• 1st Annual Rider for 155

    1st Annual Ride For 155 Sergeant Matthew Maineri #155 Fraternal Order of Police North Central Connecticut Lodge #33 Member #324 On September 2, 2018, Sergeant Matthew Maineri of the South Windsor Police Department died from injuries sustained in an off-duty incident while trying to break up a fight. Sgt.
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    Berlin Police & The Hartford Wolfpack

    Come and Join The Berlin Police Department and the Hartford Wolfpack support Officer Aimee Krzykowski's battle with breats cancer! #KRZYSTRONG When: February 23, 2019 (puck drops at 7pm) Where: XL Center Hartford Cost: Tickets are $15.00 each.

    National Blue Blood Drive

    Connecticut Police Academy January 10th, 2019 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM 285 Preston Ave Meriden, CT 06450 Get a $5 Dunkin Gift Card BY EMAIL when you come to give blood at this drive! For an appointment, please visit redcrossblood.org Or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

    Hartfor Courant Op-Ed by FOP Lodge #33 Secretary

    I am a police officer, and I have been angry. For months, I have heard the attacks on my fellow officers. I have seen the media and the Al Sharptons take common criminals and turn them into martyrs. I have seen people who have never worn a badge or put their lives on the line comment on police procedures.

    Your Mental Health & Wellness

    For 29 years I lived a fairy tale life. I was married to my best friend and husband, Paul. We began dating when we were 17 years old and were married at age 22. We had two wonderful sons, Jared and Benjamin and a precious dog named Frosty. We had no money problems, no family issues; we didn’t smoke, drink or gamble; we laughed and loved each other; we took family vacations and enjoyed each other’s company. Life was great. Then, on March 12, 2013, my fairy tale life ended. My husband of 34 years died by suicide. Suicide; it’s a terrible ugly and taboo word, especially when it happens to an LEO. How could this happen to someone like Paul? You may also be asking why I’m sharing this personal story with the world. My sons and I are not ashamed or embarrassed by Paul’s story. It’s a story that is real and can happen to the best LEO’s. Does the life I describe sound like someone who would take their own life? It’s time to break the silence. Paul was an East Hartford Connecticut Police Officer for almost 24 years. He was a well-respected and dedicated officer. He was a friend to all. During his years of service he received a meritorious service citation, lifesaving citation, and many commendations. He was also awarded “East Hartford Police Officer of the Year” in 2008. He spent most of his career was in patrol, working midnights. He was the kind of police officer that you would want to be stopped by. He made friends with the bad guys; they often asked for him. As with all LEO’s, he saw the worst things in the world such as car accidents, drunk drivers, dead people, dead babies, murder/suicides, and even watched a teenager who was stabbed die in his arms. He also lost a fellow officer, Brain Aselton, who died in the line of duty. When Paul started his career he had perfect health. Paul suffered from some depression and anxiety but nothing that could not be helped through his family practitioner with medication. He also suffered many health ailments incurred after many years on the job – hypertension, lower back problems, sleep apnea, etc. During the fall of 2012, the job that Paul had inside the department as desk/fleet/scheduling/court officer was becoming too stressful. Paul reached out to administration by writing a letter about the position and how difficult the job was becoming as responsibilities were continually added. He asked for a change in his work schedule and said “…I am willing to work with anyone to make this position more reasonable.” He asked “If this position can’t be modified per my request I would like to be permitted to return to patrol for next year’s bid which starts on February 2, 2013.” No one responded. Without his knowledge, while away on vacation in September, his position was posted and shortly after Paul returned to midnight shift on patrol. Still, no one from administration spoke to him about the position and the stress he was feeling. During the fall of 2012, I watched as my husband struggled with depression and anxiety. Paul needed help. Without knowing where to turn or what to do, he called Employee