NLPOA Lifetime Member died of a massive heart attack last Friday while visiting in Reno, Nevada. His Services are as follows: All services will be held at Oak Hill Memorial Park, located at 300 Curtner Avenue, San Jose, California 95125. Date: Wednesday…
A MESSAGE FROM THE NLPOA NATIONAL PRESIDENT
Welcome Esteemed NLPOA Members!
As President of the National Latino Peace Officers Association, I would like to welcome you to the new NLPOA National Website. I am looking forward to an exciting 2018 with all the chapter upcoming events, new partnerships, and member promotions. We are in full force behind the scenes, planning our September annual training conference which will be held in beautiful Denver, Colorado. I continue to be in awe of the tremendous dedication, loyalty and selflessness of the members serving our community through outreach programs, special events and college scholarships. Thank you for the honor of serving next to you as we continue to improve and forge ahead. Sincerely, Cindy M. Rodriguez.
Omaha Captain retaliated against for Promotion to Deputy Chief – Letter to Mayor Stothert and City Council
Mayor Stohert and Omaha City Council Members: July 3, 2018 The National Latino Peace Officers Association (NLPOA) Executive Board was informed that Captain Kathy Belcastro was ranked number one out of eight candidates for deputy chief during the last testing process in…
Sheriff Marian Brown July 1, 2018 Dallas County Sheriff’s Department Sheriff Brown: On behalf of the National Latino Peace Officers Association Executive Board we want to offer our deepest condolences for the loss of your Deputy Sheriff Homero “Cal” Calderon. I read…
View the response from NLPOA National President Cindy Rodriguez in regards to the recent tragedies of Officers killed and seriously injured in the line of duty. Our hearts and prayers go to those we have lost and their families.
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