Membership in the New England Association of Chiefs of Police details are outlined in our bylaws.  To learn more about our organization, please visit our About NEACOP and What We Do pages, as well as find more information throughout our website.  You can also view our NEACOP Membership Brochure.

If you are interested in becoming a member, please fill out the membership application below or contact us with any questions you may have.

View & Print: NEACOP Membership application form
View & Print: Membership Benefits

Payment Methods: Mail in Check or you can request a link to Pay by Credit Card be sent to you


  • Ability for member department officers to attend excellent professional development courses provided by our partnership with Roger Williams University (RWU) in Bristol RI at a reduced cost.
    This savings is much greater than our dues. It includes the law enforcement, Command Training Series; First Line Supervisor, Mid-Management and Executive Level as well as the University’s undergraduate courses. The discounted rate for RWU credit courses is $750 for members.
  • John D. Coyle memorial Scholarship at Roger Williams University – School of Justice Studies; is to provide registration fee funding for the law enforcement Executive Development Course. Recipients must be nominated by their NEACOP member Chief of Police.
  • Financial Assistance; $5000.00 to the surviving spouse, or family of officers killed in the line of duty of departments whose Chief is an Active Member.
  • We support worthy charitable donations like; Special Olympics, The Jimmy Fund, and more.
  • Member Chiefs can apply for and earn New England region Community Policing Award for their agency, awarded by population size.
  • Member Chiefs can nominate worthy candidates from their ranks for Line of Duty heroic acts the Medal of Valor Award or for the Life Saving Award for the New England region.
  • A Mass email system with access to communicate with Chiefs and Police Executives from throughout New England.
  • Opportunity to participate in the NEACOP Annual Training Conference, and Annual Membership meeting and serve on committees, hold office, network and exchange ideas on current policing issues with Chiefs of Police and Police Executives from our own New England region.
  • Our website, , where we publish our current and most up-to-date information including; the Executive Director’s Bulletin, Chief Magazine, updates of coming events, training opportunities, law enforcement job prospects, membership application form, and more.

Interested? Complete and submit the online NEACOP Membership application form. Dues payment is only $100
by check or request a link to Pay by Credit Card.