Please Join the Peace Officers Memorial Foundation in honoring Teaxs' finest who have mader the ultimate sacrifice and died in the line of duty.
Sunday April 30, 2017, 7pm
Monday May 1, 2017, 11am
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For more information,please visit www.POMF.
This event has be canceled until further notice.
Starting at 0500 until 1800 on April 8th 2017 TCSOA will be at Del Valle visition to answer all your questions and to meet your reps regarding your membership perks.
FREE FOOD and DRINKs will be provided.
Come Join us.
Senior Deputy Jessica Hollis was among those honored at the Capitol. Jessica L. Hollis was a 7 year veteran of the Travis County Sheriff's Office. She gave her life trying to protect others by checking a low water crossing in the 3400 block of Fritz Hughes Park Road. She was swept away by the storm. Jessica's body was recovered from Lake Austin 36 hours after her initial call for help.
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The following article was Posted by CLEAT May 4, 2015
Posted by CLEAT May 4, 2015
The families, friends and fellow colleagues of the Texas peace officers who gave their lives in the line of duty were comforted Monday with the promise that their loved ones’ memory and dedicated will not be forgotten.
CLEAT throws support behind bill to raise survivor benefits
Posted by CLEAT March 16, 2015
State Rep. Bryan Hughes, Amanda Hurst and Charley Wilkison
CLEAT was in the Capitol on Monday show support for legislation that would double the state’s payments to survivors of law enforcement officers who die in the line of duty.
CLEAT explains need for lawmakers to fix pension disparity
Posted by CLEAT March 31, 2015
Representatives from universities and school districts across the state testified in support of HB 1821 and HB 2933.
Some may call it ‘grandstanding;’ we just call it ‘standing up’
Posted by CLEAT April 14, 2015
Melinda Smith and Charley Wilkison at the Capitol.
By John Moritz
CLEAT Public Affairs
Since CLEAT doesn’t seek or accept government grants –the politicians can’t direct our legislative agenda or force us to support anything.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office hosted a delegation of prison wardens from the Czech Republic on Tuesday.
CLEAT and TCSOA were able to attend and gave the visitors bags filled with hats, challenge coins and other CLEAT items.
Pictured left to right: Capt.
TMRS Votes to Update Mortality Tables
Posted by CLEAT October 10, 2013
By Chris Jones
On average, since 1980, life expectancy has increased, approximately 2 years for females (to age 85) and 3 years for males (to age 83). What you may not know is that longevity directly impacts the calculation of pension benefits.
Officer wounded, man killed in Meridian
Two Mississippi officers were saved by their bullet resistant vests in one week. Therese Apel
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A suspect was killed and a police officer wounded early Sunday in Meridian following a call for assistance. Read More...
Board Of Director Election
The software update is complete. The Board of Director elections will begin at 10 am. To cast your vote, log into the website, go to Member Resources / Online Voting and cast your vote. You may cast your vote through Friday at 1700. Read More...
Board Of Director Election Delayed
Due to a software upgrade, the Board of Director elections will be delayed until approximately 10 am. The upgrade will not affect the voting module but may affect the ability to access certain parts of the website therefore we will start once the upgrade is complete. Read More...
TCSOA is seeking new candidates with initiative and enthusiasm to participate in the Board of Directors election process. Being a Board member is both challenging and rewarding. You can make a difference by serving staff and the community.
If you are interested in running for office, you must file with the TCSOA Secretary no later than Nov. 6th. Read More...