Assistance Program and made an appointment with a psychiatrist. He was given a meditation handbook and referred to a nurse practitioner who would handle his medication. This psychiatrist knew nothing about LEO’s. Paul never went back. Paul continued to struggle. He was sleeping more, losing weight, and beginning to feel like a failure. He felt ashamed; he was supposed to be this strong police officer and yet here he was struggling. He told me “I have everything a man dreams of, why do I feel this way?” In December 2012/January 2013 he began to see a new psychiatrist and was actively taking medication. He was diagnosed with Panic Disorder/PTSD related to the job. January 2013 – While working midnight shift, Paul responded to a chaotic scene, an apartment fire where babies were being thrown from the windows and people were jumping. He was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. He told me “It was like 9/11; people and kids were everywhere screaming. I can’t do this job anymore.” February 2013 – Paul took one month off from work. There were some good days where he “looked” OK. On other days, he talked about work and how stressed he was and that he couldn’t do the job anymore and it was killing him inside. We talked about the possibility of retirement, disability, and quitting. Retirement was so close (July 2014) but yet so far away from Paul. He wouldn’t let me take him to the hospital because he was embarrassed that people may know him there and he feared he would lose his job. March 2013 – A permanent position was made inside the department for Paul and he returned to work. On March 12, 2013 Paul died by suicide at the East Hartford Police Department. Paul left two notes, one at the police department and one found at home. He said “….make my death an issue so you can get help for other people like me.” “I wish I could tell people that every time I think of work I get stressed out and anxious but if I told them I was suicidal I would be out of a job.” This is why my sons and I are on a mission. We need to help others and make changes in the way law enforcement looks at depression/anxiety/panic disorder/PTSD. The stress of the job is real and it exists. Suicide is not an act of cowardice but one of extreme stress and a measure of last resort to end the pain and suffering. One cannot “snap out of it” and the best way to stop suicide is to destroy the current culture where police officers cannot admit they are human. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it’s not there. There needs to be more training and peer support. Administration needs to understand the stressors that each officer faces. EAP didn’t work for Paul. I hope that you will help me fufill my husband’s last wish which was to make his death an issue and help others. Please take the time to view the personal video of Paul’s story. My husband, who was this kind, caring, and loving person truly bore the pain of those he protected and served. The video can be viewed on Youtube “Breaking the Silence of Police Suicide”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyVQMH-Pfws Please, also, take a few minutes to view the movie trailer on Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO01Qeg15KU It is a film that is being produced to help law enforcement officers survive the rigors of their stressful careers. It explores the darker side of law enforcement. It is powerful and real. Let’s work together to break the silence. Trish Buchanan is the widow of East Hartford, Connecticut Police Officer Paul S. Buchanan Badge Number 208 who died by suicide on March 12, 2013. She seeks to bring light to the subject of police suicide by talking about it. Trisha is an executive assistant in a Hartford Connecticut suburb and the proud mother of two sons. Her current passion is working to establish a 5-K First Responder run in Officer Buchanan’s memory. Trish’s strong faith has sustained her through this terrible time in her life. You may reach her at trishbuchanan208@yahoo.com If you, a loved one, a subordinate, or a colleague is experiencing problems like Officer Buchanan, help is available 24 hours per day at Safe Call Now 206 459 3020. Safe Call Now is not EAP. By Washington State law, information shared with Safe Call Now cannot be obtained by law enforcement agencies no matter where you call from. - See more at: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2014/03/27/preventing-police-suicide-a-police-wife-breaks-the-silence/#sthash.jPsaMitU.ElhQsZp8.dpuf


