Benefits of Cleat Membership
As the largest police officers’ union in Texas, the largest legal services provider in the state specializing in representing law enforcement officers, and the largest confederation of local police officers’ associations in Texas, CLEAT is the state’s most powerful advocate for the rights of law enforcement professionals. We provide a broad range of benefits
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Peace Officers Memorial Foundation
The Peace Officers' Memorial Foundation strives to perpetuate the memory of Texas law enforcement officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their communities.
Since its inception in 1987, the foundation’s uncompromising determination to preserve the rich history of Texas law enforcement and provide support for the families of peace officers has remained unparalleled. The foundation honors the fallen by providing assistance and support in a line of duty death.
The foundation also offers college scholarships, sponsors the biennial Memorial Service at the State Capitol and supports research to find and honor all Texas Peace Officers who throughout history have made the ultimate sacrifice. CLEAT is the founding sponsor of the foundation, which is funded solely by contributions. We do not raise money via telephone solicitations.
CLEAT State Headquarters is located in downtown Austin Texas.
CLEAT Administrative Office
400 West 14th Street, Suite 100
Austin, Texas 78701
Telephone: 800-252-8153 (non-emergency)
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