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Community Advocacy2017-08-16T16:52:35-05:00

Kids & Cops

The OPOA is proud to team up with the Omaha Police Department for another Kids & Cops event at the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha.

These inspiring children we're able to meet with members from the Uniform Patrol Bureau, Honor Guard, Mounted Patrol, Able 1, Traffic Unit, and K9 Unit.

The children received tons of items including back packs filled with coloring items, t shirts, temporary tattoos, numerous toys, stickers & bracelets, and even got to share dinner with all the different officers.

Thank you to TD Ameritrade for providing the dinner for the families and our members.

If you own or know of a business that would like to become involved in a future OPOA Kids & Cops event please contact us for further details.


Teen Summit


The Omaha Police Officer's Association was a proud Corporate Level sponsor for the 2nd Annual Omaha Teen Summit.

The Teen Summit helps high school aged students with college preparations, health awareness, and employment.

An opportunity to network and solve problems plaguing today's youth.

We were happy to support such a great event!

Serving and protecting on many levels.

Nebraska Red Dawgs

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The Omaha Police Officer's Association frequently donates to various organization within our community.
Our belief is we can serve on many different levels!
One of our more recent donations was to the Nebraska Red Dawgs.

It was our pleasure! Good luck team!

Read Omaha World Herald Article Here

Santa Cop

This is the 15th year that the Omaha Police Officers Association has planned and organized the Santa Cop event!

50 children from the Open Door Mission were taken on a Walmart shopping spree by OPOA members.

After shopping, they returned to a pizza dinner provided by the OPOA membership.


Special thanks to the following OPOA members and organizations:

  • OPOA Vice President Ofc. Tony Conner and Executive Board Member Ofc. Tony DeSciscio for organizing the event.
  • Ofc. Ryan Kilawee and his wife Aggie who provided Loreal toiletry gift bags for the kids.
  • Sasha Leach, Ashley DeSciscio, and Linda Conner for decorating the OPOA hall.
  • UNMC school of nursing for providing blankets.
  • Open Door Mission and Walmart.
  • OPD Able One Pilot Ofc. Jason Messerschmidt (OPOA member).
  • Omaha Police Department for providing the cruisers.