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Mission Statement

The mission of the Accessible Parking Enforcement Program (APEP) is to EDUCATE the public and ENFORCE the law by issuing citations to those people who violate the Texas Traffic Code (T.T.C.) chapter 681. The importance of what our volunteers are trained to perform, requires that each applicant completes a thorough screening and training process. APEP volunteers represent the Longview Police Department and it's officers and must conduct themselves accordingly. This very specialized program requires the highest level of personal integrity and willingness to serve as it involves enforcing Texas, and City of Longview, traffic laws. If a citizen violates the law and receives a citation it can result in a hefty fine. The program also requires the ability to educate individuals regarding the laws we enforce. Those that participate in the APEP program take their duty very seriously

Description

Volunteers are required to undergo a vigorous screening process since they become sworn volunteer civilian officers. They are authorized to write tickets for the violations outlined in Texas Transportation Code 681. They undergo Classroom training, field training, courtroom training and observation...
For more info contact:
Program Director
Officer Misty Ryan
mryan@longviewtexas.gov
903-331-2541 cell
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George F Zerucha, M.T.S, APEP27
Civilian Asst Director APEP Unit
903-251-4747 Cell
apepzerucha@yahoo.com

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