Message From The Union

We wanted to provide all DSABC members with a few updates.  1. Progress on Contract Negotiations  We have concluded our 5th meeting of Contract Negotiations with the County and we are making significant progress for you and the agency.  2. “Wins” for...
District Attorney Gonzales’ Conflicts of Interest

District Attorney Gonzales’ Conflicts of Interest

DA calls to reject law enforcement support while accepting millions from trial lawyers  SAN ANTONIO, TX – Earlier this week, Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales criticized law enforcement endorsements and support for district attorneys and state...
Law Enforcement at Higher Risk for Suicide

Law Enforcement at Higher Risk for Suicide

Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in America. Approximately 800,000 people die by suicide each year and that equates to one person dying every 40 seconds, which makes suicide a global pandemic on top of the one we are currently living through right...
Challenging Times for Sheriff’s Deputies

Challenging Times for Sheriff’s Deputies

The biggest challenges that Sheriff’s Deputies, both Detention and Law Enforcement Officers, are facing today have to do with the effects of COVID and staffing. For Detention Officers, it’s important to note that the jail is still short-staffed more than 200 deputies...

DSABC News: June 15, 2020

To Members of the DSABC: I know there is a lot happening at the moment that affects all the important work you’re doing. Between dealing with COVID-19 and now all of the political and civil unrest sparked by the incident in Minneapolis on May 25th, I know how...

NEVER FORGET: ONE BADGE. ONE VOICE

As you continue to serve during this unprecedented health crisis, I know there is a lot of uncertainty and that many of you have major concerns. I want you all to know that DSABC Leadership is listening, we hear you, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the...
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