Welcome to the official website and social media hub for the National Latino Law Enforcement Organization - Greater Dallas Chapter. To stay up to date with important community information, “follow” us on Twitter and Instagram.

This, our official NLLEO - Greater Dallas Chapter website, serves to provide an interactive hub and resource center for residents, businesses, community groups and members of our organization. We hope you find our website informative and user-friendly.

In this fast-paced, technologically advanced age, we are striving to create an atmosphere of transparency and communication, which will help to render a more robust relationship by and between our entire community. One way we feel helps us to reach this goal, is by creating this new, interactive website. In the coming months, we will be adding other advancements to achieve this goal. By engaging in community outreach programs, and supporting all those who align with our philosophies, we feel we can make a positive difference in the lives of people who need this most.

In this day and age, despite the lack of funding and personnel, we do our very best to make sure you and your family feel safe and comfortable, so that while we patrol the streets, you sleep soundly. Please think of us in your prayers and thoughts; this is truly a dangerous job.

Businesses are encouraged to help support our Mission by sponsoring a “DonorAd” on our website and directly connecting with our membership and community partners. Please fill out the business supporter contact form for more information.

The National Latino Law Enforcement Organization - Greater Dallas Chapter, in serving the people of Dallas, strives to reduce crime and provide the safest environment possible for our residents and businesses alike through three core principals:
  • Partner with our community members
  • Provide greater communication through a robust website and social media platform
  • Partner with local businesses to create a safe and profitable economic environment
For emergency information please call 911 or visit the Dallas Police Department website here


Dallas NLLEO President


George Aranda