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    NEW Medicare Advantage Offering for FOP Retirees and Spouses
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    Local Heroes Night 2019
    Everett Police Officers Association
    City of El Paso proposing nearly $1 billion bond for public safety
    El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Funeral services set for Texas sheriff’s deputy, Burges grad, killed in crash on I-10
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    NEW Medicare Advantage Offering for FOP Retirees and Spouses
    07/19/19 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    Dear FOP Members, Starting in August, Medicare-eligible Retirees of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) and their spouses can enroll in an Aetna® Medicare Advantage PPO plan. Retired police officers have unique needs from years of hard work and challenging conditions.
    Family, friends remember Kendall County Deputy Carlos Ramirez
    07/17/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Deputy Carlos Ramirez was laid to rest at the Fort Bliss National Cemetery on Tuesday.  Graveside ceremony for Deputy Carlos Ramirez at Fort Bliss Cemetery The fallen deputy was an El Paso native who graduated from Burges High School. Ramirez was a U.S. Army Reserve veteran who served the Kendall County Sheriff's office for three years.
    Local Heroes Night 2019
    07/15/19 - Everett Police Officers Association
    Local Heroes Night August 23, 2019 Please come out and join us.
    City of El Paso proposing nearly $1 billion bond for public safety
    07/10/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    El Pasoans may have the chance to vote on a $900 million bond for public safety in November. City leaders said they conducted a study that found that if residents want better emergency response times, they need better and more facilities. “We need to make sure that anytime somebody is relying on a police officer to show up that we need to have the resources to (respond) .
    Funeral services set for Texas sheriff’s deputy, Burges grad, killed in crash on I-10
    07/08/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Funeral services for the 2006 Burges High School grad who was killed by a passing car while conducting a traffic stop early last week have been announced. Deputy Carlos (Smiley) Ramirez, 32, had just celebrated his birthday the day before he was tragically killed while on duty July 2. Ramirez was conducting a traffic stop when a vehicle struck and killed him along I-10 near Boerne, Texas.
    Annual EPMPOA Picnic at Wet-N-Wild
    07/08/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association will host the Annual Member Picnic at Wet-N-Wild Waterworld on Saturday July 27, 2018, from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.   Aside from the usual fun on rides in the water... • There will be free beer and sodas, plus some grills will be available for free (while supplies last) • The park will open at 1000 hrs.
    EPMPOA Sponsored "Wing Drive" for Ofc. Patrick "Fish" Martinez
    07/07/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association is sponsoring a "Wing Drive" lunch to benefit Region III (PHRCC) Officer Patrick "Fish" Martinez #2421 and his family.  This event is to raise money to assist them with medical expenses and other unplanned expenses, causing a financial hardship.
    Sheriff’s Deputy killed in Central Texas crash was 2006 Burges grad
    07/03/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputy killed when he was struck by a passing vehicle on I-10 near Boerne, Texas Tuesday was a 2006 Burges High School grad, according to a local law enforcement source. Deputy Carlos Ramirez was outside of his unit on I-10 responding to a traffic stop when he was struck and killed.
    EPPD officer improves after being struck by vehicle while escorting funeral procession
    07/02/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Police Department posted a photo on Facebook of Officer Daniel Rodriguez standing up and using a walker in the hospital. Rodriguez was driving a motorcycle while escorting a funeral procession when he was struck by a driver trying to cut through the procession on May 23.
    Officer Claudia Cormier
    06/28/19 - San Marcos Police Officers' Association
    Funeral Services for Retired Sergeant Jesus A. Ayala
    06/19/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Sergeant Jesus A. Ayala #399, who passed away on June 15, 2019 at the age of 67.  (Ret.) Sergeant Ayala served with the El Paso Police Department for 25+ years, from May 1974 until his retirement in July of 1999.   Funeral Services for (Ret.) Sergeant Jesus A.
    New police Collective Bargaining Agreement with city of El Paso is fair: Ron Martin
    06/17/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The Fire and Police Relations Act was approved by the Texas Legislature over four decades ago, and police and fire associations across major Texas cities have exercised their right to organize and to bargain collectively with their public employers regarding salaries and other concerns, such as the growing cost of living, job training, promotions, vacation days and family insurance expenses.
    Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill into law to help Texas police officers pay back student loans
    06/14/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Police departments across the state of Texas will now be able to offer recruits student loan repayment assistance. This comes after Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill into law this week. Senate Bill 16 allows police departments across Texas to give officers a maximum of $20,000 in state money to pay off their student loans.
    Second Annual "Top Golf" Fundraising Scholarship Tournament
    06/13/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association is hosting its Second Annual Top Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 23, 2019, from 12 Noon to 3:00 PM.  This family friendly tournament is a fundraiser to benefit the EPMPOA's Ben Ayala Scholarship Fund.  Top Golf is located at 365 Vin Rambla Drive.
    Public Safety Endorses Garrett O'Brien for Mayor
    06/11/19 - Bellingham Police Guild
    The Bellingham Police Guild and The Bellingham/Whatcom Co. Firefighters, IAFF Local 106 are proud to jointly endorse Garrett O'Brien for City of Bellingham Mayor.   Mayor O'Brien will truly prioritize public safety for working families while meeting the challenges of our rapidly growing and diverse community.
    Police, funeral community to discuss permanently banning police escorts for processions
