Recently, Park University, in conjunction with CLEAT, conducted an anonymous survey of sworn law enforcement officers in the state of Texas.
The purpose of this survey was to collect information regarding police work and stress in personal relationships.
Conventional wisdom holds that Law Enforcement Officers have a higher occurrence of marital and personal relationship stress than the national average. The results of the survey indicated that this may not be true. Read More »
CLEAT's Charley Wilkison and Waco Police Association PAC Treasurer Ken Reeves
Newly appointed PAC Treasurer Ken Reeves of Waco recently traveled to Austin to receive special training on how to run and manage a PAC. CLEAT’s Charley Wilkison visited with Reeves on the importance of maintaining a healthy PAC and staying involved in the political process.
CLEAT Field Representative Tom Barbee assists officers in signing up for CLEAT.
CLEAT’s Carol Whitfield, Tom Barbee and Bob Thomas recently traveled to Galveston to inform members of the exceptional CLEAT dental and vision benefits as well as the other great benefits of CLEAT. Many members signed up for the CLEAT dental and vision plan and other officers signed up to become members of CLEAT. Attorney Bob Thomas also was on hand to offer legal advice. Field Representative Tom Barbee assisted officers in becoming members and CLEAT’s Carol Whitfield educated officers on the CLEAT Dental and Vision plan.
CLEAT's Janet Cole with Williamson County Sheriff James Wilson
Sheriff James Wilson participating in the Brown Santa Reception in Williamson County is just one of the many acts of service he participates in on behalf of the community.
Picture: Trainer Jerry Staton teaches CLEAT members arrest techniques for dealing with subjects experiencing “excited delirium”.
CLEAT is working to ensure that we provide some of the best tactical and safety related training to our members. For years we have defended officers, either legally or at the Capitol, and we want to make sure you are safe while doing your job. Read More »
CLEAT Field Services Director Dwight Tiller attended the Wichita Falls POA annual banquet. The banquet attendees included retired members and city officials as well as current members. At the banquet, Dwight visited with former WFPOA president and CLEAT Region 5 Director Billy Henderson, on left, who is now the Director of Baylor County Emergency Management.
Park University, in conjunction with Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), is conducting an anonymous survey of sworn law enforcement officers in the state of Texas.
The purpose of this survey is to collect information regarding police work and stress in personal relationships.
Conventional wisdom holds that Law Enforcement Officers have a higher occurrence of marital and personal relationship stress than the national average.
Is it true, or is it simply lore?
If you are a sworn law enforcement officer with arrest authority, please take a few moments to complete this simple survey.
No matter what your relationship status (married, single, divorced, separated, etc…), your input is valuable and appreciated, and you will be furthering the cause of police education.
There are only 10 questions, and your responses will remain anonymous. No personally identifiable information will be collected, and you will never be contacted by the authors of this survey.
The survey is located at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/59BCX3V
The survey is open for only a limited time. Thank you for your participation.
CLEAT Regional Director, Bobby Hardin, spoke to the Tarrant County cadet class about the importance of being a member of the Tarrant County Law Enforcement Association as well as CLEAT. He gave information on benefits that are available to members as well as upcoming events.
“Survival is just the beginning…we train you to WIN!”, is the theme of a new partnership with Dave Smith and Associates (DSA). Dave and Betsy Smith are internationally known law enforcement experts and instructors. Dave Smith, known for the “JD Buck Savage” video training series, his work as the director of education for the Law Enforcement Television Network [LETN], and as the general manager and senior instructor for Calibre Press and the “Street Survival” seminar, has been teaching his signature class, “The Winning Mind”, internationally since 1987.
With the Praetorian Group’s sale of Calibre Press, Smith will no longer be teaching the “Street Survival” seminar and will be focusing on expanding the “Winning Mind” series. “We’re training people to win and winning goes beyond gunfights and confrontations,” says Smith. “We want you to win the entire event. We want you to get home, be able to keep the home, and be emotionally healthy in your home.” Read More »
Recently, DSABC, the Deputy Sheriffs Association of Bexar County signed up 100% of their graduating academy class as new members to their association and CLEAT.