Radical activists and some city officials are calling for “defunding” or redirecting funds away from our San Antonio Police Department.

It’s vital that every citizen who values police and cares about the safety of their family, their neighborhood, and their city, SPEAK OUT NOW.

Tell City Council

  • Defunding police will leave our city vulnerable to the crime and violence happening in other cities, like Portland, Chicago, and New York.
  • Defunding police removes the only thing standing between you and those who seek to do harm to you, your family, and our community.
  • Defunding police means rising crime, more rioting, looting, burglary, murders – and slower response times.

Let’s make sure our elected officials know that anyone who calls for “defunding” or redirecting funds and resources away from the police department is essentially calling for punishing public servants who have dedicated their lives to upholding the law and protecting their fellow citizens.

To send a message to the Mayor and City Council.

News

Press Release – April 5, 2021

Contact: Maegan LeetonEmail: mleeton@public-alliance.com  NEW INFO. TO BE REVEALED ABOUT DEFUND POLICE GROUP BEHIND PROP. B  SAN ANTONIO, TX — Press Conference to be held at SAPOA Headquarters, 1:00 p.m. April 6th. Officer Alonzio Hardin will reveal new and vital information on “Fix SAPD,” the radical Defund Police group behind Proposition B.  What: Press Conference  When: April 6th, 2021 at 1:00pm  Where: 1939 NE Loop 410, Suite 300. San Antonio, Texas 78217  Who: Officer Alonzio Hardin, President of the Black Police Officers Coalition and SAPOA leadership.  Why: Important new information will be revealed about “Fix SAPD” and its associates. This knowledge is

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Press Release – March 22, 2021

Contact: Maegan LeetonEmail: mleeton@public-alliance.com  STATEMENT FROM DANNY DIAZ ON HIS MEETING TODAY WITH MAYOR RON NIRENBERG     “It was great meeting with Mayor Ron Nirenberg at SAPOA’s office today. We had a productive discussion about public safety issues and the direction of the city. The Mayor reiterated his support for collective bargaining. Mayor Ron Nirenberg and I are both committed to working together for a safer, stronger San Antonio.”    # # # FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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