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    TCSOA President's Letter

    Dear members of the Travis County Sheriff’s Officers Association, I’m reaching out to you today regarding the ongoing hard work that your TCSOA board members and County Commissioners have been discussing. Let me start by saying that we value you and your families. That said, TCSOA is not in favor of the rumored buyback compensation package, not at this time. We’re not totally opposed to the idea, but we are fighting for better compensation packages that will benefit you and your family right now, not years from now. A buyback compensation package will only affect a few individuals who have plans to retire in the next two to three years and not the hundreds of other hard-working employees that are left to work more mandatory hours.

    TCSOA and TCSO Brown Santa

    TCSOA (Travis County Sheriff's Officers Association) is a proud sponsor and supporter of the Travis County Sheriff’s Office Brown Santa golf tournament. Our team, led by TCSOA PAC board member Paul Cruz, along with other members, Ernest Adams, Sgt. Domingo Vasquez and Sgt.

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    TCSOA Elections 2022

      TCSOA Elections started today for instructions click here.

    TCSOA Elections 2022

    The TCSOA General Elections will be held Monday, November 7th from midnight to Saturday, November 13th at midnight. The following positions are up for election; President, Place 1, Place 2, and Place 3. If you are interested in seeking office as a TCSOA board member, you must complete the TCSOA Elections Filing Application and return it to the TCSOA Secretary no later than 11/04/22 at 5:30 pm. Afterward, members who have not filed for office may be nominated from the floor. Article IV of the Constitution is listed below for quick reference.


         Travis County Sheriff’s Officers Association

    01/01/2023. WOW, I can’t believe this day is here. In case you hadn’t heard, TCSO friends and colleagues, I was elected to become the new president of TCSOA (Travis County Sheriff's Officers Association) a few weeks ago. I just wanted to take the time to say thank you to friends and family who encouraged me take this large step in my wonderful career. I am grateful to the people who believed in me and supported me.

    I know there are new and big challenges ahead of me as president of TCSOA. I am both humbled and prepared for this honor and responsibility. I am proud to be following Lt. Christina Dail. I understand that I have some huge shoes to fill, but I’m ready to take on the task.

    Colleagues, as president of TCSOA, I want you understand that I am not a supervisor and that I’m one of you and I’m fighting for each of you. I will try to be as forthcoming and transparent as I am able to be. I look forward to hearing from you, the membership, on your ideas for change. Always know that this is your association and we, as board members, fight for you and your loved ones.

    Here I am with my two beautiful children and the joy in my life, Avery and Jacob “JJ”.

    Looking forward to good things in 2023.

    Jacob Bentura

    TCSOA President

    Charley Wilkison, Executive Director of CLEAT: “Officers should be seeking to continue to build trust in the communities where they work, not create more unnecessary distrust and division.”

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    TCSOA Board of Directors 2022
    Jacob Bentura
    Vice President
    Steve Nader
    Christina Dail
    Audrey Segura
    Place 1
    Felicia Cabral
    Place 2
    Place 3
    Anthony Fernandez
    Place 4
    Place 5
    Justine Levisee
    Political Action Chair
    Darnell Dail
    Action Center
    SOBER Ride Program
    Don't Drink and Drive

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