HEADLINECONTENT [more info…]
Monthly MeetingThe guest speaker will be Deputy Bruce Harlan who will brief members on the new Constitutional Carry Law. Additional Agenda Items will include the Nomination and Election of a new Vice President and Secretary, as well as continued discussion and possible vote on proposed changed to the By Laws. The meeting will be held in the PIO room off the Main Lobby of the PSB on Tues., July 20th starting at 6:30p. [more info…]
Greeter @ Public Safety BuildingWe are gearing up for the volunteer opportunity to serve as a Greeter @ the PSB.
2 shifts per day, Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 1:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
(can be split between different volunteers)
Training & Security check will be conducted prior to starting; if we generate a workable volunteer pool, training will be scheduled for July. This is a great opportunity for Alumni volunteers to support the Sheriff’s Department; and, it should be fun!
Member Survey ResultsLink to the results of the recent Member Survey (webpage) (.PDF)
2021 Leadership SlateA new President and Treasurer were elected at the January 2021 Meeting. Welcome to new President Cathy Gieselman, re-elected Vice-President Jason Muhs, re-elected Secretary Heather Muhs and new Treasurer Gary Anderson. [more info…]
Terrorism Threat Picture for TexasThe report produced by the TX Dept. of Public Safety and presented to the HCCSAAA Alumni at the Aug. 2017 meeting. [more info…]
Submit an Anonymous Tip to the Hays County Sheriff’s OfficeIt it’s an emergency, dial 911. If not and you wish to remain anonymous, it is possible to submit an anonymous tip to the Hays County Sheriff’s Office via the internet or a text message. [more info…]
NCPC Guide: Personal Security TipsThe world can be a dangerous place. If we fail to recognize this fact, we become more vulnerable to any number of criminal threats, all just looking for the next unsuspecting victim. Thankfully, there are a number of personal security tips that you can use to make your life a little more secure. [link to .PDF document]
FTC Guide To Dealing With Identity TheftIdentity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission. It is a serious crime that can wreak havoc with your finances, credit history, and reputation – and it can take time, money, and patience to resolve. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, prepared this guide to help you repair the damage that identity theft can cause, and reduce the risk of identity theft happening to you. [link to .PDF document]