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  • 11/10/2022 12:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Texas System Police Association and Texas System Police Association Foundation both have a NEW telephone number. We have moved to an upgraded system which provides a TOLL FREE number for our members. Our automated system will make sure your call is routed to the appropriate person.

    Make note of our NEW number, although it is EASY to remember.

    1-877-4MY-TSPA    or   1-877-469-8772

  • 09/18/2022 10:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Each day, UT System Public Safety Officer helps to maintain safe and secure UT campus and communities, to providing students, staff, and employees with a peace of mind. To recognize their commitment to our safety, the Texas System Police Association will recognize the National Security Officer Appreciation Week on September 18–24, 2022. In celebration of this week, we invite all to submit messages of thanks to the Pubic Safety Officer in your area.

  • 08/28/2021 8:26 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    MEET and GREET

    Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 11am

    Location: Fuzzy's Taco Shop  - 4740 W. Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, Tx

    Come meet with your TSPA Board Members and learn more about our association. We welcome potential members to join us, ask questions, and become members of our association. Remember.... we are here to support YOU when YOU need it most. As a CLEAT affiliated association, we have additional support that will back us when needed.


  • 06/27/2021 10:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The Texas System Police Association has officially re-opened following COVID-19. We are excited about upcoming opportunities  throughout the next year. We have also officially established the Texas System Police Association Foundation which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

  • 09/12/2020 9:39 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Here is the link of the conference.  TSPA was officially ratified as an affiliated association.

  • 07/12/2020 6:19 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    To the members of TSPA who are employed by the UTSW PD,

                   Members of the TSPA Executive Board were approached concerning the many issues within the UTSW Police Department. As a result, an emergency meeting was called according to the association bylaws. A formal document was prepared and presented to the Executive Board of Directors advising them of our members complaints and concerns. During the meeting, the executive board was briefed and it was decided that a member of the Executive Board would launch a job satisfaction survey to further understand the problems within the UTSW Police Department. The survey was launched on May 26, 2020 and concluded July 6, 2020. Prior to the completion of the survey, members of the Executive Board contacted Chief Marcus Lewis to request a meeting. The meeting was approximately a two hours long meeting, which members of the Executive Board shared information with him. The board also offered him help in troubleshooting problems inside his department, which he gratefully accepted. Members of the Executive Board further explained to Chief Lewis that the TSPA Job Satisfaction Survey would be closed soon. He was also told that he would be given a complete copy of the survey. He was informed that the TSPA Executive Board would like to schedule a meeting with him to discuss the results of survey. On 07/06/2020, Chief Marcus Lewis was given a complete copy of the TSPA Job Satisfaction Survey by TSPA President Troy Mondine. TSPA Executive Board of Directors will now give Chief Lewis time to review the survey. He further explained that he would contact the board in the third week of this month to discuss further the results of the survey. In our conversation with the Chief Lewis, the contact was pleasant, and we are hopeful for a new and better UTSW Police Department. I will keep the membership posted on the events as they occur.

    Troy Mondine

    TSPA President

  • 06/27/2020 3:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    C.L.E.A.T President Todd Harrison and Executive Director Charley Wilkinson called a meeting of the C.L.E.A.T Board of Directors (affiliated local association presidents or their designees) on Thursday, June 18, 2020. The meeting was held via Zoom at 10am. The meeting was a way for C.L.E.A.T to interact with affiliated local association leaders in trying times in order to keep them up to date on what they are doing, and to also obtain feedback from each local association on today’s issues. Also, because of the incredibly fast moving changes in current affairs, the C.L.E.A.T. executive director and  their legislative lobby team will be holding an early legislative workshop to begin work for the next legislative session. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, July 29th in Austin, Texas. C.L.E.A.T. has invited TSPA President Troy Mondine, or a designee of the TSPA Executive Board of Directors, to attend the meeting. Communication has already been sent by Mondine that TSPA will be represented at the meeting.

         On June 18th at 10 am, all of the C.L.E.A.T local affiliated presidents were asked to join a zoom call to hear from President, Todd Harrison and Executive Director, Charley Wilkison. See below for a summary of the information that was shared with local leadership:

    1. Reminder that C.L.E.A.T is hosting a legislative workshop on July 29th at the ATT Conference Center in Austin from 8am-3pm. They encourage our local presidents to attend as they continue to strategize for the upcoming legislative session. State Representative James White will be the keynote speaker.

    2. Given the current situation, C.L.E.A.T has adjusted its outlook for next session and realizes that we must fight for our core values and leave everything else at the door. This is not a time for enhancing criminal penalties or addressing peripheral issues such as bail, task forces, or asset forfeiture, but it is instead a time to ensure we maintain all benefits currently held by Texas peace officers. C.L.E.A.T. will be heavily focused on the following items this session:

    1. Collective Bargaining / Meet and Confer
    2. Civil Service (CH 143) and maintaining professional standards
    3. Retirement / Pensions
    4. Qualified Immunity


  • 04/27/2020 10:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    “Medical personnel were there for us on 9/11 and we want to be there for them today,” said Officer Eric Brozek

    Today at 12:42 PM

    By Larry Higgs
    NJ Advance Media Group, Edison, N.J.

    HACKENSACK, NJ — When Port Authority police officers asked how they could help doctors, nurses and paramedics on the front lines of the coronavirus fight, they might not have expected to become a cleaning crew.

    But this is a dirty job being done with love.

    On Friday, off-duty Port Authority police officers spent the gray day decontaminating ambulances, paramedics’ trucks and even the boots and pants of emergency medical service workers after they delivered patients to Hackensack Hospital.

    “Medical personnel were there for us on 9-11 (at the World Trade Center) and we want to be there for them today,” said Officer Eric Brozek, who works at the Holland Tunnel police command.

    The job is important to make sure the COVID-19 virus goes no further. Officers use spray equipment to decontaminate ambulance interiors, and outside door handles, while EMS crews are in the hospital. They treated stretchers when they returned, Brozek said.

    Officers are also offering to decontaminate employee shuttle buses and doctors’ and nurses’ personal vehicles, so they don’t have to worry about taking coronavirus home to their families, he said.

    “We will do whatever it takes to help the medical professionals courageously battling COVID-19 on the front lines,” said Paul Nunziato, President, Port Authority Police Benevolent Association. “They are saving lives. They have never let us down. It is our duty, desire and citizenship to come to their aid.”

    Port Authority police are about to get some back-up from Bergen County Sheriff’s Officers, who plan to decontaminate medical workers’ cars Saturday morning as they leave from working the third shift or arrive for the morning shift, said Derek Sands, a Sheriff’s Office spokesman.

    “We decided this was a way to give back to the medical community. They have families and they don’t want to bring the virus home with them,” he said. “This is our thank you.”

    Starbucks teamed up with the officers to provide coffee for the medical workers to drink while their vehicles are being decontaminated.

    If it works out, Sheriff’s officers plan to expand the effort to other Bergen County hospitals, he said.

    ©2020 NJ Advance Media Group, Edison, N.J.

  • 02/10/2020 4:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Happy Birthday to the Texas System Police Association! We have made it 10 YEARS!!! 2-10-2020. We could not have done it without the support and dedication from our members. We have always supported our members and we pledge to continue our mission in Campus Policing. Thank You for the support and here is to the next 10 years and beyond.

  • 10/08/2019 10:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We have NEW TSPA branded merchandise in our online store. Check out the new items and help support the Texas System Police Association.

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P.O. BOX 195381
Dallas, Texas 75219

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