    06/07/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The banning of police escorts for funeral processions in El Paso could become permanent.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Asa B. Tatum Jr.
    06/06/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Asa B. Tatum Jr., #394, who passed away on May 31, 2019 at the age of 81.  (Ret.) Detective Tatum served with the El Paso Police Department for 13+ years, from December 1968 until May 1982.   Prior to joining the El Paso Police Department, Mr.
    Officer struck by vehicle while escorting funeral procession improving
    06/05/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Police Department posted a photo of Officer Daniel Rodriguez sitting up in the hospital with his family and friends. Rodriguez was driving a motorcycle while escorting a funeral procession when he was struck by a driver trying to cut through the procession on Thursday, May 23. Police said in their Facebook post that Rodriguez is still in the ICU, but his condition is improving.
    EPMPOA Sponsored "Wing Drive" for Officer Daniel Rodriguez
    05/28/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association is sponsoring a "Wing Drive" lunch to benefit Region V (WSRCC) motor Officer Daniel Rodriguez #2587 and his family.  This event is to raise money to assist them with unplanned medical expenses.
    Motor Officer Critically Injured
    05/24/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    An El Paso Police Department officer was critically injured on Thursday morning, May 23, 2019, after he was hit and run over by a driver who cut through a funeral procession the officer was escorting.
    Training: “TRAUMAS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT”
    05/23/19 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    Each year, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) provides free training to America’s law enforcement agencies on how to appropriately respond to officers and their families affected by line-of-duty deaths at each Traumas of Law Enforcement training. Instructors will present information and provide resources that are crucial to America’s law enforcement.
    NHPA Convention 2019
    05/21/19 - New Hampshire Police Association
    Come join the Board I’d Directors at the annual meeting and Convention at Cisco Brewery (formally Red Hook) in Portsmouth, NH on June 21st, 4-9 pm. Hospitality suite to follow at the Residence Inn Portsmouth for all attendees. Sign up now to secure a spot! https://www.eventbrite.
    EPPD, Emergence’s Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) works to address crucial gap in Police response
    05/20/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The City of El Paso Police Department, in collaboration with Emergence Health Network and the County of El Paso, took a big step forward recetly in efforts to improve the behavioral health system of care. The department launched its Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) to serve El Paso residents experiencing a mental health crisis.
    38th National Peace Officers' Memorial Service
    05/15/19 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    This morning President Donald J Trump was the keynote speaker at the 38th National Peace Officers' Memorial Service. President Trump said he stands with law enforcement during the Annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service on Capitol Hill, an event to honor law enforcement officers who have died on the line of duty. "Today we renew our solemn oath that we will never forget," Mr. Trump said before sharing a handful of stories of law enforcement officers.
    6th Annual Fallen Officers Memorial Run
    05/13/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The 6th Annual EPMPOA Fallen Officers Memorial Run will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2019, starting at 8:00 AM.  This year's race will start and end at Marco's Pizza, 7460 Cimarron Market, on the far westside of El Paso.     Proceeds from the event go to benefit the refurbishing of the Fallen Officers Police Memorial at Charles "Chuck" Heinrich Park.
    2nd suspect charged in death of Texas sheriff's deputy
    05/13/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    2nd Suspect Charged In Death Of Texas Sheriff's Deputy Authorities say the girlfriend of a man charged in the fatal shooting of a Texas sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop has also been charged in the officer's death.
    El Paso cyclists lace up in support of fallen officers
    05/13/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Nearly three dozen local cyclists laced up Saturday morning in support of our community's fallen law enforcement officers. EP Fitness hosted the inaugural "Thin Blue Line Ride" indoor cycling event at its Lee Trevino location. The charity ride raised money and awareness for the Chuck Heinrich Memorial Park and the officers it honors.
    Funeral Services for Retired Officer James H. Johnson
    05/12/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Officer James H. Johnson #419, who passed away on May 4, 2019 at the age of 73.  (Ret.) Officer Johnson served with the El Paso Police Department for 19+ years, from May 1974 until he was medically retired in October 1993.  Prior to joining the EPPD, (Ret.
    NHCOP Public Safety Trade Show
    05/10/19 - New Hampshire Police Association
    The NH Chiefs of Police 9th Annual Public Safety Trade show will be held June 6th in Manchester. Please see the attached information for details and how to sign up.
    NAPSO Joins State Legislators in Mourning Loss of Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson
    05/08/19 - NAPSO / CWA Local 9110
    NAPSO joins our statewide legislators and the public in mouring the sudden loss of Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson (District 17, Clark Co.).
    FBI Releases LEOKA Statistics For 2018
    05/08/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The FBI has released the latest statistics on fallen officers who were killed in the line of duty in 2018.  According to the report, 106 officers were killed last year.  Of the 106 deaths, 55 were felonious acts and 51 were accidents.
    1st Annual Rider for 155
    05/08/19 - Connecticut State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police
    1st Annual Ride For 155 Sergeant Matthew Maineri #155 Fraternal Order of Police North Central Connecticut Lodge #33 Member #324 On September 2, 2018, Sergeant Matthew Maineri of the South Windsor Police Department died from injuries sustained in an off-duty incident while trying to break up a fight. Sgt.
