• Pac

    Political
    Action Committee

    The Dallas Police Officer’s Political Action Committee (DPOPAC) was established in 1986, as the political arm of the DPA. A general purpose PAC, which reports to the Texas Ethics Commission, the DPOPAC is highly active in local and state politics. By Lobbying at City Hall and in Austin, the DPOPAC gives members a major presence with a clear and unified voice.Activities include representing members during legislative sessions; contributions and endorsements to candidates for local/state office; advocating for pay, benefits and working conditions before City leadership. In its 20+ year history, the DPOPAC has been instrumental in increasing pay and benefits and helping to implement changes to the Penal Code and Juvenile Code, just to name a few.On a national level, the DPA maintains an ongoing relationship with the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO). This partnership gives you a voice in our Nation’s Capitol on a variety of issues of importance to police officers and law enforcement in general. NAPO represents more than 2,000 police unions and associations, 238,000 sworn law enforcement officers, 11,000 retired officers and more than 100,000 citizens who share a common interest in protecting America and the men and women who serve on the front lines of the fight against crime.DPOPAC participation is strictly voluntary. Direct payroll deduction makes contributing easy. We strongly encourage your participation in this very important activity.

    Our Chairman

    Frazier

    Frederick Frazier

    Frederick is an 20-year veteran with the Dallas Police Department and currently serves as the DPA’s Political Action Committee (PAC) Chairman where he is responsible for focusing on the legislative and political agenda of the DPA. Outside of his full-time position with the police department and PAC responsibilities, Frederick is dedicated to the DPA by serving as 1st Vice President and Chairman of the Assist the Officer Foundation (ATO).

    PAC Enrollment Info

    If you would like to contribute to PAC, click the link below to download a PAC card and return it to the DPA at the address listed:
    Dallas Police Association
    1412 Griffin Street
    East Dallas, Texas 75215

    Political Supporters

    Governor Greg Abbott (R)
    LT Governor Dan Patrick (R)
    Speaker of the House Joe Straus (R)
    Senate Joan Huffman (R) – District 17
    Royce West (D) – District 17
    John Whitmire (D) – District 17
    House of Representatives

    Roberto R. Alonzo (D) – District 104
    Rafael Anchia (D) – District 103
    Cindy Burkett (R) – District 113
    Giovanni Capriglione (R) – Dist. 98
    Angie Chen Button (R) – District 112
    Byron Cook (R) – District 8
    Sarah Davis (R) – District 134
    Yvonne Davis (D) – District 111
    Scott Fisher (R) – District 92
    Allen Fletcher (R) – District 130
    Charlie Geren (R) – District 99
    Helen Giddings (D) – District 109
    Lance Gooden (R) – District 4
    Eric Johnson (D) – District 100
    Linda Koop (R) – District 102
    Jeff Leach (R) – District 67
    Morgan Meyer (R) – District 108
    Andrew Piel (R) – District 94
    Bennett Ratliff (R) – District 115
    Toni Rose (D) – District 110
    Kenneth Sheets (R) – District 107
    Jason Villalba (R) – District 114

    Dallas County DA Susan Hawk (R)
    Judicial

    Paul Green (R)
    Texas Supreme Court

    James Angelino (R)
    Judge #7 – Collin County Court

    Sid Harle (R)
    Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5

    Chris Oldner (R)
    Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2 – District 416

    Brooke Allen (R)
    348th District Court Judge – Tarrant County

    Dallas County Dwaine R. Caraway (D) Dallas County Commissioner, District 3