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+++ The next C.O.P.S. meeting will be on the 3rd Friday of EVERY MONTH at 11:00 a.m. at 3605 Katy Freeway, Suite 103, Houston, TX 77007.
About C.O.P.S.

The Coalition Of Police & Sheriff’s (C.O.P.S.). was formed to answer the critical career needs of your most essential Public Servants, your local Municipal and County Law Enforcement Officers and Deputies.

Our purpose, through C.O.P.S. is to unite ALL of Texas Law Enforcement under one local, one banner, one voice, in order to best secure the Officers’ rights, provide the best Legal backing for their protection and a Legislative voice for their needs.

If you were to ask any Law Enforcement Officer what is most important to them, they’d answer, without hesitation, security for their family and legal help when they need it to do their job, protecting us all. Officers divided are voiceless, Officers united will protect all of us much better.

C.O.P.S. is uniquely qualified to meet the needs of Texas Law Enforcement. Our Attorneys have successfully represented thousands of Officers and Deputies.

We have assumed the duty to represent all officers in the State of Texas just like our original organization, The Texas Union of Police and Sheriffs, (T.U.P.S.). C.O.P.S. has become the overriding voice for Law Enforcement from the smallest department to major cities throughout Texas.

It is only with your support that we can increase our strength, both financially and vocally. We would like to make you an associate booster which allows us at no additional expense to keep you current with Law Enforcement dilemmas and concerns, which effect us all.

We can’t thank you enough for your support. Please accept and display our decal proudly, letting every citizen and Law enforcement Officer know that you care. If you have any questions you may contact us at:

Your financial assistance will absolutely assist every officer in C.O.P.S. and eventually the State of Texas.


C.O.P.S. is a non-profit corporation registered with The Secretary of State and the Office of the Attorney General.
We are independently operated and in no way affiliated with any other C.O.P.S. entity in Texas or any other state in the U.S.

Meet Our Board of Directors

Tony Ragsdale
Pasadena Police Dept.

Stan Jolly
Vice President
Montgomery County
Sheriff's Office

Noah Herrera

Ana Herrera

Steve Garber
METRO Police Dept.

Phil Carpenter

Cindy Vara Leija

Ricky McNeil
Houston Police Dept.

Joseph McWilliams
Houston Police Dept.

Terry Garza
HCSO/Explorer Youth Group