    TxDOT kicks off Click It or Ticket Campaign, to raise awareness about seat-belt safety
    05/07/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The Texas Department of Transportation is launching their annual Click It or Ticket Campaign on Wednesday, May 8, to reduce the number of drivers and passengers who are killed or seriously injured because they’re not buckled up. According to TxDOT, wearing a seat belt reduces the risk of dying in a crash by 45% in a passenger vehicle, and up to 60% in a pickup truck.
    Fallen Law Enforcement Officers to be Honored During 31st Annual Candlelight Vigil on May 13 in Washington, DC
    05/02/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The names of 371 U.S. law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty will be formally dedicated on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial during the 31st Annual Candlelight Vigil held on the National Mall between 7th and 12th streets in Washington, DC, at 8:00 pm on Monday, May 13, 2019. U.S.
    Borderland club helps families of fallen first responders
    05/01/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The death of a police officer or firefighter is the biggest fear the families of first responders face. The combination of shock, grief, disbelief and anger is overwhelming, especially in the hours following the tragedy. That is when The Borderland 100 Club steps in immediately to help. The club's president is former El Paso police Officer Amanda Walsmith.
    Special tribute in honor of fallen officer David Ortiz
    05/01/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    It's been three years since Officer David Ortiz was killed in the line of duty, but the community will continue to remember his legacy with what is left. While losing her son, and never forgetting, Herlinda Ortiz in tears on Tuesday as she remembered the life of her son David Ortiz.
    EPMPOA Sponsored "Wing Drive" in Memory of Dispatcher Margie Garcia
    05/01/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association is sponsoring a "Wing Drive" lunch to benefit the family of Dispatcher Margarita "Margie" T. Garcia.  This event is to raise money to assist with expenses related to the tragic deaths of Margie, her son "Richie" and her Granddaughter Kamila in a recent traffic collision.  May they forever rest in peace.
    Longmont FOP Lodge 6 - 2019 National Police Week Benefit Event
    04/24/19 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    Come celebrate Longmont FOP Lodge 6 and National Police Week on May 16th from 4-8pm at Wibby Brewing in Longmont. Participants will receive a Commemorative Pint Glass, all you can eat BBQ from Georgia Boy's and unlimited pours of 3 select beers (Light Shine - Helles, Light -Shine Raddler & Volksbier).
    Limited Edition Jack Daniels Single Barrel FOP Commemorative Tennessee Whiskey Bottle
    04/24/19 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    Due to selling out in hours on the last barrel, we emergency ordered another, FINAL, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey Single Barrel! To get yours: ? Download Wyatt’s Wet Goods App, available for iPhone through the App Store and Android at Google Play. ? In the top right corner of the app search, “Jack Daniels Single Barrel FOP” ? ORDER AWAY.
    NAPSO names new Civil Rights & Equity Representative
    04/23/19 - NAPSO / CWA Local 9110
    NAPSO named a new representative to the CWA National Civil Rights & Equity committee.  Sgt. Ken Youngblood of the Henderson Police Department has been named to replace Lt. Kirk Moore of HPD, who resigned his position due to the press of other responsibilitues in his department.
    Deputies cleared to Return to Duty
    04/19/19 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
    Two more deputies have been cleared to return to duty after their charges have been dropped due to insufficient evidence or false allegations.  Welcome back deputies!!!  DSABC supports its membership and strongly believes they are innocent until proven guilty. We know the men and women of BCSO have been, are, and will continue to be a Super Bowl team.
    Emergency Responder Trauma Retreat
    04/18/19 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    Emergency Responder Trauma Retreat Sunday May 19 – Saturday May 25, 2019 Black Forest Retreat Center, Colorado Springs The ERTR is available for eight (8) Colorado Emergency Responders. The ERTR is a clinically based retreat that is experiential and trauma focused involving Trauma Informed clinicians, peers and chaplain.
    School shootings' effects on police officers understudied
    04/17/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — The first SWAT team members to see the horror in the Columbine High School library had to step around bodies and ignore a wounded student's plea for help as they searched for shooters they didn't know had already died by their own hands.
    Funeral Services for PD Dispatcher, Son and Granddaughter
    04/16/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association extends its deepest condolences to the famiy, colleagues and friends of Police Dispatcher Margarita "Margie" Tamayo Garcia #C880.
    371 fallen officers to be honored during 31st Annual Candlelight Vigil
    04/15/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Hundreds of fallen officers will be honored during the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s 31st Annual Candlelight Vigil in May. The names of 371 officers in U.S. law enforcement will be formally dedicated on May 13 at the National Mall.
    EPPD Accepting Applications for 127th Police Academy Class
    04/12/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The City of El Paso is taking applications for Police Trainee.  If you would like to apply to become one of "El Paso's Finest," the job description is on-line at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/elpaso.  To apply on-line go to http://www.joineppd.com/. This application is for the El Paso Police Department Academy, currently scheduled to begin on Jan 20, 2020.
    Victims of violent crimes honored in annual Crime Victims' Reading of the Names Ceremony
    04/08/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    El Pasoans joined by members of law enforcement spent an emotional Sunday morning remembering loved ones in the community who lost their lives. The week of April 7th through the 13th is National Crime Victims' Rights Week in the United States.
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