Uniting Communities, Building Strength, Fostering Growth
At the Lubbock Professional Police Association, our mission is deeply rooted in the belief that a safe and thriving Lubbock is a shared responsibility.Read our mission statement
Who We Are
We believe in evolving with our community, staying ahead of challenges, and adapting to the changing needs of our residents.Learn more
We are here to listen, to support, and to ensure that Lubbock remains a safe haven for all.Learn more
We protect the rights of our law enforcement officers, while fostering unity and fellowship with our community.Learn more
Our officers are more than just enforcers of the law; they are neighbors, friends, and community builders.
Honoring our LPPA Fallen OfficersView all fallen officers
Officer Nicholas Lee Reyna
October 9, 1992 - January 11, 2020
Officer Nicholas Lee Reyna, 27-years-old, of the Lubbock Police Department ended his watch on January 11, 2020 while performing his duties as a police officer.
Sergeant Kevin Cox
June 30th, 1963 - July 13th, 2001
Sgt. Kevin Cox had been employed as an officer for the City of Lubbock for 16 years at the time of his death. Sgt. Cox was assigned to the Patrol Division and he was a member of the Police Department SWAT Team. On July 13, 2001 Sgt. Cox was accidentally shot during a SWAT operation at a south Lubbock residence.
Officer Rodney Kendricks
July 26th, 1967 - July 8th, 2001
Officer Rodney Kendricks had been employed as an officer for the City of Lubbock for 12 years. At the time of his death Officer Kendricks was assigned to the Motorcycle Unit. Officer Kendricks was injured in a traffic accident on July 2, 2001 while escorting a funeral procession. He passed away on July 8, 2001 from his injuries.
Sergeant Kenneth (K.D.) Fowler
December 11th, 1932 - June 18th, 1992
Sgt. K.D. Fowler had been employed as an officer for the City of Lubbock for thirty-six years at the time of his death. Sgt. Fowler was killed on the morning of June 18th, 1992 in an ambush while investigating the fatal shooting of a mental health worker outside a local apartment complex.
Detective Larry Jack Stevens
October 21st, 1947 - February 9th, 1973
Detective Stevens had been employed as an officer for the City of Lubbock for eight years, four of those years as a detective. Detective Stevens was on duty at the time of his death. Detective Stevens was killed in the afternoon of February 9th, 1973.
Detective Ralph Clayton White
October 11th, 1927 - September 1st, 1953
Detective White had been employed as an officer for the City of Lubbock for four years and had recently been assigned to the Detective Division at the time of his death. Detective White was killed on the morning of Sept. 1st. 1953 when he and his partner, George Hall, noticed a suspicious vehicle stopped in the driveway of a service station.
Officer Julio Herrera
May 1st, 1890 - July 19th, 1947
Officer Herrera had worked as a Special Officer for the City of Lubbock for 5 years, in the predominately Hispanic part of Lubbock. Officer Herrera was killed on the night of July 19th 1947.
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