Mississippi Law Enforcement

Officer's Association

Committed to Excellence in Law Enforcement



         There is an organization called Adopt A Cop BJJ which partners with local Brazilian Jiu Jitsu schools.

          Officers can train free of charge, or be reimbursed for Jiu Jitsu training until they reach blue belt, which is about two years.

      "I started training Jiu Jitsu before the Adopt A Cop program was offered. I had to use it once and I’m a believer." - Officer M. Branning

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Our Mission

MLEOA strives to promote professionalism, enhance the image of law enforcement, provide support for the law enforcement community, support legislation for the betterment of all Mississippians, and local governments, business, industry, and all the citizens of Mississippi. 

    Our Vision

    MLEOA continues to be instrumental in its efforts to enhance law enforcement. The association is committed to providing training to officers throughout the state at minimal or no cost.  Through these efforts, we hope to promote professionalism and instill confidence in the officer to perform their duties safely with integrity, honesty, and fairness.

    Our Values

    MLEOA values integrity, fairness, commitment and accountability. Integrity is practiced by each of our members and the organizations they represent, and we are committed to the protection of the officers in our state and to our obligation to the citizens we serve.

    On June 3, 1954, one hundred and twenty-five law enforcement officers held a meeting at the Municipal Court Building in Jackson, Mississippi with the goal of improving law enforcement throughout the state.  At the time, officers were able to join the ranks with little or no training, and in many cases, officers were ill-equipped and poorly prepared to cope with the demands of the job.  Thus, those one hundred and twenty-five law enforcement officers came together to found the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers' Association to ensure that officers received the training and preparation they needed to serve and protect the public. 

       In keeping with these goals, the association was instrumental in the creation of the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy in Pearl, Mississippi, which continues to operate today under the direction of the Department of Public Safety.

    Today, with almost 1,500 members from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, the MLEOA is one of the largest law enforcement organizations in Mississippi.   

    Mississippi Law Enforcement Officer's Association

    131 North Front St

    Senatobia, MS  38668

    (662) 420-6542

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