The APA has a proud tradition of service to The City of Anaheim, its members, and The Anaheim Police Department.
The Anaheim Police Association (APA) was incorporated in 1967. It is the only recognized bargaining unit for the men and women serving as police officers in the City of Anaheim. With a population of over 349,000, the city is serviced and protected by 380 dedicated and highly trained police officers.
The mission of the APA is: to advance the professional, educational, economic and social welfare of its members; to improve the fraternity of its members; and, to achieve these and all other purposes and objectives through legislation, legal and other appropriate means beneficial to the collective membership. In addition, the APA is community minded and strives to participate in activities and programs that will improve the quality of life in the City of Anaheim.
508 N. ANAHEIM BLVD.
ANAHEIM, CA 92805
M-Th 9am – 4pm
WE ARE CLOSED ON WEEKENDS AND OBSERVE ALL CITY HOLIDAYS
Riders and support staff will travel from the Peace Officers' Memorial at the State Capitol to the finish line at the Anaheim Police Department in honor of the men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
All proceeds of this event will benefit the Anaheim Police Survivors' and Scholarship Fund (S&S Fund). The objectives and purposes of the fund is to: assist the immediate families of officers injured or killed in the line of duty; provide college scholarships to students entering college; and, memorialize police officers killed in the line of duty. The S&S Fund is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, Federal Tax ID #95-3493593.
The Anaheim Police Department hosted its first Blood and Bone Marrow Drive on April 12, 2018. We are happy to report that 128 people donated blood, over $12,000 dollars was raised to go back to City of Hope and 33 people joined the Be The Match bone marrow registry! Thank you to everyone who helped support this great cause and way to go Anaheim PD!