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    TCSOA Elections 2022

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    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.

    POPS Scale

    Travis County Commissioners Court has approved the new POPS Scales proposed by the POPS Working Group on 09/02/2021. Attached is the new POPS Scale for TCSO positions effective 10/01/2021. Commissioners’ Court also approved the following regarding the promotion policy and the FY22 Step Increases for Peace Officers. Promotion Policy: Promotions are no longer step to step.


    @media only screen and (max-width: 730px){ .pdfview{height:500px !important} Dear TCSOA Members, It has been a pleasure to serve you during this budget session.  As you all know, this fight was an important one, because it involved compensation during a very crucial time.  I would like to first thank you all for believing in me as your President.

    A Long Awaited Goodbye

    Denied for 15 months by COVID, community bids goodbye to Travis deputy (statesman.

    What We Do
    Local DEMO has been fighting for working-class families for more than 70 years. We stand up for our members in the legislative, political, and social landscapes.
    Who We Are
    The mission of the Travis County Sheriff's Officers Association is to protect and enhance the benefits and rights of our members by encouraging professionalism, which ultimately benefit the community which we serve.
    Who We Represent
    We represent the fine men and woman who serve the great people of Travis County.

         Travis County Sheriff’s Officers Association

    It has come to our attention that a member of the TCSOA posted offensive material on a personal social media page. Whether intended in seriousness or jest, hateful, inflammatory language is never ok. As the first African-American female President of the Travis County Sheriffs Officers’ Association, I speak on behalf of a large group of dedicated public servants who are sensitive and mindful of the power of language. We care deeply about keeping lines of communication open with all citizens of Travis County. TCSOA and its members are against violence in any form, whether it be against an officer or a resident in the community. We are committed to holding ourselves accountable when a wrong has been done and are dealing with this matter appropriately.

    Christina Dail
    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
    Christina Dail
    Vice President
    Steve Nader
    Audrey Segura
    Place 1
    Felicia Cabral
    Place 2
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    Anthony Fernandez
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    Place 5
    Justine Levisee
    Political Action Chair
    Darnell Dail
    Action Center
    SOBER Ride Program
    Don't Drink and Drive

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