• Fundraiser for Terminated FOP Member

    Brothers & Sisters, On 01/11/20 at 6 p.m. a fundraiser will be held in support of Jason Trombly (a member of North Central FOP Lodge #33) and his family.  Jason was recently terminated from his position as a Sergeant with the Simsbury Police Department following an investigation.  As a result of the investigation that was conducted Jason was terminated.

    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

    Wall Street Journal OpEd: The justice nominee and the cop killer

    Wall Street Journal OpEd: The justice nominee and the cop killer 02/26/2014 In the coming weeks, the Senate will consider the nomination of Debo Adegbile to be assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's civil-rights division. There are those who object to the nominee on various grounds, and others who defend him.

    Legislative News

    Grand Lodge Fraternal Order of Police President Chuck Canterbury writes letter to Congressman Michael Thompson Chairman of the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, outlining the FOP's recommendations of critical elements foraddressing gun violence.
    Download: 2013_0213.pdf


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    Line of Duty Death - Newport News Virginia
    01/28/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
    From Brotherhood of the Fallen Boston Newport News Police Officer Katie Thynes, who was tragically killed in the line of duty after being dragged during a motor vehicle stop on January 23. 2020 will be laid to rest Saturday in Lowell Massachusetts.
    Name of El Paso County sheriff's deputy to be added at National Law Enforcement Memorial
    01/28/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A deputy killed in the line of duty will have his name displayed on the National Law Enforcement Memorial. The Texas Ford Dealers donated $25,000 to Sheriff Richard Wiles and the Sheriff’s Office Foundation to show their support of local law enforcement on Monday. Deputy Peter Herrera died in the hospital March 24, 2019, following a shooting during a traffic stop in San Elizario.
    Thinking of Promoting?
    01/23/20 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    The Henderson Police Officers Association (located in the Las Vegas valley) will be hosting Assessment Centers for Public Safety taught by Rick Michelson with the KSA Group.  Dates are Saturday March 14 & Sunday March 15 and the cost is $395.  Please see flyer for more details.
    10th Annual "Jail Break" Half Marathon & 5K Runs
    01/22/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    All EPMPOA members are invited to participate in the 10th Annual "Jail Break" Half Marathon and 5K Runs that will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at Lee College in Baytown, Texas (outside of Houston).  The "Jail Break Run" is brought to you annually by the police charity - Project Blue.  The half-marathon was designed by runners for runners.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Francisco Loya
    01/22/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Francisco Loya #239, who passed away on January 19, 2020 at the age of 72.  (Ret.) Detective Loya served with the El Paso Police Department for 20+ years, from May 1970 until his retirement on December 30, 1990.    Funeral Services for (Ret.) Detective Francisco M.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Robert A. Pell
    01/20/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Robert A. Pell #232, who passed away on January 2, 2020 at the age of 72.  (Ret.) Detective Pell served with the El Paso Police Department for almost 28 years, from December 1969 until his retirement on September 26, 1997.  Prior to joining the El Paso Police Department, Mr.
    IRISH ANGEL COMING TO BOSTON
    01/17/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
    Irish Angel is coming to Boston on March 27, 2020.  Irish Angel is a support network for Law Enforcement, Firefighters, EMS, and Military personnel.  Irish Angel provides education, awareness, and resources about PTSD.  Through partnerships, Irish Angel, offers opportunities to inform, heal, and promote a healthy lifestyle for first responders.
    Fallen Border Patrol K-9 agent honored by local, state, federal dignitaries
    01/16/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The U.S. Border Patrol and other agencies gathered at the Abundant Living Faith Center Wednesday morning to say their final goodbyes to one of their own. A K-9, Bulder, was killed in the line of duty last month. The Border Patrol, CBP, El Paso police, El Paso Mayor Dee Margo and many other agencies came to pay their respects to Bulder Wednesday morning.
    EPPD and the Texas Department of Public Safety now accepting applications for Citizen's Academy
    01/16/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Police Department and the Texas Department of Public Safety are now accepting applications for the law enforcement citizens academy. The program is free and open to anyone 18-years of age and up, and the applications will be open until Jan.17. According to a release, the academy will begin on Feb. 4, and classes will meet from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays, and 9 p.m. to 12 p.m.
