CAPROCK PEACE OFFICER ASSOCIATION

Caprock Peace Officer Association

The Caprock Peace Officer Association was organized in May 1949 by six men meeting at the Wood Ranch twenty miles South of Spur on the South Bank of the Salt Fork of the Brazos River. Cecil Fox and Horace Wood were the promoters of the meeting. The chapter members were Cecil Fox, Charlie Kimmel, Horace Cage, V. C. Smart, Horace Wood, and J. R. Whitmire. The first meeting in 1949 was held in the evening with chicken supper. The chicken was cooked underground by Cecil Fox. Since that time the meeting has been held in the daytime with barbecue as the noon meal.

Check out this years Caprock Peace Officers Association Meeting.

The 65th Anniversary of the Caprock Peace Officer's Association is dedicated to Jimmy Isbell. Jimmy began his law enforcement career with Crosby County in November 1981 as a jailer for Sheriff Fred Owen. He worked for Sheriff Red Riley after he was appointed Sheriff in May 1982 and was promoted to Chief Deputy in October 1988 and served as Chief Deputy until January 2000. Jimmy went on to work in the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division for Sheriff David Guiterrez from January 2000 until November 2005. During this time he served as a Task Force Officer for the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. Jimmy is currently working as an Investigator for the Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney Matt Powell. Jimmy has over 31 years in law enforcement and has been a member of the Caprock Peace Officer Association for 29 years.

ROUGH SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

REGISTRATION BEGINS: ........................................ 9:00 AM

RIOT GUN TRAP SHOOT: ........................................ 9:00 AM UNTIL COMPLETION

HORSESHOE PITCHING: ........................................ 9:00 AM UNTIL COMPLETION

P. P. C. JACKPOT SHOOT: ........................................ 9:00 AM UNTIL COMPLETION

TACTICAL SKILLS CHALLENGE: ........................................ 9:00 AM UNTIL COMPLETION

CHUCKWAGON LUNCH: ........................................ NOON

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND INVOCATION: ........................................ 1:00 PM

PRESENTATION: ........................................ 1:00 PM

DOOR PRIZE DRAWING: ........................................ 1:30 PM

PISTOL SHOOT FINALS: ........................................ 2:00 PM

PLAQUE PRESENTATIONS: ........................................ 3:00 PM

EVENTS

SHOOTING GROUPS:

  1. SHERIFFS, DEPUTIES, SHERIFF'S OFFICE PERSONNEL, MAGISTRATES

  2. STATE GAME WARDENS

  3. DPS (ALL BRANCHES), TEXAS RANGES, FIRE MARSHALS

  4. CITY OFFICERS, CONSTABLES, MARSHALS, SECURITY OFFICERS

  5. FEDERAL OFFICERS, F.B.I, BORDER PATROL, CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL


  1. ALL GUESTS, NON-LAW ENFORCEMENT VISTORS, SHERIFF'S POSSE, PREACHERS, AND EXPERTS
  1. MASTERS DIVISION

RIOT GUN TRAP SHOOT - $5.00 PER SHOOTER

CONTESTANTS WILL SHOOT TRAP USING ASSOCIATION SUPPLIED RIOT SHOTGUNS. THE ASSOCIATION WILL ALSO SUPPLY 10 SHOT SHELLS AND CLAY PIGEONS. FIRST, SECOND, & THIRD PLACE PLAQUES WILL BE AWARDED TO TOP THREE SHOOTERS.

HORSESHOE PITCHING - $5.00 PER TEAM

FIRST, SECOND, & THIRD PLACE PLAQUES WILL AWARDED TO TOP THREE TEAMS

P. P. C. JACKPOT SHOOT - $5.00 PER SHOOTER

P. P. C. JACKPOT SHOOT WILL BE A 60-ROUND COURSE. SHOOTERS MUST SUPPLY OWN AMMUNITION. BRING PLENTY OF AMMUNITION. OFFICERS WHO WISH TO BE TCLEOSE QUALIFIED ON HANDGUN AND SHOTGUN WILL BE CHARGED $10.00.

SCHOLARSHIP TACTICAL SKILLS CHALLENGE - $5.00 PER SHOOTER PER ATTEMPT

THIS YEAR'S EVENT CONTESTANTS WILL BE COMPETING IN A MORE CHALLENGING COURSE OF FIRE, INCLUDING THE TESTING OF THE SHOOTER'S ABILITY TO NEUTRALIZE A "ZOMBIE" BOWLING PIN APOCALYPSE. THE SHOOTER, AS THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE, MUST NEUTRALIZE THE THREAT, "SPARING" THE POPULATION FROM CERTAIN DEATH OR UN-DEATH IN THE CASE OF ZOMBIES. DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO "STRIKE" DOWN THE UNDEAD? CONTESTANTS SHOULD HAVE A MINUMUM OF 24 ROUNDS (MORE IS RECOMMENDED).