PRESIDENT - Officer KEN MCNEILL
Ken is in his fifth year as President of the PPOA. He previously served two terms as Vice-President. As President, Ken has twice led the PPOA contract negotiations team in reaching significant wage and labor improvements. He is currently assigned to the Youth and Community Services Unit as a DARE Officer. Ken graduated from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Academy in 2003. He also is a department EVOC Instructor. Ken graduated from San Jose State University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and worked as a journalist before becoming a Police Officer.
VICE-PRESIDENT - NICK ALBERT
Nicholas is currently serving in his first year on the PPOA Executive Board. Nicholas has twice served as part of the PPOA’s most recent contact negotiations team. He began his law enforcement career with the Oakland Police Department in 2007 and later joined the Pleasanton Police Department in 2011. He is currently assigned to the department’s Special Enforcement Unit and holds multiple collateral assignments including Force Options Instructor, First Aid Instructor, and is a member of the East County Tactical Team. Nicholas is a proud combat veteran of the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division and member of the both the Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion.
SECRETARY - KYLE HENRICKSEN
Kyle is serving his third term on the PPOA Executive Board as Secretary. He is currently assigned to the traffic division. Kyle joined the Pleasanton Police Department in 2009 after working for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department. Kyle says he finds John Hughes movies to be the pinnacle of American Cinema and is a terrible speller.
TREASURER - Officer JONATHAN CHIN
Jonathan is currently serving his second two-year term on the PPOA Executive Board. He is currently assigned to the Criminal Investigations Unit as a detective. Jonathan also was a part of the PPOA’s contract negotiations team. He started his law enforcement career with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office in 2006 and joined the Pleasanton Police Department in 2009.
SERGEANT AT ARMS - Officer RYAN TUJAGUE
Ryan began his law enforcement career in 2006 when he was hired by the Pleasanton Police Department. He spent four of his years working in the Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) and became one of the department’s drug experts. He currently is assigned to Patrol. Ryan looks forward to bringing the department closer together with administration and other city employees.