    EPPD Promotions Ceremony
    01/13/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association encourages all members to attend the El Paso Police Department's Promotion Ceremony at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.  The ceremony will take place at the El Paso Regional Communications Center located at 6055 Threadgill Ave.
    EPPD: Car running red light crashes into unmarked Police vehicle in east El Paso
    01/01/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Special Traffic Investigators were called to investigate a crash that involved an unmarked police vehicle New Years Eve morning. The crash happened Tuesday morning at 10:35 a.m. near the intersection of Gateway East and Lomaland. According to police reports, Rene Diaz, 50, was driving northbound on Lomaland heading towards Gateway East when he failed to stop at a red light.
    Fundraiser for Terminated FOP Member
    12/23/19 - Connecticut State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police
    Brothers & Sisters, On 01/11/20 at 6 p.m. a fundraiser will be held in support of Jason Trombly (a member of North Central FOP Lodge #33) and his family.  Jason was recently terminated from his position as a Sergeant with the Simsbury Police Department following an investigation.  As a result of the investigation that was conducted Jason was terminated.
    "El Paso Cops Helping Kids" Christmas Shopping Event
    12/16/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    "El Paso Cops Helping Kids" along with the EPMPOA will host a Christmas shopping event at 9:00 AM on Saturday, December 21, 2019.  The event will be held at the Wal-Mart located at 4530 Woodrow Bean Transmountain Rd. in northeast El Paso.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Hugo Clemente
    12/16/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Hugo Clemente #290, who passed away on December 11, 2019 at the age of 70.  (Ret.) Detective Clemente served with the El Paso Police Department for 27+ years, from August 1971 until his retirement on December 19, 1998.  Prior to joining the El Paso Police Department, Mr.
    "No Shave November" Fundraiser Extended Through December
    12/13/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen gave his approval for a "No Shave November Event" and was gracious enough to extend it through the month of December (to include uniformed personnel)! The criteria are listed below:
    EPMPOA Children's Christmas Party
    12/12/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association will hold its annual Children's Christmas Party on Sunday, December 15, 2019, from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM.  The event will feature great food (hamburgers, hotdogs with all the fixings, plus drinks!), arts and crafts, games, prizes and a lot of fun.
    Shop with a Cop
    12/08/19 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    Shop with a Cop 2019, our 10th anniversary was a great time for 90 children this year!  There is a video on our youtube channel so check it out!  Special thanks to all the Officers, Volunteers, and Staff who came out on their own time to make this event such a success.  In addition we couldn't do this without our partners at Target.
    MPOA donates $1,000 to Kiwanis
    12/06/19 - Manteca Police Officers Association
    The Manteca Police Officers' Association presented the Manteca Sunrise Kiwanis with a donation of $1,000 to partner with Kiwanis during this holiday season.
    Huot press release 11/27/19
    11/27/19 - Duluth Police Local #807
    El Paso Police donating old, decommissioned police cars to high schools for training
    11/21/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Some El Paso area schools will receive decommissioned police vehicles from the El Paso Police Department. The cars will be used for law enforcement training programs and will offer students a chance to gain exposure to "real-world" scenarios. El Paso City Council District 7 Rep. Henry Rivera passed the item at City Council last month.
    HPD Golden Knights Patches!
    11/18/19 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    Henderson PD Honor Guard is proud to announce our own Vegas Golden Knight patches!  The grey are limited edition so get yours now. General pricing is $10 each
    Henderson Police Supervisors partner with HPOA
    11/14/19 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    The Henderson Police Supervisors Association have partnered with the HPOA in this years Shop with a Cop.  They have donated $1000 to assist in making this 10 year anniversary the most successful!  Thank you HPSA!
    UMass Boston Police Organize Effort to Bring Gifts to 9-Year-Old El Paso Shooting Survivor
    11/14/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    On August 3, a gunman shot and killed 22 people and injured 24 others at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. When 9-year-old Eduardo’s mother Ana Vitela Najero became paralyzed with fear, he took action, grabbing his mother’s arm and explaining that they needed to get away. Lt.
