Dear Retired LEOs,
My name is Jeff Hochman and I retired as a Detective Sergeant from the New Orleans Police Department. I’m currently the Chairman of the Board of the International Association of Retired Law Enforcement Officers (IARLEO). I’m sure that many of you are asking, “Who and what is the IARLEO?”
IARLEO began as an idea shared between a few retired law enforcement officers from across the country, with the goal of improving the quality of life for our fellow retired law enforcement officers. Though many states and individual agencies have retired associations, we saw a need for a national and international organization - one that would assist those who have honorably served our communities, while also supporting local organizations.
Our vision is simple. We will ADVOCATE for all retired law enforcement officers, and will find ways to help you STRETCH YOUR RETIREMENT DOLLARS. We are currently securing financial benefits and employment opportunities for you, the retired LEO.
As retired LEOs, we have huge bargaining power! By banding together, we can negotiate with corporations for low rates, and lobby local and federal elected officials on our behalf.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Retired Law Enforcement Officers, Inc., I remain
Jeff Hochman, Chairman of the Board of Directors
International Association of Retired Law Enforcement Officers, Inc.
1615 L Street, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036