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In January 2010, a group of police officers and inspectors from various departments within The University of Texas (UT) met in Austin and formed the Texas System Police Association (TSPA). The idea behind the organization was to give voice to the concerns of the campus and Independent School District Police Personnel. The TSPA is committed to police officer retirement reform within the Teacher Retirement System. Currently, an officer in TRS will retire with an annual income about 10% lower than an officer in ERS. The TSPA represents its members before the Texas Legislature, State University Boards of Regents, their Chancellors, College Boards of Trustees, and ISD School Boards.

The TSPA then focused on legislation that would improve the lives of its members. The first success was getting the legislature to put university police put in a separate TRS classification. The TSPA representatives continue working with Texas lawmakers. The TSPA newsletter began to print in late 2010 and continues to be the best source for information on issues pertaining to University and ISD police law enforcement as a whole. The hard work continues and the TSPA is always looking for those who want to take on a leadership role in our organization.


  Other agencies soon began to see the good work of the TSPA, and they joined our ranks. The TSPA welcomed members from many different agencies and is now the leading campus police association for Texas. Many issues pertaining to campus law enforcement, especially retirement issues and salary, cross institutional lines and it makes sense for employees from all those institutions to band together for the common good. The TSPA is always on a recruitment drive because membership numbers matter in the legislature. The TSPA encourages all employees of any campus department to join.


Currently, TSPA is the largest and most proactive Police Officer Association representing the college, university and ISD Police with pension issues in the State of Texas. It cost $10 per month to belong to TSPA. If you pay annually using a credit card on autopay it is only $120.00 per year.
If you like to join but don't want to use our online system download the TSPA Application and the Recruitment Letter and mail it to:


    MAILING ADDRESS:
   TSPA
  P.O. Box 195381
  Dallas, TX 75219
E-mail: General@mytspa.org


Call or E-mail Us:
Office: (214) 244-7278
E-mail: General@myTSPA.org

Address:
P.O. BOX 195381
Dallas, Texas 75219

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