TPA Recognizes Chief Paul Robeson for Years of Service
Thursday, 01 January 1970
The TPA Bord of Directors Presents Whitehouse Chief of Police Paul Robeson for his 17 years of service
On December 18, 2019 the Board of Directors presented Chief Paul Robeson a momento on behalf of the men and women of the Tyler Patrolmans Association to commemorate his 17 years of service at the Tyler Police Department.
Chief Robeson left earlier in December to become the Chief of police at the Whitehouse Police Department. He will be missed as he was a true leader who cares about the peo...
Tyler Patrolman’s Association Supports Don Warren for Mayor of Tyler
Thursday, 01 January 1970
Tyler Patrolman’s Association FOP Lodge 182 supports Tyler City Councilman Don Warren for mayor.
Councilman Warren has earned the endorsement of the TPA by standing strong for fiscal responsibility and the public safety needs of Tyler. First responders in Tyler know we can count on Don Warren. His good stewardship of the public’s trust reflects his devotion to the community, as does his hard work, professionalism, and enthusiasm. He’s the best choice for mayor in Tyler.
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Our Annual Fundraising Campaign Is Underway
Some of our citizens have already received our 2020 donation flyer in the mail. It is a legitimate flyer that is done on behalf of the Tyler Patrolman's Association Lodge 182.
We, like most of you, don't like the unknown numbers that call our phones constantly. We opted to partner with a reputable company that respects the time and privacy of our citizens. Many of you may receive the flyer that is displayed in the mail. That is one of the ways w...
TPA Lodge 182 & the Tyler Police Department would like to recognize K9 Paco who has officially retired from the Tyler Police Department due to age and health issues. K9 Paco, an 11-year-old German Shepherd from the Netherlands, was trained in five odors of narcotics, obedience and tracking through US K9 Unlimited in Kaplan, Louisiana. Officer Steve Black selected K9 Paco to be his partner in November 2010. K9 Paco provided more than eight years of dedicated and loyal service to his handler, the...
Tyler Police Detectives winning the war on skimmers
For some time now our financial crimes detectives have been leading the way on the war on skimmers. Tyler citizens were getting hit by skimming devices. The financial crimes unit started working with other law enforcement enttities, including the Smith County District Attorney's office to find new ways to combat this problem and bring these criminals to justice.
Because of the work of these fine detectives, we have been leading the fight ...