About The PPOA

The Pasadena Police Officers' Association serves the City of Pasadena and its members with honor and pride. The PPOA is the recognized bargaining unit for all Police Officers and Corporals employed by the City of Pasadena. We incorporated in 1979 and are classified under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c) (5), as a non-profit, labor organization.

The goal of the PPOA is to partner with the community and provide quality police services through community interaction, emphasizing the highest degree of cooperation, professionalism and ethical behavior. This creates an atmosphere of trust, safety and security. We believe in community policing. The PPOA is active in our community and our members have volunteered many hours to various organizations throughout the City.

We have proudly served the community of Pasadena for the last 36 years. We are committed to not only the safety of our citizens and businesses, but to providing charitable contributions to those in our community who need our help the most.

Currently we are involved with the Flintridge Center, Foothill Family Services, Boys and Girls Club, NOBEL, Police Activities League, Special Olympics and Ronald McDonald House, charitable organizations. For more information about the work we do in our communities please visit our ”Charity Tab” tab. Since 1990, the PPOA has also awarded over $60,000 in college scholarship funds, as a result of our Scholarship Awards Program.

If you'd like to contribute to any of our causes please email us or send to:
Pasadena POA
PO Box 567
Pasadena, CA 91102-0567