The Vallejo POA wishes Corporal Jason Scott the very best of luck as he takes his 16 years of dedicated service to the Vallejo Police Department and uses his training and experience at the Solano County DA’s office as an investigator. Jason leaves the VPD as a veteran hostage negotiator, detective, crime scene investigator and sex registrant program coordinator. His most recent assignment was the manager of the Property and Evidence Section. Jason was also awarded the Medal of Valor and Li...
The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association is pleased to announce the award of a cash scholarship to Vallejoan, Rosemarie Louissaint. Rosie graduated from Saint Patrick Saint Vincent High School in 2021. Rosie is attending Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. She is studying English and wants to pursue a law degree. Rosie wants to use her legal education to help children of Haiti get access to education.
Each year the VPOA gives away scholarships to college bound students. Check our webs...
Deadline Soon - Submit your VPOA $500 Scholarship Request Now
Friday, 09 July 2021
The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association has a strong commitment to the youth in our community. As such, we award up to five $500 scholarships to college-bound graduating high school seniors each year.
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The deadline for the 2021 Scholarships is July 30th, 2021, so be sure and submit your application soon. Full details and application located on our website - Click Here
VPOA Assists Family of Store Owner Shot by Robbers
Saturday, 20 February 2021
Today, members of the Vallejo Police Officers’ Association and the Vallejo Firefighters Association made a financial donation to the Quidit family. The Quidit’s own and operate Dollar Plus and Party Supplies in North Vallejo. Mr. Quidit was shot numerous times during an attempted robbery at their store on February 16th. Mr. Quidit is still recovering from his injuries.
A GoFundMe has also been setup to help them with medical expenses.
Vallejo Police Officers’ Association Concerned by Exodus of Experienced Officers and Inadequate Staffing
Friday, 05 February 2021
Vallejo, CA –The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association is deeply concerned by the loss of experienced officers to other law enforcement agencies. In the last two weeks, five experienced police officers have resigned to take new positions with other law enforcement agencies. This is a great loss to the department and the city of Vallejo as the officers take with them over 50 years in combined experience. Additional experienced officers are in the process of retiring and leaving for other a...
Memorial to Slain Vallejo Police Officers Vandalized and Destroyed
Vallejo Police Officers Vow to Rebuild Monument with Community Support
Vallejo, CA.—A memorial honoring two Vallejo Police Officers killed in the line of duty protecting Vallejo citizens was destroyed by an unknown vandal or vandals, according to the Vallejo Police Officers’ Association (VPOA).
“Destroying a memorial that honors the dead is truly despicable and disgusting. It is also hateful, disgraceful and cowardl...
Vallejo Police Officers’ Association slams proposed “declaration of emergency” by the City of Vallejo, Calling it an Illegal Power Grab, “Dangerous to Citizens, Safety, and Police”
VPOA to File Legal Actions, Seek Injunctions to Enforce Statutory and Administrative Rights
Authoritarian Power Grab by City, Should Concern Everyone - City Doesn’t Need to Declare Emergency, it Just Needs to Hire More Cops as it has Promised
Vallejo, CA.—The Vallejo Police Officers’ Assoc...