Welcome to Texas Police Games

 

 

  THE 2020 GAMES WILL BE HELD IN SOUTH PADRE ISLAND/HARLINGEN, TEXAS

June 6th – June 12th, 2020   

 

 All on-line Registration WILL OPEN ON MONDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2020

 

 

 

2020 GAMES ARE HOSTED BY THE:

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT
and the
HARLINGEN POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

AIRPORT:


HARLINGEN VALLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

HOST HOTEL:


TO BE DETERMINED

 

 

OVERFLOW HOTEL:

TO BE DETERMINED

 

 

2020 GAMES INFORMATION & CHANGES

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS HAVE CHANGED

FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY CERTIFIED 9-1-1 DISPATCHERS NOW QUALIFY UNDER THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CATEGORY

FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY CERTIFIED EMT’S AND PARAMEDICS NOW QUALIFY AS FIRST RESPONDERS.

New Events for 2020 IN SOUTH PADRE ISLAND

1 and 2 Man Obstacle Course

Body Building

 

EVERY COMPETITOR AND GUESTS  MUST CHECK IN AT  REGISTRATION CHECK-IN  

NOTE: THE AGE GROUP CATEGORIES HAVE ALSO CHANGED AS FOLLOWS:

  •   Category 1 ———–18 up to 29
  •   Category 2 ———–30 – 39
  •   Category 3 ———–40 – 49
  •   Category 4 ———–50 – 59
  •   Category 5 ———–60 – 69
  •   Category 6 ———–70 +

EVENTS CHANGES

Registration Check-in will open from Noon – 5:00 PM on SATURDAY June 5, 2020 for CrossFit, Obstacle Course and Motorcycle Rodeo.

The Games will begin on Sunday, June 6, 2020  with  CROSS-FIT, OBSTACLE COURSE and MOTORCYCLE RODEO.

All Competitors MUST check-in at the HOST HOTEL before going to the event location.

Competitors in Track may enter a maximum of six (6) track & field events (Any combination).

TEXAS HOLD’EM AND DOMINOES ARE NOW ON DIFFERENT NIGHTS.

DOMINOES ON WEDNESDAY AT 6:00 PM – HOST HOTEL

TEXAS HOLD’EM ON THURSDAY AT 6:00 PM – HOST HOTEL

EVENT ADDITIONALS

Motorcycle Rodeo is open only to Law Enforcement, and must be a fully equipped police bike

Shotgun events, Trap, Skeet & 5-Stand Minimum of 10 competitors

Cross Fit, Limited to 50 competitors

Texas Hold’em, Limited to 64 competitors

 

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ELIGIBILITY: The Police Games require all competitors to meet the following basic standards, or have retired from an agency where, when employed, did meet these standards.

1. As your primary vocation be employed/retired as a law enforcement officer, parole, probation officer, correctional/detention officer, First Responder, Certified 9-1-1 Dispatcher, Crime Scene Specialist on a full time basis. Retired/Active/Veteran or Reserve military  from all branches of military service . Active reserve officers with at least one year service with the law enforcement agency who holds his/her commission (verification of active status and tenure is required) . Retired/Active/Volunteer Fire Fighters with at least one year service with a Fire Department who holds his/her verification of service and/or commission.

2. Law enforcement officers must meet the standards set forth by the state or country in which you work, and be certified in your state or country if your state or county requires such certification.

3. Fall within the guidelines of the agencies specifically included by the TPAF and not fall within those agencies specifically excluded by the TPAF, and if not specifically named be accepted in writing by the TPAF.
Specifically included
All Active duty Military and Veterans of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard
Airport Police Officers
All retired officers from agencies listed
Arson Investigators (Commissioned)
ATF Enforcement Officers
City Police Officers
City, County, and Private Detention/Correctional Officers that are agency certified and/or are employed full time.
County Constable Officers
County Sheriff’s Officers
Certified 9-1-1 Dispatchers, Federal, State, County and City
Certified Crime Scene Specialist
Department of Homeland Security/Transportation Security Administration
Detention/correctional Officers from the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
District Attorney Prosecutors/ Investigators
Drug Enforcement Officers
Employees of the Texas Criminal Department of Justice that carry a hazardous duty classification
FBI Agents
Federal Fish and Game Officers
Federal/State Parole/ Probation Officers
Firemen or Fire Fighters
First Responders, EMT’s, Paramedics
Highway Patrol Officers
Hospital Police Officers as defined by 2.12 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure
Officers of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Port Authority Police
Railroad Peace Officers
Reserve Officers  with a minimum of 1 year experience
School District Police Officers
State Park Rangers
State Police Officers
Texas Parks & Wildlife Law Enforcement Officers
University Police Officers
U.S. Department of State Law Enforcement Agents
U.S. Federal Law Enforcement Agents not specifically noted on this list
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
U.S. Marshals
U.S. Park Rangers
U.S. Postal Inspectors
U.S. Secret Service
U.S.Customs and Border Protection
Volunteer Fire Fighters with a minimum of 1 year experience
Certified/Licensed Law Enforcement or Correction Officers from other Countries

Specifically Excluded But May Participate As A Sponsored Guest
Civilian employees of eligible agencies
Judges
Magistrates
Police Cadets
Police Students
Security Guards
The TPAF Board of Directors will refine and update, on an ongoing basis, an all inclusive list of eligible agencies which are not specifically named above).

RESERVE OFFICERS/RESERVE FIRE FIGHTERS— Reserve Officers/Reserve Fire Fighters with at least one (1) year active service to his/her Law Enforcement/Fire Fighter agency are now eligible. Verification from the head of the agency represented must provide written authentication of the one (1) year status.

RETIRED MILITARY LAW ENFORCEMENT — Retired and Veteran military Law Enforcement personnel whose career duty assignment was law enforcement/investigations are eligible.

ACTIVE MILITARY PERSONNEL— All active and former military personnel are eligible to participate. Those serving in the reserves who have been deployed into any active war zone or are scheduled to deploy and available during the dates of the Games are also eligible. This is also applicable to members of the National Guard.

FIREFIGHTERS & GUEST COMPETITORS

FIREFIGHTERS — Firefighters are invited to participate in the Texas Police Games. Firefighter eligibility is indicated on each event schedule link.

GUEST COMPETITORS — Each authorized competitor can sponsor a Guest (Guests MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 18 YEARS OF AGE (except where excluded).  All Guests participating in Individual events must submit an online application by using the registration link above. Guest eligibility is indicated on each event schedule link.

In Memoriam

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Event Resources
Mail-In Applications
South Padre Island Resources


SHIELD

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