Each member receives a subscription to the magazine. The magazine includes articles contributed by the various law enforcement agencies, personnel changes, special cases and other articles of interest. The magazine is published 2 times a year.
As many of you know or may not know we have many years used a company from Minnesota to publish our Magazine two times a year. This is funded by ads from businesses and this has kept our magazine size limited. Because of these limitations, we can’t always publish all the material we receive.
Our publisher has contracted with Ron Parker to coordinate advertising sales for the WYOMING PEACE OFFICER magazine. Ron Parker is the only person who will be calling businesses in Wyoming for our Association magazine. Ron Parker contacts all businesses by telephone and for those agree to participate, sends out an advertising confirmation receipt and Wyoming Peace Officer Association thank you letter via US mail. All billing is handled by mail and we are Not using a courier or messenger service of any kind for the magazine advertising campaign. Thank you for advertising in the WYOMING PEACE OFFICER magazine. These sales will help our Magazine and Association as a whole.
The Wyoming peace Officers Association is conducting fundraising efforts. It is done by using a Telemarketing firm based in Minneapolis, MN.They are calling residents at home and asking for donation. If asked they will tell you who they are and give you a return telephone number. They will tell you they are Not Law Enforcement. They will be calling from different states, depending on telephone rates.
The mailing address for this program is:
1740 H Dell Range Blvd PMB 456
Cheyenne, WY 82009
WPOA Media at 307-286-0936 or email@example.com
Please send articles to submit to magazine to firstname.lastname@example.org
About The Editor
[author] [author_image timthumb=’off’]https://wyomingpeaceofficers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Gabe-magazine-editor-1.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Trooper Gabe Testerman spent 2 years in the Army as a Military Policeman before joining the Wyoming Highway Patrol in 2005 at age 21. He has worked in Division O (Executive Protection Division) for 7 years and spent the last 3 years in Division A (Cheyenne). He is a CPS technician, Alive at 25 Instructor, and a council member for Law Enforcement Torch Run Special Olympics Wyoming. Gabe is excited to fill the position of Magazine Editor for the WPOA.[/author_info] [/author]