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In 2014, the Temple Police Association was formed with the guidance and advice of CLEAT to improve various issues members were having within the police department. CLEAT was instrumental in organizing the TPA by creating by-laws and a constitution to get our association started. Within a year, CLEAT began helping and educating us about Meet & Confer and represented us at City Council. Meet & Confer was adopted, and CLEAT has gone to the table with us to successfully negotiate agreements that have resulted in better benefits and pay raises of more than 30% from where we were before Meet & Confer. CLEAT definitely "has our six.”Sgt. Larry Wilkey
Immediate Past President, Temple Police Assosciation
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Unless you are living it you don’t know the incredible sense of helplessness felt by a Texas county Detention Officer as they clock into their workplace. It’s stressful, tense, loud, and smells like the blend of nursing home/gymnasium with the emphasis being on the undesirable blend odor of either, or both.
For Immediate ReleaseNovember 11, 2020 AUSTIN — CLEAT will have a new President next month. Vice President Marvin Ryals of El Paso County Sheriff’s Department will take over duties on December 1, 2020. The CLEAT Executive Board met in Executive…
The week of September 1 - 4, 2020, CLEAT will go live on Facebook with Attorneys, Texas Legislators, and the families of fallen officers who succumbed to COVID-19.CLEAT COVID-19 Action Week