Welcome to the website of the Omaha Police Welfare and Benefit Association.  We are a benevolence group of active-duty Omaha police officers who, as an association, pool resources via monthly dues collection.  Our finances are put to work in investment vehicles providing the best available return for our membership without exposing the association to undue risk.

The chief goal of the association is to provide emergency financial aid to members on occasions of unexpected, unbudgetable expense.  Each written request for financial aid is reviewed by elected board leadership.  Most (but not all) requests are ultimately granted, and the board takes this responsibility to the membership seriously.

The association pays a maximum lump-sum retirement benefit of $3,000 for members retiring after 30 years service.  A member must have at least 15 years tenure to be eligible for any retirement benefit. 

Our hallmark event is the annual picnic.  This beloved gathering is enjoyed by all association members and their families.  You can find updates on this year's picnic and other goings-on under the News tab on the website.

If you are an association member and find yourself in need of emergency financial aid due to an unbudgetable expense, click into the Resources folder where you can download the necessary document to request association assistance.

Fraternally,

The Omaha Police Welfare and Benefit Association