Service Before Self, Honor Above All


Next Unidos Meeting: December 8, 2015

unidosThe Arlington Police Department and the City of Arlington invite the Hispanic community to learn more about the many services and programs available to assist them.

Speaker: Various healthcare providers will share information and will provide free screenings.

Special Guest: SANTA

Join us at a Unidos meeting to learn more about a variety of important topics, including these listed below:

  • Immigrationunidos1
  • Family & Domestic Violence
  • Health Insurance
  • Municipal Court Procedures
  • Jail Procedures
  • Real Estate
  • Fraud
  • Tax Preparations

And More …

Unidos Meetings are held quarterly on the first Tuesday of the month from 7— 8 p.m. at Sam Houston High School located at 2000 Sam Houston Drive in Arlington. For exact meeting dates please contact the Community Support Bureau at 817-459-5725.

What is Unidos?

Unidounidos2s is a Hispanic community outreach program designed to provide assistance to Spanish-speaking residents in Arlington. Unidos Meetings are held every quarter and conducted entirely in Spanish.

Unidos is hosted by the Arlington Police Department with additional support from City of Arlington departments. We   believe in two-way communication and the promotion of trust between the police and the community we serve.

What can I expect at a Unidos Meeting?

Meetings feature speakers and topics that are not necessarily police related. Subjects of interest can vary with relevance to the Hispanic community. Meetings focus on improving the quality of life for Spanish-speaking residents and families. Unidos acts as a resource information center. Spanish speaking officers are also available to meet one-on-one with residents to help them find answers to questions or solutions to individual needs. Unidos involves the participation of Hispanic community leaders, bilingual employees from other City of Arlington departments, and   Spanish-speaking professionals from across the community.