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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.

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3rd Annual Party with the Police Concert September 12, 2020 Pearland PDF

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2020 TMPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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Jul 7, 2020 – Last week, Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall announced a new policy to release videos of police shootings and other critical incidents in which someone dies or is severely injured within three days.
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