Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Seriously lock your car doors, by Jesus Eddie Campa

On behalf of the Marshall Police Department we are asking that you help us help you.  Over the past week, we've received 10 reports of vehicle burglaries. Of those, 8 of the vehicles had been left unlocked. The solution here is simple, lock your doors. Here's a friendly reminder from our Public Information Officers.




Monday, November 28, 2016

Murder victim identified


On Monday, November 28 at approximately 4:30 a.m. the Marshall Police Department 
received a call about a shooting that occurred at a residence in the 1500 block of Grafton Street.  
When officers arrived at the residence, they found a deceased male from what appeared to be a gunshot wound.  

The victim’s identity is being withheld at this time pending next of kin notification.  Right now, no arrests have been made

The victim has been identified as 64-year-old Paul Sparks. No arrests have been made.

Chief Jesus “Eddie Campa stated, “Our condolences to Mr. Sparks’ family during this
time of grief. Our detectives are working vigorously to identify and apprehend the
suspect(s) responsible for this crime.”

Anyone with information about this case is urged to call the Marshall Police Department
at 903-935-4575 or the Marshall-Harrison County Crime Stoppers at 903-935-9969

Law 30 Make your Accomplishments Seem Effortless, By Ricardo Munoz

Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa stated that even though this is a very key element as a good leader it is imperative to show them how to fish so that they can eat everyday.  There will be a time when you walk away, leave it better then how you found it.

Your actions must seem natural and executed with ease. All the toil and practice that go into them, and also all the clever tricks, must be concealed. When you act, act effortlessly, as if you could do much more. Avoid the temptation of revealing how hard you work – it only raises questions. Teach no one your tricks or they will be used against you. 


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Law 29 Plan All the Way to the End

The ending is everything. Plan all the way to it, taking into account all the possible consequences, obstacles, and twists of fortune that might reverse your hard work and give the glory to others. By planning to the end you will not be overwhelmed by circumstances and you will know when to stop. Gently guide fortune and help determine the future by thinking far ahead. 


Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Law 28 Enter Action with Boldness

If you are unsure of a course of action, do not attempt it. Your doubts and hesitations will infect your execution. Timidity is dangerous: Better to enter with boldness. Any mistakes you commit through audacity are easily corrected with more audacity. Everyone admires the bold; no one honors the timid. 



Monday, November 21, 2016

31-year-old man arrested in San Antonio police detective's slaying

May justice be served on you swiftly and may God have no mercy on you. 
San Antonio police arrested a man Monday afternoon in the slaying of police Det. Benjamin Marconi.
SWAT arrested Otis Tyrone McKane, 31, without incident about 4:30 p.m. Monday at FM 1516 and Interstate 10, police Chief William McManus said.

At the time of the arrest, McKane, a San Antonio resident, was in a vehicle with an adult woman who was driving and a 2-year-old passenger, he said. 
"This has all been unfolding over the last 30 hours and we are all relieved to have taken him into custody without further loss of life," McManus said.
It's unclear whether anyone else was involved in the shooting and the investigation is ongoing, he said. 
Law enforcement followed a variety of leads that lead police to the suspect. After several hours of surveillance, officials conducted a felony traffic stop to arrest McKane, he said. 
"This afternoon we can all breath a little easier knowing the suspect who maliciously killed one of our SAPD officers is in custody," San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor said Monday. 
McKane has past charges of assault bodily injury and criminal trespass, according to Bexar County records. 
Marconi, 50, was fatally shot about 11:40 a.m. Sunday outside police headquarters. The shooter pulled up behind the detective's squad car, got out and walked over to the passenger side. 
The man fired twice, hitting Marconi once in the head, and fled in a black Mitsubishi Gallant with custom rims, police said. 
McKane was is in a different vehicle when he was arrested, but police found the Mitsubishi near his house and obtained a search warrant for it. 
Marconi, a 20-year veteran of the force, had been sitting in the car writing a ticket when he was shot. He was taken to San Antonio Military Medical Center where he died.  
McManus said Monday that he believes "the uniform was the target."

