To organize its members for the purpose of developing a spirit of cooperation among those who have dedicated themselves to the professionalism of law enforcement.
To furnish full representation to all of its regular members in matters regarding their wages, hours, and terms and conditions of employment, and all other matters relating to their general welfare.
To encourage the advancement of the academic, professional, and vocational training of its members as peace officers.
To oppose any organization or group which expounds or promotes any doctrine or philosophy inimical or subversive to the principles of the Constitutions of the United States, the State of California, and of this association.
To have and possess all powers, and to do all things necessary to promote and protect the individual, common, mutual and collective interest of the members of the Association and of the Association itself.