JAMES ANDERSON MEMORIAL PARK – Temporary Closure
The San Antonio Police Benevolent Fund has approved a new gate operating system to better manage access to James Anderson Memorial Park.
In order to install the new gate James Anderson Memorial Park will be closed for a week, starting Monday, February 4th through Friday, February 8th, 2019.
The new gate operating system will operate using a key fob and will include cameras and an electric opening system. Though we are installing the new system next week,
we will continue to use the lock and key until we have distributed the key fobs and have entered the information into the computer system.
The distribution of the key fobs will begin within the next week or two. We will have representatives at different locations to issue the key fobs.
We will announce the dates and locations. For any additional questions please contact Officer Travis Reich at (210) 428-0380. Thank you.
Paul Biasiolli, Captain
Chairman / Benevolent Fund
Retired SAPD Officer Juan Campaco’s is not doing well.
His wife Becky asked us to keep him and his family in prayer.
He is at Life Care 8902 Floyd Curl in ICU #10.
He is breathing but unresponsive.
Becky’s number is (210) 723-2227, she would welcome a kind word or prayer!
Peace & Blessings, Troy Smith
From: Charles Ross
Update: Al Carnot, Retired SAPD, Condition related to a recent heat attack
Al is at home. Unfortunately he’ll need another catheterization/ angioplasty done. He has had two previous heart attacks and has eight stents in his heart.
He’s not a candidate for bypass because of cancer. He’s a bit depressed and calls from fellow officers would really be an uplift.
Al decided to have procedure done after his party and Houston trip.
Thank you for caring and your friendship
God bless. Al Carnot, Mobile 210-396-1330
Update on Rocky Kokal ( Wife of Joe Kokal, Retired SAPD )
Rocky is now in the final critical stage of Cancer. She is in Hospice care.
Keep the family in your prayers
SAPD Family Assistance Officers
Currently SAPD has a group of officers who volunteer their time to be members of the Family Assistance Program.
Listed Above are specific guidelines to determine when a Family Assistance Officer enters the life of a Active Member or Retiree to provide assistance.
While there are numerous other life occurrences that may impact our member’s lives, there are other resources available within the City organization or the SAPOA.
For situations that do not fit the criteria above, contact can made with the Chiefs Office at 210-207-7360, to get clarification if Family Assistance should become involved or another resource utilized
SA Fire & Police Pension Fund
Will hold the monthly Trustees meeting on Wed, Jan 30, 2019, at 0900am.
11603 W. Coker Loop #201
Agenda will be posted beforehand at : www.safppf.org
SAHPOO Scholarship – San Antonio Hispanic Police Officers Org.
Good news !! Scholarship applications are out ! You can request an application or contact the Scholarship Chairperson
Det. Crystal Ferguson ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for more info.
SAPOA CENTURION MAGAZINE is now Online
The quarterly SAPOA magazine is now available on line. Sign up now.
Don’t wait for the mail any longer.