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A GREAT TEAM

In talking about what it takes to create a great team, you first have to look at who the right people for your group are and ensure they have correct and innovative training. For example, let’s look at the Spurs. Their front line includes Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard etcetera. What’s the […]

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Blue Cares

Memorial Festival a Success!

Blue Cares is proud to announce that the San Antonio Police Officers’ Association Fourth Annual Memorial Festival and Open Car Show was a huge success. Hundreds of people showed up at the SAPD Academy grounds on Saturday, March 7. This event is put on by SAPOA and Blue Cares to express gratitude and love to […]

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THE CALLING by Officer Daniel Groce

I truly believe being an Officer is a calling and it wasn’t my first. In my former career I was an automotive technician. I love cars and did well in the automotive industry. I obtained Master Status with Mercedes Benz and received all 8 ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications along with my L1 (Advanced Engine […]

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Honoring Officer Stephanie Brown

Four years ago this week, Officer Stephanie Brown was taken from us suddenly when she was struck head on by a suspected DWI driver driving in the wrong direction.  It was March 15, 2011, when Officer Brown was responding to a call for an officer in trouble.  Officer Brown was only 27 years old and […]

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Blue Cares

Volunteering as a Family

We all want to instill great values in our children. Compassion, Tolerance, Character. But in our busy society it can be difficult to teach such ideals to our kids when we don’t have time to even eat regular dinners with our family. But when you really think about it, taking time to volunteer as a […]

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A Special Evening for a Special Girl

Last October, Officer Bryant Holmes of Chandler, Arizona, was killed on his way to work in a tragic traffic accident. Riding on a motorcycle, he was killed by a motorist that ran a red light. The 34 year old officer left behind a wife and four young children. Friends, family and coworkers remember him as […]

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Project CJ

Corporate Sponsors needed for Project CJ

Project CJ (Caring for Juniors) is a food assistance program that benefits students who come from low-income families and attend Title One elementary schools in San Antonio. The goal of Project CJ is to ensure children have enough healthy snacks and food options during their time away from school and on weekends, and not just […]

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The Spouse of a Police Officer

Being the spouse of a police officer is not for the faint of heart. The spouse many times finds themselves married to a person who is already married – to their job, their partner, their badge. From eating at odd hours, celebrating holidays on odd days and spending nights alone, it is not always an […]

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Blue Cares

The Memorial Festival – March 7th

Mark your calendars for the SAPOA Blue Cares Fourth Annual Memorial Festival!  Scheduled for March 7th at the San Antonio Police Academy, join us from 11am to 4pm and take in cultural and historical displays, arts and crafts, and raffles.  This is a family event so bring the kids to enjoy our children’s play area […]

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