of any Guild Member. The Covington Costco has the design on file. If you would like to order a cake please contact Dana Weigand at the Guild Office (dana@kcpog.com). Please contact Dana at least 3-4 days in advance. (Someone will need to pick up the cake from Costco on the day of the event, we don't have the ability to deliver the cake to specific worksites.)



Request for Retirement Gift
Oct 14, 2012



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King County Police Officer’s Guild Position on the office of Elected Sheriff

In 1996 the King County Police Officer’s Guild backed a measure to make the King County Sheriff elected.  From 1967-1996, the Sheriff was appointed.  What we saw was a public official who could not speak out on your behalf.  An appointed Sheriff works for the Council, not you…the voter.

King County Police Officer’s Guild position on the office of Elected Sheriff

King County Police Officer’s Guild Position on the office of Elected Sheriff In 1996 the King County Police Officer’s Guild backed a measure to make the King County Sheriff elected.  From 1967-1996, the Sheriff was appointed.  What we saw was a public official who could not speak out on your behalf.

2020 Scholarship Applications

Scholarship Applications are due in the Guild Office on May 31, 2020.

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2020 Off-Duty Rates

The Off-Duty Rates will increase on January 1, 2020. The new rates are available in the Members Resource section (you must sign in), or can be obtainted from the Guild's Off-Duty Coordinator (offduty@kcpog.com).


 
 
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