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El Paso Police Memorial at Chuck Heinrich Park
Star on Franklin Mountain lit Blue in May
In memory of our Fallen Heroes
Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence
Chaplain Sam Faraone - Blessings for a great day...stay safe!
EPMPOA Recognizes Lt. Charles "Chuck" Harvey #169
at Dec. 2014 EPMPOA Meeting - Retired after 48+ years with EPPD
Memorial for slain NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos & Wenjian Liu
Intersection of Myrtle and Tompkins in Brooklyn, NY
Fallen Officer: Detective Ralph Marmolejo
End of Watch: March 17, 1951 - "Forget Not His Sacrifice"
EPMPOA - December 2014 Members of the Month
Officer Jesus Hernandez with wife Rubi and child
DPS Invites Current Texas Peace Officers to Become Trooper

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is now accepting applications for an advanced recruit school designed for current Texas law enforcement officers who are interested in becoming Highway Patrol Troopers. The application deadline is March 25; and the eight-week school will begin June 21.
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Police Death Soar 24% in 2014 with Ambush Attacks Leading Cause
Law enforcement fatalities in the United States rose 24 percent in 2014 to 126 and ambush-style attacks were the No. 1 cause of felonious officer deaths for the fifth straight year, according to preliminary data from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
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Facebook Denies CLEAT Advertising Opportunity

Dear friends of Texas law enforcement, On Wednesday, December 17, 2014, Facebook denied CLEAT access to purchase an advertising "boost" for Charley Wilkison's blog regarding the recent attacks aimed at police in America. As Coordinator of the Public Affairs Division of CLEAT, I can attest to our organization being a frequent customer to social media, especially Facebook.
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More growth in Far East El Paso but will that include a new police station?
EL PASO, Texas - Now that El Paso's City Council approved the annexation of 310 acres in Far East El Paso -- much of which to be dedicated to home development -- ABC-7 is asking how the city plans to address safety and police patrols on that side of town. See the report by Stephanie Valle on KVIA ABC-7.
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El Paso police name man suspected of killing woman, shooting officer
El Paso police officials have identified the people in connection with the killing of a woman and a shooting that wounded a police officer earlier this week. The suspected killer was identified as Frank Aparicio, 30, of the 12000 block of Sal Rasura Court in East El Paso, police said today.
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Juarez Police Officer Shot and Killed

The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association extends its deepest condolences to the family, colleagues and friends of the Juarez Department of Public Safety police officer who was attacked and killed on Thursday morning as he was driving home after work.
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Police Officer Deaths Up in the First Half of 2014

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has released preliminary statistics showing a 38% increase in law enforcement fatalities in the first half of 2014 compared to the same time last year.  The figures are the first indication of an upward trend in police officer deaths since 2012.
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What's New at EPMPOA
Free Flu Shots for City Employees & Dependents
If you have not had your flu shot this season, now is the time...and the price is right -- FREE! Thanks to a partnership with Walgreen's, City employees and their dependents (7-17 years of age - must be accompanied by a parent/guardian) can receive their flu shots at no cost this Thursday, February 26, 2015. Read More...
Download: Consent Form.pdf
Police Deadly Force Research Addresses Community Concerns
Dr. Richard Johnson, Ph.D., from the Criminal Justice Program at the University of Toledo conducted an examination of the prevalence of deaths from police use of force incidents.  View the attached PowerPoint presentation to see what the statistics revealed. Read More...
Download: forcepresentation.ppt
Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.)
The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association encourages area residents to participate in “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” (L.E.A.D.) today, Friday, January 09, 2015.  This is a national day of support for law enforcement officers.  For more information on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, please click here to watch the public service announcement. Read More...
Funeral Services for Retired Detective Cerjio "Marty" Martinez
The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Cerjio “Marty” Martinez.  (Ret.) Detective Martinez passed away on Sunday, December 14th at the age of 85. (Ret.) Detective Martinez served the El Paso community from December 1953 until retiring in September of 1992. Read More...


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The EPMPOA website is a service set up to provide information and assistance to the men and women of the El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association. 
Publication of articles and letters on the website voicing viewpoints do not necessarily reflect the views of the El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association, the Editorial Staff or of the El Paso Police Department.  All letters and articles received must be accompanied by the author’s name and daytime phone number.
Articles may be printed as "Name Withheld at the request of the author."  Freedom of expression is recognized within the bounds of good taste and space limitations.  All material will be reviewed by the EPMPOA Legal Staff prior to publication and all articles are subject to editing by the Editorial Staff. 

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