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COPLine
is holding a Volunteer Listeners Training for retired law enforcement officers at Pearland PD from October 24 - 28, 2018. The training is a 40-hour class and will be reported to TCOLE by TMPA.

COPLine is a not-for-profit national law enforcement officers' hotline seeking honorably retired law enforcement officers in good standing to volunteer on their phone lines.

Volunteers are required to work one 12-hour shift per month with a 12 month commitment, and are required to possess and utilize a smartphone and a web-based reporting system.

Visit www.copline.org/volunteer for more information and a volunteer application.

Please share with retired law enforcement officers in the Houston area! This is a good way to provide support to current law enforcement officers and give back to those who are currently giving so much to their communities.

Contact COPLine
Phone: 732.577.8300 x 8
Email: director@copline.org

COPLine is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization run by a volunteer Board of Directors and volunteer staffing.


Comments:
Excellent organization. If you’re retired and have some time, the next generation of your blue family needs your help.
Posted by SonotBoi at 9/14/2018 2:04:49 PM

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