Representing the Best Police and Corrections Managers and Supervisors in the World
The Las Vegas Police Managers and Supervisors Association (PMSA) represents the police and correction sergeants, lieutenants, captains and police managers of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD). We are an independent union which acts as the collective bargaining unit for our members during contract negotiations with the Department and manages a variety of other projects. These projects include: representation during internal investigations, representation during a critical event, representation in use of force and tactical review boards, grievances, policy violations, coordination of health and welfare benefits, political outreach efforts and community services initiatives for the benefit of our members and their families.
The breadth of the association’s activities is wide, but above all else, we are an advocate for our members; the supervisor's who stand at the front line of the nation's most dynamic city.
The PMSA formally known as Police Captains and Lieutenants (PCL) represented only police lieutenants and captains. Eventually the police sergeants joined and a new name was formed to now be known as the PMSA. The PMSA continued to grow with the addition of the corrections supervisors. Today the group represents both police and corrections sergeants, lieutenants, and captains.
Two former sheriffs of the LVMPD, Sheriff Bill Young and Sheriff Jerry Keller, served as Chairman of the PMSA. Retired Lieutenant Joe Greenwood and Retired Sergeant Tom Plehn both have served terms as the Chairman as well.
A New Vision
Today the PMSA is led by a team that is dedicated to bringing a new vision and a new set of accomplishments to a union that has a great foundation.
The Board of Directors consists of:
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