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TMPA is a proud supporter of local events that support our members, their families, and their communities. TMPA field representatives, board members, and executive staff constantly attend events throughout the state to support our members. The proceeds of these events and fundraisers go to many worthy causes. We hope that you consider attending events in your area.

Event Date Location Additional Information
Katy FD vs. Katy PD Softball Game June 29, 2019 Katy Flyer
Student Safety & School Security Conference July 8, 2019 White Settlement PDF
Free Will & Estate Planning Event July 30 - 31, 2019 Conroe PDF

Want to have one of your local events listed? Email us a flyer and we will add your event ASAP.

Upcoming Trainings

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6/24/20191st Annual Texas Law Enforcement Impaired Driving SummitAustinTXLESUMMITDetails
7/9/2019Smugglers, Inc.Allen3407XDetails
7/29/2019Crisis Intervention Training - 40 HourBrenham1850X2Details
8/2/2019TMPA Annual ConferenceHouston2019CONFERDetails
8/5/2019Crisis Intervention Training - 40 HourShiner1850X1Details
8/19/2019Collision ReconstructionShermanTSTCX2Details
10/21/2019Crisis Intervention TrainingFredericksburg1850X3Details
10/21/2019Pedestrian And Bicycle Collision ReconstructionShermanTSTCX3Details

2019 TMPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE

August 2 - 5, 2019

Houston, Texas

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May 30, 2019 – The job of the press has long been to inform the public of the facts of the case — our journalists are failing at their job and failing the American people.
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May 15, 2019 – Kevin Lawrence, Executive Director of the Texas Municipal Police Association, issued a statement on the officer-involved shooting.
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May 3, 2019 – The Director of Field Services for TMPA John Sierega says this will help create standards for the police department. It would require written tests for promotions and hiring processes, without taking power from the department.
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Apr 18, 2019 – Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the Dallas Police Association and the Texas Municipal Police Association are pushing back against Creuzot’s decisions.