Marshall Police in action. Helping everyone in our community "Putting Our Community First"


Law 25 Re-Create Yourself ...by Ricardo Munoz

Law 25 Re-Create Yourself 


Do not accept the roles that society foists on you. Re-create yourself by forging a new identity, one that commands attention and never bores the audience. Be the master of your own image rather than letting others define it for you. Incorporate dramatic devices into your public gestures and actions – your power will be enhanced and your character will seem larger than life

Sunday, November 20, 2016

San Antonio Cop Fatally Shot While Giving Out Traffic Ticket


The Marshall Police Department has you and your family in our prayers. 



Detective Benjamin Marconi San Antonio police officer was shot and killed while writing a traffic ticket, a shooting that officials indicated appeared to be a targeted attack.
San Antonio Police Chief William McManus told the press that while the officer was writing a ticket, someone pulled up behind the squad car, stepped out of his vehicle and shot the officer twice, once in the head. The shooter then drove off.
“It’s always difficult, especially in this this day and age, where police are being targeted across the country,” McManus said.

Law 23 Concentrate Your Forces by Ricardo Munoz

Law 23 Concentrate Your Forces

Not sure I fully agree with this one.  I know what it is saying, but sometimes if you go to the well to often it will soon dry up.  I would say stay loyal to the fat cow, but also spread the wealth and you too shall be surprised at the generosity of the smaller cow.

Conserve your forces and energies by keeping them concentrated at their strongest point. You gain more by finding a rich mine and mining it deeper, than by flitting from one shallow mine to another – intensity defeats extensity every time. When looking for sources of power to elevate you, find the one key patron, the fat cow who will give you milk for a long time to come. 

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Marshall Crime Rate down


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Law 22 Use the Surrender Tactic: Transform Weakness into Power by Ricardo Munoz

Law 22 Use the Surrender Tactic: Transform Weakness into Power 



When you are weaker, never fight for honor’s sake; choose surrender instead. Surrender gives you time to recover, time to torment and irritate your conqueror, time to wait for his power to wane. Do not give him the satisfaction of fighting and defeating you – surrender first. By turning the other check you infuriate and unsettle him. Make surrender a tool of power. 

Friday, November 18, 2016

Law 21 Play a Sucker to Catch a Sucker – Seem Dumber than your Mark...by Ricardo Munoz


In speaking with Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa he told me that this is a great move to employ. "Eventually people will catch on to your game, but by the time they do you have given them so much rope they will just hang themselves."  





Law 21 Play a Sucker to Catch a Sucker – Seem Dumber than your Mark
No one likes feeling stupider than the next persons. The trick, is to make your victims feel smart – and not just smart, but smarter than you are. Once convinced of this, they will never suspect that you may have ulterior motives.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Law 19 Know Who You’re Dealing with – Do Not Offend the Wrong Person

Jesus Eddie Campa stated that a person should always keep this in mind.  There are some people in life that have nothing to do but to try and destroy you for the mere fact that in their mind you offended them at some point.  In my case when I go home for the day I don't think about those that dislike me or do not agree with me.  Life is to short for that and I still have many dreams to reach.  I place my energy in making my dreams a reality.  In turn there are those that will make it their life mission to destroy you for whatever reason they feel that you offended them.  The funny thing is that those people that do this know that they will never be in the same league as you and will only feel self worth by talking bad or creating false hoods about you.

I will let you in on a secrete.  The best form of revenge is success.  Only the ignorant  hold on to a grudge and spend their time trying to destroy you.



Law 19 Know Who You’re Dealing with – Do Not Offend the Wrong Person 

There are many different kinds of people in the world, and you can never assume that everyone will react to your strategies in the same way. Deceive or outmaneuver some people and they will spend the rest of their lives seeking revenge. They are wolves in lambs’ clothing. Choose your victims and opponents carefully, then – never offend or deceive the wrong person.  

There are those that live and die by this mantra 


Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Law 18 Do Not Build Fortresses to Protect Yourself – Isolation is Dangerous

Chief Jesus Eddie Campa has decided to discontinue the roll out of the 48 Laws of Power.  "I feel that at this time there is no need to go over all 48 Laws of Power, but to rather just highlight the remaining  Laws that he agrees with and implements.  We have covered the first ten Laws and will know just go over the remaining Laws that fit the success of the Chief and his leadership style.


