City of Edinburg proudly announces Chief Jaime Ayala's appointment to state TCOLE Advisory Committee
f Jaime Ayala has been appointed to serve on the prestigious Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Advisory Committee for Law Enforcement Agency Standards. Chief Ayala has been designated as the Assistant Presiding Officer of this vital committee, charged with addressing and enhancing minimum standards for law enforcement agencies in the State of Texas.
Chief Ayala’s 35 years of extensive experience and dedication to public safety make him a valuable addition to the committee's leadership team. As the Assistant Presiding Officer for the TCOLE Advisory Committee, Chief Ayala will play a pivotal role in shaping policies, regulations, and procedures that govern law enforcement agencies across Texas. This appointment highlights the City of Edinburg's commitment to promoting excellence and professionalism within its law enforcement community.
"I am deeply honored to have been selected to serve on the TCOLE Advisory Committee. It is a responsibility I take with the utmost seriousness, and I am eager to collaborate with my fellow committee members to uphold and enhance the standards of law enforcement agencies throughout our great state," Chief Ayala said.
Chief Ayala was also elected President of the South Texas Police Chiefs Association in February and was voted in as an affiliate member of the Texas Police Chiefs Association in July.
The TCOLE Advisory Committees, established under Senate Bill 1445, also known as the TCOLE Sunset Bill, are a vital component of fulfilling TCOLE's mission to serve the people of Texas by ensuring that law enforcement professionals adhere to the highest standards of conduct and accountability.
The City of Edinburg congratulates Chief Jaime Ayala on this prestigious selection and looks forward to witnessing the positive impact of his contributions to law enforcement agency standards in Texas.