The CLEAT Tactical Bag is unveiled, a major legal victory is won for a San Antonio officer and new leadership aims to bring CLEAT closer to you. These stories and more in the latest Texas Police Star.
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With the end of the 83rd Texas Legislative Session, this month’s newsletter covers CLEAT’s continued growth, the Peace Officers’ Memorial Service, as well as multiple legal victories in this month’s Texas Police Star. Read More »
Texas Police Star: Officer Retirement to be Top Issue in the 83rd Texas Legislative Session in January
The Texas Legislative Session draws near as CLEAT dominates as Texas’ largest law enforcement organization along with new contracts in Laredo and Vidor as well as huge legal victories in this month’s Texas Police Star
The upcoming 2012 CLEAT Convention, remembering Chris McGill, Charley Wilkison’s Runoff Election Report Blog all in this month’s Texas Police Star.
Huge collective bargaing victory, major local election wins, and Mission PD Officers Dump TMPA, Switch to CLEAT in this month’s Texas Police Star .
With a new year brings new issues starting with TCLEOSE overstepping its boundaries. The war on officers’ retirements rages on as CLEAT plans for its annual Leadership Academy and the Ride for the Fallen in this month’s Texas Police Star .
As we return from our recent annual CLEAT Convention in Corpus Christi, the war on retirement continues . Heartfelt stories of legacy and leadership and governance arise just in time for the holidays of this month’s Texas Police Star
CLEAT’s latest newsletter discusses the upcoming CLEAT Convention in Corpus Christi, a Message from the CLEAT President, Surrender Your Pension or Fight and News Around the State.
Read more in the full edition of this month’s Texas Police Star.
CLEAT’s latest newsletter discusses the recent legislative session, the Peace Officers’ Memorial service, what’s been happening around the state, and what lies ahead for law enforcement.
Read more in the full edition of this month’s Texas Police Star
AUSTIN-The political circumstances in the state Capitol look bleak for officers and their families this session with growing national resentment toward public employee benefits and state lawmakers looking down the barrel of a $27 billion shortfall. Read More »