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Support for Adler’s Nomination to DOJ Position

The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) – the largest not for profit, non-partisan, professional organization representing over 26,000 federal agents and officers in 65 federal agencies – today released a statement on the ongoing appointment process of FLEOA Immediate Past President Jon Adler, who was nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as the director of the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance.

FLEOA Immediate Past President Jon Adler served FLEOA honorably for two terms and was a pivotal leader who moved FLEOA to its current power position of being the voice of federal law enforcement officers in our nation.

As FLEOA National President, Jon Adler advanced over twenty pieces of legislation including the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2012, the Badge of Bravery Act, the Law Enforcement Retirement Fairness Act and many others that he shepherded from inception to Presidential signature.

 National President Nathan Catura said, "Jon Adler has become synonymous with FLEOA. His leadership has made FLEOA the national policy player it is and he has always looked out for the best interests of all federal law enforcement officers – a trend that will continue with his appointment."

Read the Press Release in its entirety