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Diboll police chief steps down amid allegations

Diboll PD officers are able to move on following their Chief’s resignation last night. TMPA Field Rep Leighton Guarnere has been working with these brave officers for several weeks. Despite their fear of retaliation, the officers came to TMPA for help dealing with racial remarks and unprofessional behavior by their Chief.

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No charges in police shooting of Hobbs woman

No charges will be filed against a Texas police officer who shot and killed a New Mexico woman during a car chase that started in Denver City and ended in New Mexico. Denver City police officer Ryan Taylor was represented by TMPA attorney Tray Payne and will not be charged.

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Don’t Suffer in Silence: Safe Call Now

By: Captain Barry M. Thomas Dedicating one’s life to public safety can be treacherous to the soul; dealing with cases involving child abuse, sexual molestation, fatalities, or other traumatic events can wear first responders down physically and emotionally. While some find healthy means to cope with the constant pressures of the job, others discover the […]

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Centerville City changes retirement option to “2 to 1” match

-Article from Leon County Today by Sherry Matney “The Centerville City Council held its regular meeting on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 in the Municipal Building Meeting Room. Mayor N.R. Goolsby presided and after opening ceremonies the group had a lengthy discussion with Anthony Mills of Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) about the possibility of making changes to […]

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City OKs on-call pay for police

Late last year the council approved on-call hours for the public works department. In response, the police department requested the same benefit for its officers. “I think really out of fairness, fairness of those on-call in whatever department and the sacrifice they make,” said Ray Wilkinson of the Texas Municipal Police Association about why the council should approve on-call hours.

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TMPA endorses Rep. Brandon Creighton for SD 4

The Texas Municipal Police Association, (TMPA), the state’s largest law enforcement association, today announced their endorsement of State Representative Brandon Creighton, (R-Conroe) in his bid for the Texas Senate. Lon Craft, Director of Legislative affairs for TMPA says that during Rep. Creighton’s tenure in the Texas House of Representatives he has distinguished himself as a […]

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Police union heads to arbitration with leaders

City leaders will head to arbitration with Weslaco’s largest police union after the city manager rejected a series of union grievances against the interim police chief. Many of the changes affected members of the Weslaco Municipal Police Association, a branch of the Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA), which comprises about 39 department members.

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