    Thank you to Elixir Lounge!
    11/12/19 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    The owners of the Elixir Lounge sponsored their second annual golf tournament in October.  Their first annual tournament  last year benefited Bob Miller Middle School and raised over $2000.  This year they wanted to benefit the HPOA Charitable Foundation!  It was a great time and a good day of golf. They raised a total of $1807 and the owners, Cody and Stephanie Kaleikini graciously matched the donation for a total of $3614!  This will go a long way to help with this years Shop with a Cop, thank you Elixir Lounge!  https://elixirlounge.net/
    First Responders Appreciation Dinner
    11/07/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    El Paso Elks Lodge #187 is inviting all El Paso area First Responders to an Appreciation Dinner from 5:00 to 9:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13, 2019, at the Fire Fighters Hall, 3112 Forney Lane.
    2019 Devil Pups Sponsor
    11/06/19 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    The Henderson Police Officers’ Association has a long history of supporting the Southern Nevada Devil Pups Youth Leadership Program. This year, our 14th, we are sponsoring one southern Nevada youth to attend the encampment at Camp Pendleton, California. Youth Leadership Authority Chair, Marie Tomao was presented with the Sponsorship Check.
    Fundraising Luncheon to Benefit Ofc. Desi Wesenberg & Family
    11/06/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The Central Regional Command Center Metro Section is hosting a fundraising cookout to benefit Officer Desi Wesenberg #3086 and his family.  This event is to raise money to assist with medical and other unplanned expenses from the recent death of their four month baby daughter Harper.
    Flag Ceremony in Honor of (Ret.) Officer Ramiro Gonzalez Jr.
    11/06/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of Retired Officer Ramiro Gonzalez Jr., #657, who passed away on November 4, 2019 at the age of 66.  (Ret.) Officer Gonzalez served with the El Paso Police Department for 27+ years, from April 1978 until his retirement in December 2005.  Retired Officer Ramiro “Rami” Gonzalez Jr.
    November 5 Uniform Election - VOTE TODAY
    11/02/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Today is Election Day for the November 2019 Uniform Election. If you did not vote during the early voting period held October 21 through November 1, 2019, please make sure that you vote today! Remember, you must vote at your designated precinct. Polls are open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. We have attached a copy of the Election Day Polling Places list for download.
    WELCOME
    11/02/19 - Coeur d'Alene Police Officers Association
    WELCOME TO THE COEUR D' ALENE POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION WEB PAGE. PLEASE JOIN US ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE, AND GIVE US A LIKE.
    128th Police Academy Class Recruitment
    10/22/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The City of El Paso is accepting applications for Police Trainee.  The job description is on-line at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/elpaso.  Click on http://www.joineppd.com/ to apply on-line. This application is for the El Paso Police Department academy currently scheduled to begin in the summer of 2020.
    Traffic Fatalities and Safety Tips
    10/22/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The number of recent traffic fatalities has brought a heightened awareness of the potential dangers on the roadway.  Every death on a roadway is a preventable tragedy.  There is no single answer, but working together, we can all do our part to reduce crashes.  Traffic safety is everyone’s responsibility.
    El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association urges voters to approve Public Safety Bond
    10/19/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Imagine for a moment going to a professional domain that has leaky pipes dripping down on your personal workspace, or security systems that are failing and unreliable. Many of our local police officers operate out of aging retail centers that were repurposed for regional police command centers.
    Bellingham Police Guild Endorses Seth Fleetwood for Bellingham Mayor
    10/17/19 - Bellingham Police Guild
    The Bellingham Police Guild is pleased to offer our endorsement of Seth Fleetwood for Bellingham Mayor.
    Proposed public safety bond meeting today
    10/17/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    On Thursday, the City of El Paso will educate voters about the contents of a proposed public safety bond costing hundreds of millions of dollars. The city will make its case to El Pasoans today for a more than $400 million upgrade to the police and fire departments. The 2019 Public Safety Bond includes more than $220 million for police and $190 million for fire.
    Ex-EPPD police officer sentenced in deadly hit-and-run crash
