Ryan Meyer – Board President
Ryan Meyer is the President of the Board of Directors of the American Police Officers Alliance. A lifelong activist, he has supported and championed the work of America’s police officers and feels that society needs to do a better job at doing just that in the United States.
Meyer’s goal is to remind society that law enforcement officers are human beings.
Through American Police Officers Alliance, he wants to try to get people to see everyday life from a law enforcement officer’s perspective. It would help the community relations if they could see what it takes for them to successfully complete their job duties.
Meyer has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Minnesota State University.
Daniel D. Stuebs – Treasurer
Daniel Stuebs is the Treasurer of the Board of Directors of the American Police Officers Alliance. Stuebs has assisted in the management of fundraising for state senate/legislative campaigns in Wisconsin.
American Police Officers Alliance has a great focus on educating society on who the ideal law enforcement supportive candidates are for elected offices. With Stuebs’ knowledge of politicians’ backgrounds and elections going on throughout the country, he can help the organization achieve its goals by supporting those politicians who have the same outlook.
Stuebs believes the relationship between law enforcement and the general public needs to be repaired. He often talks with his friends, who are in law enforcement, and hears how they continue to have a negative connotation in the public eye.
Stuebs is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
William Casey – Secretary
William Casey is the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the American Police Officers Alliance.
Casey was born into a military family and grew up on military bases throughout his early life, giving him a unique perspective on the value of law enforcement in the United States. This led him to get involved with American Police Officers Alliance, as he feels the anti-police messaging in the country is as dangerous as it has ever been and is compelled to make a difference in a positive way.
Casey is proud of the work American Police Officers Alliance because of the hands-on work it does as opposed to other organizations who have similar values and mission. American Police Officers Alliance was in attendance at National Police Week in Washington D.C., National Sheriffs Conference in New Orleans and International Association of Chiefs of Police in Orlando.
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