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The world is dangerous and enemies are everywhere – everyone has to protect themselves. A fortress seems the safest. But isolation exposes you to more dangers than it protects you from – it cuts you off from valuable information, it makes you conspicuous and an easy target. Better to circulate among people find allies, mingle. You are shielded from your enemies by the crowd.

Law 10 Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky... By Ricardo Munoz


Jesus "Eddie" Campa " This should be in the top five."


Law 10 Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky 

You can die from someone else’s misery – emotional states are as infectious as disease. You may feel you are helping the drowning man but you are only precipitating your own disaster. The unfortunate sometimes draw misfortune on themselves; they will also draw it on you. Associate with the happy and fortunate instead. 

Monday, November 14, 2016

Law 9 Win through your Actions, Never through Argument... By Ricardo Munoz



Jesus "Eddie" Campa "This is one of the most important Laws of all"



Law 9 Win through your Actions, Never through Argument:

Any momentary triumph you think gained through argument is really a Pyrrhic victory: The resentment and ill will you stir up is stronger and lasts longer than any momentary change of opinion. It is much more powerful to get others to agree with you through your actions, without saying a word. Demonstrate, do not explicate. 

Sunday, November 13, 2016

California police capture suspect accused of deputy's murder


Chief Jesus Eddie Campa stated via phone "Once again we have lost a brother in a senseless murder.  The Marshall Police Department and the City of Marshall stand with the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department.  As I have stated in the past the senseless murders of police officers needs to stop."  

California police on Sunday captured a "known criminal" accused of shooting a sheriff's deputy twice in the head at point-blank range after the officer discovered the suspect in a stolen vehicle.

Multiple tacticalunits had been engaged in the manhunt for David Machado, 36, who is alleged to have carjacked a driver in Keyes just minutes after he murdered Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy Dennis Wallace on Sunday morning.
"We know the gun used in the crime was in direct contact with [Wallace's] head when the trigger was pulled twice," Sheriff Adam Christianson said during a news conference. "This was a direct execution."
Machado was already wanted on a felony warrant for unspecified criminal activity when Wallace, in his uniform and driving a marked police vehicle, entered the Fox Grove Recreation and Fishing Access park at 8:24 a.m. Wallace spotted a suspicious vehicle and, after a dispatcher told Wallace the vehicle was stolen, he requested backup.
Moments later, Wallace was dead.
Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy Dennis Wallace 
By the time backup arrived, the suspect was gone. The subsequent carjacking of a Kia Rio occurred at 8:40 a.m. local time. The carjacking victim identified Machado as the man who stole the car, police said.
Machado later abandoned the stolen van and carjacked an escape vehicle in the nearby city of Keyes, according to the sheriff's department. He was arrested hours later 150 miles south of Hughson in the town of Lindsay after he tried to steal a woman's purse at a convenience store, Christianson said.
The woman fought Machado and called Lindsay police, prompting him to run from the scene. Officers chased after him on foot and took him into custody without incident, Christianson said.

Lindsay officers didn't initially recognize Machado as the suspect in the killing of Wallace. But once he was in custody, they identified him through tattoos and a photograph and immediately contacted the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department, Christianson said.
Wallace, 53, was a 20-year veteran of the department who Christianson said was well known for his involvement in community programs such as D.A.R.E.
"Unfortunately, we do this far too often here in California and nationwide," Christianson said. "You have to ask yourself the question: 'Where does it stop, where does it end?'"
Wallace is the fourth officer killed in the line of duty in SCSD history, according to the department's website. The previous death occurred in April 2012 when Deputy Sheriff Robert Paris was gunned down while serving an eviction notice.



Saturday, November 12, 2016

Law 8 Make other People come to you – use Bait if Necessary....By Ricardo Munoz

Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa said that this is a good Law to follow, but know when to use it.  He stated never over use it.