    10/16/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A former El Paso police officer who killed a man with his vehicle on New Year's Day was sentenced. Roberto Garcia struck Eduardo Vasquez, 37, who was walking on the shoulder of Interstate 10 in Vinton, with his personal vehicle and then drove off.
    2019 EPMPOA Installation & Service Awards Banquet and Dance
    10/15/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association will hold its annual Installation and Service Awards Party and Dance on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at the Memorial Hall, 3601 Rutherglen St.  The evening will start at 6:00 PM with a social gathering featuring cocktails and finger foods.
    Rookie El Paso police officer placed on leave after shooting teen robbery suspect
    10/14/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A rookie El Paso police officer is on administrative leave after shooting and wounding a teenage robbery suspect over the weekend. The wounded 17-year-old male is hospitalized in stable condition at University Medical Center of El Paso, Sgt. Robert Gomez, a police spokesman, said Monday.
    ADDRESS CHANGE
    10/10/19 - Le-Hampton Lodge 35 FOP
    Our address has changed. The new address is as follows: Le-Hampton Lodge 35 FOP P.O. Box 3593 Allentown, PA 18106 Our Fund Drive address will remain the same.
    TxDOT El Paso urges pedestrians, drivers to be vigilant with one another
    10/10/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    As the number of fatalities involving pedestrians continue to rise across the city, TxDOT El Paso is making sure those behind the wheel and those crossing the road are aware of their surroundings at all costs. “A lot of times we get caught up in the fact that we expect the driver to see us or for us to have the right of way no matter what and that is simply not the case.
    Second trial for El Paso police officer accused of shooting, killing man in 2015 underway
    10/10/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
     The second trial for an El Paso police officer is underway in the 120th District Court. Mando Kenneth Gomez is facing one manslaughter charge for shooting and killing Erik Salas-Sanchez in 2015. Gomez was tried in February, but after a prosecutor collapsed in the courtroom, the judge declared a mistrial.
    Thousands Remember Slain Texas Deputy As ‘Ambassador Of All That Is Good'
    10/04/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    When he joined the Harris County Sheriff’s Office — and fought for the right to wear his turban and beard — Sandeep Dhaliwal became a trailblazer for Sikhs across North America. NYPD Sgt. Gurvinder Singh, president of the Sikh Officers’ Association, first got to know Dhaliwal in 2016, after hearing about his mission to wear his articles of faith on duty.
    El Paso Police are making frothy drinks and a few jokes as part of Coffee with a Cop
    10/03/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    After washing their hands, two El Paso Police officers seemed to take to their temporary jobs behind the counter at Starbucks, pouring on the charm while pouring coffee. Officer Jared Lamb, who joked that his nickname used to be Cold Brew, had fun calling out names loudly, even though customers were close by. "Ruben! Thanks a latte," Lamb quipped as a customer picked up his order.
    Nevada Law Enforcement Coalition posts candidate interview dates
    10/02/19 - NAPSO / CWA Local 9110
    The Nevada Law Enforcement Coaltion (NLEC), of which NAPSO is a founding member and leader, has established the following tentative interview dates for judicial and non-judicial candidates in 2020: Southern Nevada Judicial filing dates:  Mon., Jan. 6 - Fri., Jan. 17, 2020 Judicial interviews:  Mon., Jan. 27 -  Fri., Jan.
    23rd Annual EPMPOA Golf Tournament
    10/01/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association will hold its 23rd Annual Golf Tournament at 8:00 AM on Monday, October 21, 2019 at the Horizon Golf Club and Conference Center, 16000 Ashford St. in Horizon City, Texas. The golf tournament is the police association's fund raiser to benefit the Ben Ayala Scholarship Fund.
    2019 Down Syndrome Coalition "Buddy Walk" & 5K "Fun Run"
    09/30/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officer's Association encourages its members to help support the Down Syndrome Coalition for El Paso by participating in the 2019 DSCEP Buddy Walk & 5K Fun Run.   The events will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at the El Paso Community College Valle Verde Campus.
    Funeral Services for Detention Officer Joseph Gomez
    09/27/19 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association extends its deepest condolences to the family, loved ones, colleagues and friends of El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Detention Officer Joseph E. Gomez #8100.  Detention Officer Gomez died on Sunday, September 22, 2019, as a result of injuries he sustained after his vehicle was struck by a suspected drunk driver.
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