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Campus Safety Magazine names HAPCOA member finalist for Director of the Year

March 6, 2015

Chief Paul Chapa, of the Trinity University Police Department, San Antonio, TX was named as a finalist for Director of the Year by Campus Safety Magazine in its recent edition.

Chief Chapa, a long time member of HAPCOA was elected to served on its Board of Directors and became its National President in 2013.

Under Chief Chapa’s leadership the Trinity University Police Department achieved Recognition status from the Texas Police Chief’s Association. The Law Enforcement Recognition Program is a voluntary process where police agencies in Texas prove their compliance with 164 Texas Law Enforcement Best Practices.

HAPCOA congratulates Chief Paul Chapa for being recognized as a national leader in Law Enforcement.

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