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Congratulations to Our New Sergeant
The Tyler Patrolman’s Association would like to congratulate Officer Dion Reed for promoting to the rank of Sergeant. ⠀ ⠀ Sgt. Reed said he is excited about the new position and getting to supervise the great group of officers he works with. ⠀ ⠀ Congrats to Sgt. Reed and his family!

What you need to know about the Stay at Home Order
Citizens of Tyler,  Know that essentially nothing has changed. It is just mandatory now. It is important to go home and stay there unless you absolutely need to go get ESSENTIAL items. Grocery stores, gas stations & other essential businesses will remain open as they have been.

America United
WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER THAN WE ARE DIVIDED As a nation, a state, and a community there has always been more that unites us than that which we disagree on. We at the Tyler Patrolman's Association Lodge 182 want to remind everyone that we need to stand up for the simple truths and what is right. We need to stand together for the common good and become....America United Again.

Examination for POLICE RECRUIT
The Civil Service Commission for the City of Tyler has announced the next Examination for Police recruit. The TPA-FOP #182 wants to extend our invitation to join what we believe to be the best policing agency in East Texas. Check out the following link for detail.

January 9th, 2020 - National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
The TPA-FOP Lodge #182 would like to remind everybody that today, January 9th, 2020, is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Across the country on January 9th each year, citizens take the lead to show support on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Law Enforcement Officers of every rank and file have chosen a profession that puts their life on the line every day for their communities. They’ve answered a call to public service that is demanding and often unappreciated. Fr...

TPA Recognizes Chief Paul Robeson for Years of Service
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
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. Learn more at ...