Texas Police Trainers was originally established as the "Texas Police Trainers Yahoo Group" back in March 2008 as a means to connect the dots and bridge law enforcement training. The original training site was created as a restricted site for Texas Law Enforcement individuals, and we are excited and pleased to be able to continue our exclusive law enforcement network. Because the previous training network had grown so much, as the moderator of the training website I envisioned this as an opportunity to grow the network into what is now the Texas Police Trainers. The new Texas Police Trainers (TPT) is more well rounded and is now able to accommodate the demands of the subscribers it serves.
MOTTO: "Empowering the law enforcement individuals to take control of their individual law enforcement training and professional development".
To serve the law enforcement community by providing quality law enforcement training information, valuable resources and networking. To provide up-to-date law enforcement information and resources in the area of training, scholarships, grants, associations, whats trending in law enforcement and so much more to its subscribers by providing a one-stop-shop that will help to enhance their professionalism and help ensure our law enforcement community are highly trained.
WHATS ON OUR SITE:
Awards Nomination Opportunities
Honoring our Texas Fallen Heroes
Law Enforcement Associations (Texas & National)
Law Enforcement Grants
Law Enforcement Training (Online, Classroom, Host Training and a space for Contracted Training Providers to download shared instructor course material)
Scholarships (Dependent & Commission individuals)
Texas Law Enforcement Job Vacancies (commission and civilian positions)
Texas Law Enforcement Vendors (Instructors & Trainers and Uniform & Equipment)
Texas Police Trainers Products
Texas Private Security Officer Portal (NEW)
Social Media BLOGS (Facebook , LinkedIn & Twitter)
As the moderator and owner of the Texas Police Trainers Yahoo Group, and now the Texas Police Trainers website, I have truly enjoyed volunteering my time and serving you all for over 10 years. I also appreciate all the support and love you have given to the previous training network, so I am confident that you will continue that support because there is a great need for what the previous network offered, and now what the new website is offering.
Your continued support is needed, so please continue to support and share the training website's existence with your law enforcement contacts.
Look forward to networking with you all!
Over 11 yrs with state regulatory agency serving in the Special Services Division as a Program Specialist conducting evaluations and curriculum development, the Legal Division as the Public Information Officer and Legal Specialist, and finally in Field Operations as a Compliance Review Specialist working directly with contracted training providers. (2006-2017)
Served 28 yrs in the Army, Honorably Retired Captain as an Human Resources Officer (1986 - 2014)
Served 9 yrs with the Killeen Police Department as the Assistant to the Coordinator in the Academy Training Center providing administrative support and managing the in-service training program (1997 - 2006)
Adjunct Instructor and Online Help Desk Support and Manager of the Alamo Area Law Enforcement Academy online training program
Certified as a Basic Instructor (2009)
Currently serve on the Texas Police Association Training Committee
Currently serve on the Law Enforcement Advisory Board for the Central Texas Council of Government
Currently serve as an Advisory Member and webmaster for L.A.M.A.D. "Let All Make a Difference", non-profit organization
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration from Tarleton State University (2002)
Associate of Science, Business Administration from Delgado Community College (1995)
Disclaimer: Texas Police Trainers (TPT) is not affiliated or connected to the state law enforcement regulatory agency in any way. The subscribers of our website are current and past law enforcement individuals. TPT also does not exercise control over any of the external sites on our website. The external sites are used to connect subscribers directly to the information and updates pertaining to the information. The information posted on the TPT website includes hypertext links or pointers to information created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations. TPT provides these links and pointers solely for your information and convenience. When you select a link to an outside website, you are subject to the privacy, copyright, security, and information quality policies of that website.