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AAPOL strongly believes in the concept of "community policing," a concept which calls for a cooperative partnership between the community and police officers.

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The mission of the Afro American Police Officers League

To exhaust all legal means in an effort to resolve and secure equality within the community and workplace in which we exist.

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AAPOL prides itself on it's diversity of membership, serving not only those from the African-American community, but members from all backgrounds and races.

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2 hours ago

AAPOL Houston

Education Matters!!! Another Successful Year for the AAPOL Scholarship Committee and AAPOL Members awarding over $12,000 in funding to10 High School Stellar Scholars in the Houston area. The Community and Police coming together to celebrate the importance Education. AAPOL is "Planting the seeds today, to produce the Harvest of SUCCESS in the future"...#AAPOLSTRONG

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6 days ago

AAPOL Houston

Sad news this morning, last night our brother Officer Benny Rivera succumbed to his fight with cancer. Please keep Benny and his family in your thoughts and prayers.

Remember to hold your loved ones tight and cherish every day as a gift. When the funeral information is available we will share it with you. RIP brother, we will never forget you.
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1 week ago

AAPOL Houston

The Afro-American Police Officers League (AAPOL) will be conducting our AAPOL Scholarship Luncheon in lieu of the June 2019 General Meeting at 5330 Griggs St., Houston, Texas 77021, on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at 11:15a.m. AAPOL will be awarding over 10,000.00 in funding to local high school students. Your presence would greatly be appreciated if you are able to attend and support our youth.
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1 week ago

AAPOL Houston

AAPOL:
Congratulations to HPD Lt. Keith Seafous assigned to the South Central Crime Suppression Team just completed 10 weeks of training at the FBI National Academy, Session 276, in Quantico Virginia. The primary aim for the FBI National Academy is to improve working relationships and personal networks across law enforcement agencies locally and internationally. Students selected for the program are usually experienced officers who excel in their duties.

Among the 256 officers chosen from around the country who successfully completed the program this year, 35 were international students. Students participated in the 10-week long program together, while living in dorms room accommodations together on the same campus. Lt. Seafous completed executive leadership training courses as well as physical training every morning. The collective life and schedules helped students build strong partnership around the country and world. Lt. Seafous will return to HPD reenergized and ready to serve the department and citizens of Houston.

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4 weeks ago

AAPOL Houston

AAPOL President E. Carr and members attended the Blessing of the Badge Ceremony held at the historical Antioch Baptist Church on Sunday, May 19, 2019 @ 2pm. AAPOL will like to send special thanks to NOBLE (National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives) for the partnership on this event. In addition, thanks to Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee for her continued support of AAPOL and Black Law Enforcement Officers.
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