Trooper Chad Walker was ambushed while responding to a motorist assist in Limestone County near Mexia, Texas on March 26, 2021. The suspect fired at Trooper Walker before he was able to stop his vehicle, striking him in the head and abdomen. The suspect fled the scene and was later found deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot. Trooper Walker was transported to Baylor Scott & White – Hillcrest Hospital in Waco. He succumbed to his injuries on March 29, 2021. Trooper Walker was a member of B...
Texas DPSOA Partners with Texas True Blue Coffee Company
Thursday, 11 March 2021
The Texas DPSOA is proud to announce that we are partnering with Texas True Blue Coffee Company. Proceeds will go towards funding our Memorial Highway Signs project.
ABOUT TEXAS TRUE BLUE COFFEE COMPANYTexas True Blue Coffee Company is all about the men and women that don a uniform, a gun, and a badge. As they go out the door they leave their family behind to safeguard the community they live in. It is about each of them that are willing to run towards danger and gunfire. They put themse...
The Texas DPSOA recently received this amazingly heartfelt letter from a supporter! We love our community and are proud to serve you all. No matter the situation, we will always be there to protect you. Thank you so much for your continued support!
Trooper Moises Sanchez
End of Watch - August 24, 2019
At approximately 8:45 p.m. on April 6, 2019, Trooper Sanchez
approached a two-vehicle crash scene in Edinburg. The driver of one of
the vehicles fled the scene and later shot Trooper Sanchez. The suspect
was captured and will now face the charge of Capital Murder.
the months following the shooting, Trooper Sanchez and his family
received an outpouring of support by countless members of the public,
fellow law enforcement partne...
The Texas DPSOA would like to express our gratitude for your
overwhelming generosity during our “Red, White, Blue, and YOU”
fundraising campaign. We truly live by our campaign slogan “One Nation,
One Community, Many Voices, Under the Banner of Unity.” Together we do
make our community a better and safe place to live and work.
We are honored to have your continued support, and we pledge to uphold our promises to give back to the community that we love.
Thank you to all of the don...
Though there have been many scares about what can happen to children or teenagers on the internet, adults should be safe as well. There is no limit to the amount of risk adults come in contact with such as sexual predators, criminals who are seeking out your personal information on social networking sites, buying habits, frequently used sites, and many others.Here are some tips to help prevent you from being a target:Do not share things such as email addresses, usernames and passwords.Do not us...