Requests must be submitted in writing from the chief executive officer of the agency requesting the equipment. Included in the request must be competitive bids, a statement that no regularly budgeted funds or any drug confiscation funds are available, and that your agency has a random drug testing policy and drug-free work place policy in place.
This year’s Annual Heroes Awards Banquet, The 100 Club honored a record number of 62 first responders, police officers and firefighters who displayed a commitment to the service and protection of our community with their selflessness and unwavering bravery.
We also had a record number of attendees of about 600 people and several media outlets, including a live broadcast.
On Wednesday, May 16th, 2018, The 100 Club honored 62 heroes as Law Enforcement & Firefighter Award Recipients at the 64th Annual Heroes Awards Banquet at Bayou City Event Center in Houston.
These prestigious awards are based on nominations from fellow officers and firefighters within our 18-county coverage area. To view this year’s full-page ad, which ran in Sunday, May 13th’s Houston Chronicle, click here.
Service animals can now be nominated for The 100 Club Service Animal of the Year award by any law enforcement officer or firefighter within our core 18-county coverage area.
Service Animal of the Year award recipients will be recognized in two separate categories for law enforcement agencies or fire departments.
Nominations must be submitted on a nomination form, which may be obtained by clicking here or from the agency chief’s office or by contacting The 100 Club.
Nominations may be made for exceptional achievement in any police, firefighting or service animal endeavor, including, but not limited to: extraordinary valor, crime prevention, investigative activity, community relations, juvenile programs, drug prevention and control, training programs, traffic safety, and innovative approaches to public service.
The 100 Club provides scholarships to full-time peace officers for undergraduate and graduate degrees.
These scholarships are available only to officers employed by State, County and Municipal law enforcement agencies in Austin, Brazoria, Brazos, Burleson, Chambers, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Liberty, Madison, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker, Waller, and Washington counties. Unfortunately, Federal Law enforcement officers are not eligible for these scholarships because of the incidence of transfer out of The 100 Club coverage area.
The 100 Club has a limited number of scholarships available at each of our scholarship universities. The universities will choose the best-qualified applicants to fill each of those scholarships.
NOTE: THERE ARE NO 100 CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS OR FOR LAW SCHOOLS.