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Remembring A Great Friend MAP mourns the loss of our good friend and mentor, Bill Troubh
Remembering The Fallen Our members in Freeport remember the fallen at ceremonies with the Freeport Flag Ladies on September 11th
MAP/Maine Law Enforcement Honored The Maine Military Museum has dedicated its learning center and function room to Maine's Finest
Maine Law Enforcment Officers Memorial Augusta, Maine
MAP in Washington MAP inducts Senator Susan Collins as an Honorary MAP Member for her unwavering support of first reponders
MAP In Augusta Governor Baldacci signs LD 1021 into law providing security for retired first responders in Maine
MAP in the Community MAP members from Auburn and Lewiston PD keeping thier communities safe at a prescription drug collection event.
MAP Honoring the Sacrifices of our Veterans MAP Members at Arlington National Cemetery supporting Wreaths Across America
MAP Honoring the Fallen Auburn members at the re-dedication of their fallen officer memorial
MAP In the Community MAP Members from York Representing Maine at Fenway Park
MAP Supporting Those Who Serve MAP Executive Director Paul Gaspar presents the Maine Troop Greeters with Laptops to help troops communicate with loved ones
MAP remembers MAP members honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice during National Police Week
MAP is proud to be a supporter of Shannon Moss’ efforts to connect supportive businesses with the men and women in Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS and Military by offering discounts and special deals through CodeGratitude and CodeGratitude.com. A service that recognizes our nation's and communities' protectors.
U.S. Steel wins Supreme Court labor fight
Mon, Jan 27 2014
By Lawrence Hurley
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to employers on Monday by ruling that a group of unionized steel workers does not have to be paid for the time they spend "donning and doffing" safety gear before and after their shifts.
In October, MAP was proud to celebrate its 40th anniversary of being Maine's Voice of Law Enforcement. What started in 1975 as a small committed group of officers wanting a better voice in their working conditions as well as a fraternal concern for other officers, has become the state's largest police association, representing over 975 police officers and dispatchers from Houlton to Eliot. In those 40 years, MAP has held to its traditions of being a “By cop, for cop” organization and representing our member units on a one on one, exclusive basis. There are few other organizations anywhere that provides the level of service and contact that MAP has been proud to maintain for the last 40 years.
Thank you to our founders and members past and present who have made MAP the organization it is today. Stay safe!