LAW # 8: When you force the other person to act, you are the one in control. It is always better to make your opponent come to you, abandoning his own plans in the process. Lure him with fabulous gains – then attack. You hold the cards.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Two officers shot during search for fugitive on Boise Bench in Boise

The Marshall Police Department stands by our brothers in blue in Boise.  We pray for a quick recovery for our brothers.  This senseless shooting and killing of police officers needs to stop,  




BOISE -- Two police officers and a wanted man have been shot during a standoff on the Boise Bench Friday afternoon.
Both officers have been rushed to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center.
An emotional Boise Police Chief Bill Bones told reporters at the hospital Friday evening that one of the officers in in surgery, and the other is being treated in the emergency room. The conditions of the officers have not yet been released. 
"We had a serious tragedy in the city of Boise tonight, both for our police department and our community," he said.
Police say they believe the shooter is 33-year-old Marco Romero, although Bones said his identity has not been confirmed with 100 percent certainty. The suspect was shot and killed.
Romero was wanted in connection with a double shooting in Meridian Tuesday night that injured two.
Friday's shooting near the intersection of Irving and Wilson streets happened as police were doing a yard-to-yard search for Romero, who was spotted in the area by neighbors earlier Friday.
Jardo, a K9 police dog was also shot and is in surgery at WestVet on Chinden Boulevard, Bones said. 
"I would ask that the prayers of the citizens of Boise are out there tonight for our officers to make sure they come through this OK," Bones said.


As he fought back tears, the chief said the Boise Police Department is rallying around the injured officers.
 
"Obviously we have a lot of people, a lot of staff and a lot of officers coming tgether, the concerns of all our department are here," he said. "I would ask that we don't have an overwhelming response, that we leave the hospital here to do what they do to make sure our officers get the treatment that they need and stay clear. But those words of encouragement, those thoughts and as I said, most importantly your prayers for the welfare of our officers tonight."
 
Boise Police used the reserve 911 system to tell residents in the area north of Emerald and east of Orchard to stay inside their homes. Reporters at the scene were told earlier to move back in case of "rifle fire."
 
A woman who identified herself as Romero's sister stood sobbing at the edge of the yellow crime tape with a group of people after the shooting. One member of the group called out to police, yelling "why can't you tell us?"
 
Police had previously warned that Romero should be considered armed and dangerous after investigators say he shot and injured a man and woman at the Cherry Lane Apartments. The suspect had been released on parole last month.
 
Authorities said Romero's family had reported he was acting strangely, and warned that he may have been planning additional acts of violence.  Romero was also believed to be connected to the carjacking of an 89-year-old in Meridian Thursday. 
 
Dispatchers say police were originally called out to the Irving Street area because a stolen vehicle had been recovered. It's unclear if that car is the vehicle taken during the carjacking. 
 
Jake Chapple, who lives in the neighborhood, said the shooting came as a "complete shock."
He said he rushed from work after his wife called in a panic, telling him that there were police everywhere.
"That's very nerve-racking, I'm still shaking a little bit," he said.
Chapple's wife had just picked up one of their children from school when the shooting started, he said.
"I walked out and we started hearing gunshots, and I was like 'get inside now,'" he said.
Friday's shooting marks the third shooting involving police in the Treasure Valley in less than 24 hours. The Critical Incident Task Force, led by Garden City Police, will investigate the shooting. 
The last time a Boise Police officer was shot was in June, when an officer responding to a shooting at a Bridlewood Court home was shot once in the chest. The officer was wearing a bulletproof vest, and escaped serious injury.

Law 7 Get others to do the Work for you, but Always Take the Credit, "Never do this" ...By Ricardo Munoz

Jesus Eddie Campa made it very clear that this is not one of the Laws that he follows or believes in.  He stated that credit is to be given to those that helped you accomplish the mission.  He stated that a true leader will always praise those that helped him and would never take the credit for something that he did not do.  Chief Jesus Eddie Campa stated that one must make their employees feel appreciated and allow them to have a sense of being vested in the mission in order to keep the flow moving forward.  Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa stated "  This is one of the laws that I do not support or endorse.  I have found that one gets further with honey, then with vinegar."

I would strike this law of power out of the 48



Use the wisdom, knowledge, and legwork of other people to further your own cause. Not only will such assistance save you valuable time and energy, it will give you a godlike aura of efficiency and speed. In the end your helpers will be forgotten and you will be remembered. Never do yourself what others can do for you.

Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa does not follow this law and feels that this is a misguided approach to accomplish the mission. "Do what is right all the time, because it is the right thing."


Thursday, November 10, 2016

Law 6 Court Attention at all Cost ...By Ricardo Munoz

Chief Campa stated "This can work for you and against you.  Make sure to do it in a tasteful manner.  Make sure to be respectful at all times as Law #5 stated Reputation is everything. 





Everything is judged by its appearance; what is unseen counts for nothing. Never let yourself get lost in the crowd, then, or buried in oblivion. Stand out. Be conspicuous, at all cost. Make yourself a magnet of attention by appearing larger, more colorful, more mysterious, than the bland and timid masses. 


Jesus Eddie Campa was given the 48 Laws of Power by a mentor.  After I asked Jesus Eddie Campa for the secretes for his success he asked me to give him some time to reflect on several things. In the mean time Campa gave me a copy of the 48 Laws of Power that was given to him.  Campa has promised to come back and fill me in on his secretes to success after I am done posting them.  

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Law 5 So Much Depends on Reputation – Guard it with your Life ...By Ricardo Munoz



Your Reputation is a major part of who you are.  In today's world there are some that will go to great lengths to attempt to ruin you. They will create lies and write fake stories about you on tabloid right wing sites.  They will hide under the comments section as an anonymous writer.  When this happens and your reputation takes a hit, stand tall and Ride the Wave.  What you do next will shatter their false words, with your true actions, stated Jesus Eddie Campa.  




Reputation is the cornerstone of power. Through reputation alone you can intimidate and win; once you slip, however, you are vulnerable, and will be attacked on all sides. Make your reputation unassailable. Always be alert to potential attacks and thwart them before they happen. Meanwhile, learn to destroy your enemies by opening holes in their own reputations. Then stand aside and let public opinion hang them.






Law 4 Always Say Less than Necessary ...Ricardo Munoz


 When you are trying to impress people with words, the more you say, the more common you appear, and the less in control. Even if you are saying something banal, it will seem original if you make it vague, open-ended, and sphinxlike. Powerful people impress and intimidate by saying less. The more you say, the more likely you are to say something foolish



Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Marshall PD seeks tips in hit & run that left man in critical condition

MARSHALL, TX (KSLA) -
Marshall police have released a more detailed description of a pickup truck believed to have been involved in a hit and run Monday evening that left one man with life-threatening injuries.
Officers were called to the 1500 block of East Houston Street at 6:48 p.m. in response to reports of a vehicle hitting a pedestrian and leaving the scene of the crash. 
When they arrived, first responders found an older man lying in the roadway at the intersection of East Houston St. and Hazelwood St. 

Witnesses say they heard the crash that left a man lying in the roadway Monday evening at East Houston St. and Hazelwood St. in Marshall, TX before they saw a pickup truck leaving the scene. (Source: Marshall Police Department)
  Marshall police have released this photo of a truck that is believed to be a similar make and model as the one reportedly seen leaving the scene of a hit and run on Monday evening. (Source: Marshall Police Department)
The man, whose name has not yet been released, was taken to Good Shepherd Medical Center in Marshall with what are described as life-threatening injuries. As of Tuesday morning, he was listed in critical condition. 
Initial reports suggested that a black Dodge, 2-door pickup truck, believed to be a single cab with a short wheel base and aftermarket pipes and rims struck the man before fleeing the scene. Later reports suggested the pickup truck may be a Dodge dully with a grill guard on the front.
“This type of behavior will not be tolerated in the City of Marshall," said Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa in a statement released Monday night.
On Tuesday, Chief Campa released an additional statement urging anyone who has any information about the incident to notify police as soon as possible.
"Keeping our community safe is our highest priority,” Campa said. 
Anyone with information about the crime or identity of the driver of the truck is urged to call the Marshall Police Department at 903-935-4575 or the Marshall-Harrison County Crime Stoppers at 903-935-9969.

