The Voice of Texas Law Enforcement

TMPA is the Voice of Texas Law Enforcement — focused on protecting those who serve. Since 1950, we have been defending the rights and interests of Texas Peace Officers by providing the best legal assistance in the country, effective lobbying at state and local levels, affordable training, and exemplary member support. As the largest law enforcement association in Texas, TMPA is proud to represent 30,000 local, county and state law enforcement officers. We welcome you to learn more about our organization today!

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2021 TMPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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The 2021 TMPA Annual Conference will take place from July 30th to August 1st at The Westin Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas. Stay tuned for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Get your official TMPA gear here! Proceeds from your purchase will benefit TMPA Charities. Now you can look great while supporting a worthy cause.

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Our law enforcement charity programs are funded solely by your donations. Please consider donating to TMPA to support your fellow law enforcement officers.

Charities

TMPA is proud to support many charities that benefit the communities we serve. We also offer support to larger organizations with honorable missions.

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Titus County Sheriff's Office
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City of Galveston
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Upcoming Events

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Please join us in attending local law enforcement events to support our officers as well as our communities. For more information about these or other TMPA sponsored events, please contact us at 800.848.2088.

Our Member Agencies

As the largest law enforcement association in Texas, TMPA is proud to represent more than 30,000 local, county and state law enforcement officers from multiple agencies across the state.