ARLEO’s Mission Statement

“Enhancing Your Future Beyond the Badge”

A Law Enforcement Officer is NEVER fully Retired. We at ARLEO, understand this to be true because that’s who we are, Retired Law Enforcement Officers. We will provide a resource for Legal Protection for those who have risked their lives every day to Protect others. We offer the Legal Support You Deserve and the ability to Monetarily Enjoy a Healthy and Fulfilling Life after a LEO puts away their Shield. We know who You are and You will Always be there to Protect…

Join as Retired I.U.P.A. Member

$60 the first year for Retiring or Retired I.U.P.A. Members with Sponsorship Program provided by Your Local and the I.U.P.A.
Please reach out to your I.U.P.A. local leader/president for more information and to see if they are participating.
*(Not all Locals are participating in the Sponsorship program; please check with your Local prior to signing up). Otherwise, the cost is $180.00 annually.

Here at ARLEO …

This program will continue to offer many (or more) association benefits that you enjoyed during your active Law Enforcement years.  Just because you’ve retired, you should not lose the incredible benefits and perks your active law enforcement associations provided during your active years.

Click on the links below to see some of the major benefits and discounts you as members of ARLEO can obtain.

A Message from the President


2702, 2024

Photos of the Week: Thank You for Your Service and Sacrifice

I.U.P.A. Local Clermont Police Officers/Sgts. Union Board Member Detective Scott Tuffts retired earlier this month. His department, his union, and his family were there for his Final Call that you can watch here and to give him [...]

2302, 2024

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day In Harris County, Texas

I.U.P.A. Local Coalition of Police, #911 members in Harris County Constable Precinct 4 received some treats from members of the community in honor of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. The department posted about how COPS brought [...]

2302, 2024

Photos of the Week: Protecting and Serving

I.U.P.A. members serve all over the United States and protect people, places, and sometimes even animals. I.U.P.A. Local Connecticut Police and Fire Union, #74 Member Connecticut State Environmental Conservation Police Officer Anthony Dota has a [...]

2901, 2024

Heroes BBQ Cook Off

I.U.P.A. Local Shreveport Police Union, #275 Members, along with other first responders in the Shreveport area, attended the Heroes BBQ Cook Off, which was sponsored by the Shreveport Business Association just in advance of National First [...]