Law 3 Conceal your Intentions....By Ricardo Munoz





Keep people off-balance and in the dark by never revealing the purpose behind your actions. If they have no clue what you are up to, they cannot prepare a defense. Guide them far enough down the wrong path, envelope them in enough smoke, and by the time they realize your intentions, it will be too late. 

Monday, November 7, 2016

Law 2 of Power... by Rricardo Munoz






                                  #2 Never put too Much Trust in Friends,

Learn how to use EnemiesBe wary of friends-they will betray you more quickly, for they are easily aroused to envy. They also become spoiled and tyrannical. But hire a former enemy and he will be more loyal than a friend, because he has more to prove. In fact, you have more to fear from friends than from enemies. If you have no enemies, find a way to make them. 


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Sunday, November 6, 2016

Law #1 of Power ...By Ricardo Munoz


I had the opportunity to talk to Chief Jesus Eddie Campa the other day for a while.  I asked him if he would share his secret to success with us and he said that he would share something that has helped him get to where he is today.  He stated that while he follows and believes in this, it is not what makes him.  He said that he would share the true secrete with me once we run down all 48 powers.  He said that his mentor Mr. Dipp shared this with him.

Jesus Eddie Campa stated: "In the following weeks I  will be posting 1 of the 48 laws of power each day until we get to the last one.  I have come to understand this in the last 44 years of my life and find it that this is why I have been successful in my area.  In the first power I feel that I will never do what it says as I consider my master to be God.  there are times though when we must remember that we all answer to a boss above us.  So when you do make sure to make the boss feel as equally as important."


 Always make those above you feel comfortably superior. In your desire to please or impress them, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite – inspire fear and insecurity. Make your masters appear more brilliant than they are and you will attain the heights of power.



Dallas Cowboys chasing 7 straight

Frazier, L. McFadden Active To Help Cowboys With Injuries In The Secondary say's Jesus Eddie Campa

Sunday, November 06, 2016 10:40 AM CST





CLEVELAND – This might be as uneventful as the Cowboys’ inactives have been all season.
Of course, they’re dealing with some important injuries as they prepare to kick off against the Cleveland Browns. Starters Morris Claiborne and Barry Churchare out, and swing tackle Chaz Green is sitting for the fourth-consecutive game. There’s also the well-documented issue of Tony Romo’s absence.
But with all four of those players being ruled out on Friday afternoon, there’s not much suspense to worry about. In addition to those four, the Cowboys’ other three inactives are Darius JacksonMark Nzeocha and Ryan Davis.
Davis is missing his second-straight game with a hamstring injury. Jackson and Nzeocha are healthy scratches to make way for other roster activity.
Notably, that activity will come in the secondary as a result of the injuries to Church and Claiborne. Kavon Frazier will be active for the fourth time this season to serve as depth behind J.J. Wilcox and Jeff Heath. In his previous three appearances on the game day roster, he did not participate in the action – though that seems likely to change thanks to the injury issues.
At cornerback, Leon McFadden will make his first appearance of the season and will wear No. 23. McFadden was called up from the practice squad on Saturday afternoon to help offset Claiborne’s injury. McFadden was actually the 68th overall pick by the Browns in the 2013 NFL Draft, but he spent time with five other teams before landing in Dallas.
The Cowboys will turn to Orlando Scandrick and Anthony Brown to ease the injury problems, but the added depth was a necessity.
With Green again sitting out, Emmett Cleary will serve as the No. 3 tackle for the Dallas offensive line. Tyron Smith’s back injury hasn’t limited him in any games over the past month, but that still bears monitoring if something should happen to him in-game.
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Friday, November 4, 2016

The mysterious story of “IT” arriving in Marshall, Texas and the Cool Cops that brought “It” to you… By Ricardo Munoz.

For weeks the Marshall Police Department’s Police Chief Jesus Eddie Campa had been teasing of a surprise that would becoming to Marshall, Texas.  The date for the unveiling was set for Aug 24, 2016 at the City in the Park Back to School Cook Out.  For weeks cryptic video messages appeared on the MPD's and Chief’s Campa’s Facebook page.  The community of Marshall did not know what to expect as there had been a lot of speculation and mystery surrounding what exactly was coming to the city.  The only hint we had was that “It” was coming.  We have included several of the cryptic messages to this story.   



