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Jim Pasco

Executive Director

National Fraternal Order of Police

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National Fraternal Order of Police

309 Massachusetts Ave., N.E.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20002

United States

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Executive Director

FOP Gift Shop


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IGEN Networks Corp.

Advisory Board Member


the United States Army

Marshals Service Advisory Board On Judicial Security


White House

Public Liaison


Bush-Cheney.net

Transition Advisory Committee


Education

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New York Times Describes Bogus Reports

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"Back in the early 90s, criminals wanted those Rambo-type weapons they could brandish," said Jim Pasco, executive director of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Pasco, the organization's director, said he could not recall a single "inquiry from the field about the reauthorization of the ban -- and we have 330,000 members who are very vocal." "In 1994, I was the principal administration lobbyist on this ban," said Pasco, who then worked for the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Pasco of the police organization disagreed. "We knew exactly what we were doing by trying to ban guns with certain features," he said.


News Feeds Archives - Page 2125 of 2126 - Sandstorm ScholarSandstorm Scholar

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Jim Pasco, Executive Director of the Fraternal Order of Police, tells Independent Journal Review the deadly shooting only adds fuel to the fire in an already "tense" time for police:
"This is a low point in a rapidly deteriorating relationship between police and the minority community. I'm not here to argue that police are perfect. There is a significant fault on both sides." Pasco further explains the violent response to the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile completely ignores officers' constitutional rights: But what has Pasco most frustrated is the response from President Obama and the rhetoric used to "pander" to certain communities: Pasco says there needs to be "more understanding and empathy to policing" from our national leadership in 2016, but he hasn't been impressed by either of Obama's potential successors: "Neither candidate has shown an inclusiveness on policing." At the end of the day, Pasco believes this tragedy and senseless loss of life is no doubt heartbreaking, but won't affect the way police officers do their jobs: Pasco doesn't put all of the onus on the police departments or the president, though. He also points to the shift in media coverage, which he argues seems to be increasingly anti-police of late.


CornerStone Associates, LLC.

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Roberto Gonzalez | pic | Jim Pasco | Bill Pickle | James L. Ramsey | James L. "Jim" Ramsey | Kathy Ruffolo-Farnsworth | Kathy Ruffalo | Jeffery Weekly | John E. Tomlinson | Biographies
Jim Pasco Jim Pasco and Associates Jim Pasco Jim Pasco Jim Pasco & Associates Jim Pasco is a legislative and media consultant with over 28 years of experience within the federal government. In addition to being the principal partner of a consulting firm, Mr. Pasco is the Executive Director of the National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) - with over 324,000 members, it is the oldest and largest police organization in the United States. In this position, Mr. Pasco is responsible for all operations of the Washington DC office including all legislative initiatives and oversight of programs/policies that impact police officers across the country. Mr. Pasco began his federal career with the United States Customs Service in 1968. In 1970, he joined the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF). During his tenure with ATF, he ascended to the Senior Executive Service, and held a number of key managerial positions, including Chief, Procedures Branch; Chief, Strategic Planning; and Chief, Alcohol Import-Export Branch. Mr. Pasco retired from the ATF in 1995 after serving 11 years as the Assistant Director for Congressional and Media Affairs. As the principal partner in Jim Pasco and Associates, he works directly with various private and public sector clients - assisting with the development and implementation of their legislative and Executive Branch strategies. At the request of the President, he served on the Bush-Cheney Transition Advisory Committee. He has been appointed to numerous boards and committees, including a Presidential appointment to the Federal Salary Council; the United States Marshals Service Advisory Board on Judicial Security; the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and the Civilian Police International Board of Advisors. Jim Pasco served in the United States Army from 1965 to 1967.


pubsecalliance.com

"There are certainly decrees that are inartfully applied that we'd like to see revisited," said Jim Pasco, the head of the Fraternal Order of Police, the nation's largest police union with 330,000 members.
"We've always found him a man who's willing to listen to alternatives to a previously charted course," Pasco said of Sessions.


IGEN Networks Advisory Board - IGEN Networks

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James Pasco
James Pasco is the Executive Director of the National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), with over 324,000 members. FOP is the oldest and largest police organization in the United States. In this position, Mr. Pasco is responsible for all operations of the Washington, D.C. office, including all legislative initiatives and oversight of programs/policies that impact police officers across the country. Mr. Pasco is also Principal Partner of the consulting firm, Jim Pasco & Associates. He has been a legislative and media consultant with over 28 years of experience within the federal government. Jim Pasco served in the United States Army from 1965 to 1967. He began his federal career with the United States Customs Service in 1968. In 1970 he joined the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF). During his tenure with ATF, he ascended to the Senior Executive Service and held a number of key managerial positions, including Chief, Procedures Branch; Chief, Strategic Planning; and Chief, Alcohol Import-Export Branch. Mr. Pasco retired from the ATF in 1995 after serving 11 years as the Assistant Director for Congressional and Media Affairs. At the request of the President, Mr. Pasco served on the Bush-Cheney Transition Advisory Committee. He has been appointed to numerous boards and committees, including a Presidential appointment to the Federal Salary Council; the United States Marshalls Service Advisory Board on Judicial Security; the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Civilian Police International Board of Advisors.


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