POLICE ASSOCIATIONS & CHARITIES
Listing of Police Associations & Charities of Athletic, Ethnic, Fraternal and Professional Origins.
HELENIC AMERICAN POLICE ASSOCIATION – HAPA
AddressC/O St George GOC 2701 N Sheffield Ave Chicago, IL 60614home <br /> <span class="fa fa-phone"> </span>: Primary Number –home Email: Info@HAPAPolice.orgINTERNET Website: http://www.HAPAPolice.org
The Hellenic American Police Association (HAPA) is a not-for-profit, police ethnic association founded and dedicated to representing law enforcement officers of Hellenic heritage. HAPA was founded in 1993, in the City of Chicago by Elias Voulgaris of the Chicago Police Department, who saw a need for a fraternal organization, which embraced law enforcement officers of Hellenic heritage. With this as its purpose a constitution and by-laws were adopted. HAPA is chartered by the State of Illinois and recognized by the Chicago Police Department.
HAPA is comprised of active and retired law enforcement officers of Hellenic heritage. While most of our members are CHicago Police Officers, the HAPA is open to and welcomes all law enforcement officers of Hellenic heritage. We are one of only three such associations. The others are the St. Paul’s Society of the NYPD, and the Metropolitan Police Service Greek Staff Association of the Metropolitan Police Service, London, England. We maintain brotherly ties with both associations.
HISPANIC ILLINOIS STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATION – HISLEA
AddressPO BOX 470086 Chicago, IL 60647home <br /> <span class="fa fa-phone"> </span>: Primary Number – (708) 673-9030home Email: Info@hislea.orgINTERNET Website: http://www.HISLEA.org
The Hispanic Illinois State Law Enforcement Association (HISLEA) is a not-for-profit organization 501(c)(3), which has been in existence since 1987. HISLEA is dedicated to providing a statewide perspective and definitive voice on issues facing Hispanics in law enforcement. Through the use of media outlets such as television, radio and news publications, HISLEA publicly advocates policies and programs that promote the hiring, appointment, and advancement of Hispanics at all levels in the criminal justice system.