Welcome Esteemed NLPOA Members!

Welcome to The National Latino Peace Officers Association website,

It has been a pleasure to serve as the President of this incredible organization since 2016. We continue to expand our organization and are so excited to have added seven chapters with incredible leadership. These emerging chapters include Greater New York, The Bronx, Manhattan, NY, Essex County, New Jersey, Milwaukee 2.0, Wisconsin, Monterey, California and Atlanta, Georgia. These additional chapters help to assist our country’s law enforcement leaders to build bridges with our minority communities.

The Greater Houston Chapter is hosting our 47th Annual Training Conference from September 9-12, 2020 in Houston, Texas. We encourage you to make plans to attend this excellent conference where you will receive top-notch training, vendor sources, networking and camaraderie.

I am looking forward to what this next year holds for us as we continue to serve our communities, build strong leaders and empower our youth.

Sincerely, Cindy M. Rodriguez.


Hispanic Heritage Month by Vicente Calderon

Hispanic Heritage Month should be a time when we re-dedicate ourselves to accomplishing the Mission and Goals of the National Latino Peace Officers Association. Specifically, we need to focus in improving the learning opportunities for our young people to better prepare them…
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President’s Letter of Gratitude

NOTHING IS MORE HONORABLE THAN A GRATEFUL HEART – SENECA PRESIDENT’S LETTER OF GRATITUDE September 12, 2018 Our 45th annual NLPOA Training Conference was held in Denver, Colorado last week.  I’d like to thank the Denver, Colorado Chapters who worked so hard…
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Open Letter to Sheriff Marian Brown from Dallas County

July 31, 2018 Sheriff Marian Brown 133 North Riverfront Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75207 I am the proud wife of the recently fallen Deputy, Homero “Cal” Calderon. My name is ShaRonda Young Calderon. I wanted to take the opportunity to offer you my…
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