HAPCOA Board Member Recognized Within IACP Police Chief Magazine
(San Antonio) A member of the Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association (HAPCOA) National Board, Vice President Reuben Ramirez, who serves as an Assistant Chief of the Dallas Police Department, was recognized by the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) for his outstanding work regarding the Dallas PD Wellness Program.
Chief Ramirez presented the DPD Wellness Program during the HAPCOA National Law Enforcement Training Symposium held in Los Angeles in November of 2022. Chief Ramirez promises to present his Officer Wellness Program v 2.0 at our next training symposium, to be held November 13-16, 2023, in San Antonio. TX.
IACP’s Police Chief magazine highlighted the work of the Dallas PD Wellness Program in its latest issue. Here is the web link to the IACP article: https://www.policechiefmagazine.org/idea-implementation/?ref=b581162b05c0d40a1e1ee922a0589cbe
Please read and share the importance of Office Wellness Programs within our HAPCOA Chapters and within your agencies.
Congratulations to Assistant Chief Ramirez and his team for your untiring efforts regarding officer mental health and safety. HAPCOA continues to support these efforts and related initiatives in policing.
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