The Coalition Consortium
Consortium: : an agreement, combination, or group formed to
undertake an enterprise beyond the resources of any one member.
We'd like to invite you to become a member of our Coalition Consortium. This group has been established to ensure the safety and security of the Southwestern Border of the United States by assisting the elected Sheriffs and their personnel in the development of resources and skills through education and training. Your financial contributions are used to benefit your local Sheriff and the other 30 Sheriff’s across the Southwest Border.
Training Opportunities, Grant Writing Assistance, Crime Prevention Programs, and Public Safety Programs are just a few of the programs that are provided through your donation.
Honorary Members are citizens who choose to support the Border Sheriffs though financial contributions.
Silver Honorary Member
Benefits: Membership card with window decal
Yearly contribution: $25.00
Gold Honorary Membership
Benefits: Membership Card, Window Decal, Bumper Sticker
Yearly Contribution: $50.00
Platinum Honorary Membership
Benefits: Membership Card, Certificate, Window Decal, Bumper Sticker
Yearly Contribution: $100.00
Associate Membership Law Enforcement
Associate Members shall be non-voting members of the Coalitions and shall consist of individuals actively engaged OR retired in law enforcement, the legal process, or providing services to the law enforcement, and/or legal community.
Benefits: Membership Card, Window Decal, Bumper Sticker, Access to training conferences, Network of peers to share ideas, invitation to specialized training
Yearly Contribution: $50.00
Business membership serves as an example of how law enforcement and the business community can work together as partners for a safer and stronger community.
Business members show their support for Border Sheriffs programs and services by displaying their membership plaques and decals on the walls and windows of their offices and businesses.
Benefits: Membership Plaque(all plaques and year plates given out at next conference), Business Membership Card, Decal, Bumper Sticker
Yearly Contribution: $500.00
Benefits: Membership Plaque( all plaques and year plates given out at next conference), Business Membership Card, Decal, Bumper Sticker, Photo with their Sheriff
Yearly Contribution: $1,000.00
Provides the opportunity to showcase their latest products and services on a closer level with the Border Sheriffs and their key personnel. Allowing for the opportunities to network and build stronger relationships with the Sheriffs and includes:
Membership Plaque( all plaques and year plates give out at next conference), Membership Card, Bumper Sticker, Attendance at Conference, Discount sponsorship at Conference, Special recognition by Sheriffs at events, Priority Location at Conference, Web Page Logo(s) Use
Yearly Contribution: $3,000.00
A Regional Solution to a National Problem
Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition (TBSC) in Partnership
By Donald L. Reay
Executive Director, Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition
Southwestern Border Sheriffs' Coalition
Southwestern Border Sheriffs’ Coalition was organized to assist Sheriffs, who are empowered by their state constitutions, from Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California, whose counties are situated within 25 miles of the international boundary between the United States of America and the Republic of Mexico, with the protection of lives, property and the rights of the citizens and inhabitants, maintain order and public safety in the United States along the Republic of Mexico boundary, enforce laws impartially, and provide police services in partnership with other law enforcement agencies, organizations, and community partners. In so doing, the individual States and the Nation are better served by this collaboration.
(Paraphrased from our Bylaws)
Texas Border Sheriffs' Coalition
The Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition organized May 4, 2005, and is represented by the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of each respective County. Texas Sheriff's, empowered by the state constitution, are committed, from a national security perspective, to protect lives, property, and the rights of the people, maintain order and security in the United States along the Republic of Mexico Border, enforce the law impartially, and provide police service in partnership with other law enforcement agencies and community partners.
Southwestern Border Sheriff's Coalition
Sheriff Eusevio Salinas, Jr. has been in law enforcement for 35 years. He became Sheriff for Zavala County January 1, 1997.
Sheriff Salinas began his law enforcement career in 1984 with the City of Crystal City Police Department where he was assistant Chief of Police.
Sheriff Salinas has a long and distinguished history as a community leader in Zavala County where he serves on several boards and volunteers in numerous community and school events.
Sheriff Salinas has been, and continues to be, very involved in local, state, and federal agencies, where he has served twice as Chairman of the Texas Border Sheriff’s Coalition, has been an active member and is current Chairman of the Southwestern Border Sheriff’s Coalition. He is an active member of the Texas Jail Advisory Committee, serves on the Texas Sheriff’s Legislative committee, and also has served on the Federal Lone Star Fugitive Taskforce for over eight years. Sheriff Salinas also works very closely with the Drug Enforcement Agency, ICE, US Border Patrol, DPS, DPS Narcotics, DPS Auto Theft, US Marshall Services, Federal Fish and Wild Game.
Locally, Sheriff Salinas is the Chairman for the Wintergarden Women’s Shelter, is a member of the Vida y Salud Board of Directors, and is involved with the 4-H organization.
Sheriff Salinas is continually dedicated to making his community a better and safer place for all and continues his commitment to ensure the safety and security of the Southwestern Border of the United States by assisting elected Sheriffs and their personnel in the development of resources and skills through education and training.
Texas Border Sheriff's CoalItion
My name is Danny Dominguez and I have served as Sheriff of Presidio County, Texas since 1997. I began my career in law enforcement first serving as a deputy in Presidio County from 1991-1993. I served as an officer with Marfa Police Department from 1993 until my election as Sheriff in 1997. Presidio County is the fourth largest county in Texas, covering 3,856 square miles, 108 of which border with Mexico.
I have viewed my career in law enforcement as more than a job. It has become my mission, my calling, to serve and protect the public, holding myself to the highest standards, both in and out of uniform. Through the years I have come to know the sacrifices that we all make as law enforcement officers. It is this sense of sacrifice and dedication that makes us a brotherhood. We are able to come together with an understanding of each other that only exists within the law enforcement community.
Throughout my law enforcement career, my goal has always been to ensure the quality of life for all citizens through the effective and efficient delivery of law enforcement services. There are so many issues in our country regarding law enforcement today, and such a divide in the public’s perception of our duties. Justice, loyalty, dedication, and integrity to the offices I hold, and to the public we serve, have been the standards that I set for myself and those around me, on both a professional and personal level.
Clint McDonald, Executive Director, SWBSC/TBSC
William “Clint” McDonald
Clint began his law enforcement career with the Kimble County Sheriff’s Office in 1985. In 1996, he joined the Terrell County Sheriff’s Office as Deputy Sheriff/Jail Administrator and was promoted to Chief Deputy/Jail Administrator by the following year. In 2004, he was appointed Sheriff for 1 year, and then was elected for 3 full terms. He retired January 1, 2017
As a founding member of both Coalitions, Clint served 2 terms as Chairman of TBSC.
Clint was voted in as Executive Director of TBSC and SWBSC in March of 2018. He also served 1 term on the executive board of the Sheriff’s Association of Texas. Clint has also served 9 years as President to the Sanderson, Texas chapter of the Lions Club and has been a 20-year member of the Texas Tax Assessor-Collector’s Association.
It is a honor to serve!
For More Information about the
Southwestern Border Sheriff's Coalition
Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition
William "Clint" McDonald
Executive Director, TBSC
Please note that we have a new address and phone number!
PO Box 1107
Ft. Davis, TX 79734
Office: (432) 426-5007