In speaking to Chief Jesus Eddie Campa I found a leader that truly understands the concept of community policing and is not scared to embrace it as his primary policing strategy.  Many law enforcement agencies talk about community policing and claim to have an understanding of community policing, but don't believe in it.  In order for a police agency to have a successful community policing program it must be understood and accepted by the head of the agency and the officers of the agency.

It has been a great privilege to see Chief Campa and the officers of the MPD change the culture of the City of Marshall with it's aggressive approach and forward thinking about community policing.  The feeling in the air in Marshall has changed so much in the past two years, you can see a massive change and it's all due to the change of policing strategies.  The community has come together in support of the new direction that the city is taking and it was all due to the proactive approach of the police department.    



 Finally the big day arrived and Chief Campa unveiled “It”.  It turned out to be the latest community policing tool the Marshall Police Department had added to its arsenal of community trust building initiatives.   "IT" turned out to be an ice cream truck and no longer would be referred to as It. The Cool Cops Ice Cream truck had arrived to Marshall.  The Marshall Police Department converted their old SWAT vehicle into an ice cream truck.  They partnered up with a local graphic company who donated the new graphics to outfit the Cool Cops Ice Cream Truck.  Chief Campa was able to secure Blue Bell Ice Cream as the official sponsor of the Cool Cops.

Cool Cops was established to build relationships with today's youth.  Chief Campa told me that his plan was to show the children that just because they see lights and sirens does not mean that something bad is going to happen.  It can just be the Cool Cops bringing Ice Cream to a neighborhood, school. special event, or to the park.  Today when society is turning it's back on police everywhere it is important to start showing and educating the children that the police are the good guys and are here to help.  Cool Cops seems like a great way to build those relationships and reshape the way our youth look at the police.   

Why we created NCNL...By Ricardo Munoz and Jesus Eddie Campa


                                  Jesus Eddie Campa - established NCNL in 2015


Growing up in a community that is diverse and vibrant, because of its location and its real estate, sheltered me from the truth of racism. I always knew it existed, as I read about it in our history books, watched it on the news, saw the changes that it was causing, and in the profession I have spent the last 21 years serving in, yet, I had never actually experienced it. It was not until I traveled to a different state that I was exposed to racism firsthand. I was told that I was the wrong color and race to be applying for the top cop position in that community.
After a few days in the community, I realized that I was indeed not welcomed and was only brought in for an interview to meet some affirmative action quota. I was exposed to racism again after becoming the Police Chief of a town in East Texas and was shocked at how openly racism was accepted there.
The main issue here was that it had been going on for so long that it almost seemed to be accepted as natural or normal behavior. I arrived at a time when the anti-police sentiment was beginning to brew heavily around the country.
I was shocked at how several people in the community were treated because of the color of their skin or because of their social-economic status.
In talking to the community, many felt that the police were racially motivated, and did not trust us. The reality was that this was a misconception built on by years of misunderstood criticism on both ends of the spectrum. This is what led me to create the ‘No Colors No Labels Initiative.’ Through education, transparency, partnerships, food, unity and faith. the world could change and unite to put an end to racial misconceptions.
To find out more about NCNL, call (903)935-4543 or email nocolorsnolabels@gmail.com. Follow us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/nocolorsnolabels and on Twitter @nocolorsnolabels. Visit the website at http://ncnl.org.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

A parolee faces firearms and drug charges..... By Jesus Eddie Campa


MARSHALL, TX (KSLA) -
A parolee faces firearms and drug charges, and additional charges could be filed against him, authorities say.



Marshall, Texas, police arrested 39-year-old Kelvin Dewayne Brown on Nov. 1 as a result of a search they conducted as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation.
Authorities reportedly found several guns, methamphetamine, marijuana and suspected stolen property in a residence in the 400 block of Spruce Street about 7 a.m. 
Brown was booked into Harrison County Jail on 1 count each of being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana. 

Marshall Police Chief Jesus Eddie Campa stated that "Marshall is no longer a safe haven for criminal activity."