Honoring family, education, and community through service and mentorship

Upcoming Events

April 21, 2024

30th Annual NLPOA Golf Tournament

April 21, 2024

Pearland Golf Club
3123 Flower Field Ln.
Pearland, TX 77584

Registration – 7:00 AM
Shotgun Start – 8:00 AM
Followed by lunch, door prizes, and awards presentation

Hole Sponsor – $125
Pearl Sponsor – $300
Foursome – $500

To register a team or sponsor, please contact our Tournament Director, Roy Garivey, at 713-829-9351 or via email to [email protected]

Event Photos

2023 NLPOA GHC Scholarship Award Ceremony
2023 NLPOA GHC Corn Hole Tournament

Important Links

NLPOA Greater Houston Chapter – Scholarship Application
Deadline: March 15, 2024 (Must be postmarked by deadline date.)

Become a member of the largest and fastest-growing Latino Law Enforcement Organization in the country

Today the National Latino Peace Officers Association (NLPOA) is considered the largest and fastest-growing Latino law enforcement organization in the country. The NLPOA continues to grow and seeks supporters, who wish to make the law enforcement community a balanced and responsible community entity and looks to contribute to policy development in the Criminal Justice System.

Our Members

We are the Greater Houston Chapter of the National Latino Peace Officers Association (NLPOA). The National Latino Peace Officers Association is the largest Latino law enforcement association in the United States.  It is open to all, regardless of race or ethnic background. The objectives of the National Latino Peace Officers Association are to create a professional association that provides its members career training and  promote education and career advancement, mentoring and a strong commitment to community service.

Our Mission

The mission of the association is to eliminate prejudice and discrimination in the Criminal Justice System (particularly in law enforcement). To create a fraternal/professional association that provides support, advocacy, personal and professional development to its members. To prevent and reduce juvenile delinquency; and lessen neighborhood tension in the Latino communities, through awareness and role modeling, provide bi-lingual assistance to the public, and bridge the gap between the Latino community and the police.

Our Benefits

As a member of the NLPOA, you’ll have access to a network of officers from local and national agencies. The professional structure of the NLPOA also lends a great deal of credibility to our goals and objectives. As a legitimate national law enforcement association, we help consult and influence law enforcement policies to national and local elected officials.

Benefits include Multi-Agency Representation, Legal Defense, Special Training, and Conventions.