REDLANDS POLICE OFFICER'S ASSOCIATION

Protect & Serve

Serving the Community

Committed to Protecting Those Who Protect Us

On behalf of the RPOA Board we would like to welcome you to our membership’s website! The RPOA is here is to protect the rights and benefits of our membership, provide training to our membership, and to give back to the community we serve through the RPOF.

The RPOA strives to make a positive impact for our community and our members. As law enforcement officers, we are committed to protecting the community and providing a safe environment to enhance the quality of life. As an association, we are committed to providing safe working conditions, a wellness program, and seeking competitive benefits packages for our members. The men and women of the RPOA feel honored and privileged to serve the people of Redlands, and we are thankful for the support of all those who work with us to make Redlands one of the safest and most prosperous cities in California.

If you have any questions for the RPOA Board please feel free to contact the board as a whole at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or to contact any member directly.

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