Border Patrol Supervisors’ Association

Welcome to the Border Patrol Supervisors’ Association (BPSA) website. The BPSA was established in 1990 in San Diego, California, to provide Legal Defense Coverage for its members. Through affiliated membership with the Police Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), the BPSA also provides its members access to other great discount programs and insurances such as Personal, Accidental Insurance, Health, Home, and Auto coverage. Our main goal in today’s litigious society is to provide coverage for our members in the performance of their duties while on or off duty. For coverage information, please visit our coverage page.

The BPSA has grown from under 100 members in San Diego CA in 2004 to about 700 members nationwide. We have the majority of members in San Diego Sector but also have membership spread out throughout the 20 sectors, to include DC Headquarters. Our executive board has continued to serve our members on a volunteer basis by ensuring dues to our parent organization, PORAC and the PORAC Legal Defense Fund (LDF), stay current so we can continue having legal coverage.

We acknowledge the majority of members join the BPSA for LDF coverage and think it ends there. It does not. The BPSA engages with its members to provide support in the times of needs, offers annual Scholarship opportunities, retirement gifts, and the annual Christmas Party in San Diego, California, among the day-to-day support and engagement with supervisors’ questions.

The BPSA strives to support causes that impact its members. While we have donation limits, the BPSA supports its members and the organization in one way or another. In May 2022, the BPSA voted on an immediate monetary contribution to the family of any active BPSA member who passes on or off duty. Feel free to contact to discuss any support you wish the BPSA to help with or if you have any questions.

   Uvalde Crisis (Welfare Check)

5/25/2022: Welfare Check – Uvalde Crisis – The Border Patrol Supervisors’ Association would like to take this time to do a welfare check from our BPSA members impacted by these events. Please contact me via phone, text, or email if you need any support. Currently, CBP and USBP have deployed Tier teams consisting of clinicians, peer support, and resiliency teams. Additionally, our EMT, SOD teams, civilians, and children have been exposed to horrific scenes, and the different Del Rio Sector/Station Morale and Welfare and Recreation need our support. While the Border Patrol Supervisors’ Association would love to donate as much as we can, we are bound by donation limits and limited to supporting our members. To be able to support one way or another, we have contacted some POCs in Del Rio Sector.

Here is the info for Del Rio local MWR(s). Please share and help support those in need during these critical times. Thank you.

For all of the accounts - *Please add a note specifying “Donation for Uvalde”

Del Rio Sector
Cash App - $MWRDRT
Del Rio Station
Uvalde Station
PayPal -
Eagle Pass South
Cash App - $EGSWR925
PayPal -
Eagle Pass North
Cash App - $EGTWELFARE921
PayPal - EaglePassNorth
Carrizo Springs
Cash App - $CARMWR
Employment Assistance Program (Get 12 free sessions per situation)
1-800-755-7002 or 1-770-951-8021 (contact us for password)

Sending prayers to the families, first responders, and to everyone who was impacted by this and other impactful situations.
Lizette Solares
BSPA President
Border Patrol Supervisors Association

  Covid Hazardous Duty Pay Lawsuit

  • Executive Board Members will be primary litigants all others will be asked to sign up at a later time.
  • Any inquiries to be sent to POC’s Yesenia Navarro and Zirivan Mohammad Members; reach out to
  • Status: same status as previous General Board meetings
  • BOP pending their appeal status
  • The law firm would like to have two separate categories: Administrative & Enforcement
  • Administrative represents DC/HQ and Sector level management who were not working in close contact with line agents and detainees
  • Discussion about the benefits of including non-bargaining, non-BPSA members in the Hazardous Duty Lawsuit:
    • Larger number of lawsuit members could have a larger impact
    • James Robertson, VP, motioned to include GS-1896 non-bargaining armed personnel into the class action lawsuit for both BPSA members and non-members (i.e., non-BPSA supervisors, BPA-Ps, BPA-I, SOD/SOG (BORSTAR/BORTAC)). Motion was second by Yesenia Navarro. Motion was approved; will discuss further steps as more details are discussed with representing attorneys
  • Still seeking volunteers for deposition from HQ level management (Those who have expressed interest, please ensure you have received acknowledgement from the POCs – Yesenia Navarro and Zirivan Mohammad)
  • Law firm would like to conduct depositions
  • AFGE question: What is the difference between the lawsuit the BPSA is participating in and the general federal employee lawsuit?
  • AFGE is open to all federal employees. The lawsuit the BPSA is participating in has an emphasis on law enforcement duties along with the inherent dangers of exposure due to USBP’s unique and dynamic work environment.
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5/6/2022 to 7/1/2022

  2022 Scholarship Application

The BPSA is inviting scholarship applications from students whose parent or legal guardian is an active member of the BPSA, spouses or dependents of members who have died in the line of duty, and children of honorary members (retired USBP Supervisors) whose active record is maintained by BPSA (excludes current Honorary members or spouses of current or honorary members; they are not eligible for application). Please see the application for complete eligibility requirements.

The deadline for application is June 30, 2022.

  New Membership Application

The BPSA has just released its new membership application in a fillable PDf format. Please follow the directions on the form and note the change in dues to $15 per pay period.

  2022 Scholarship Recipients

The BPSA is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Scholarships. Please click below to learn more about the program and view a list of this year’s recipients. Congratulations!

  Vaccine Mandates

The link below is to a PORAC Membership Update dated August 16, 2021 on the subject of vaccine mandates in the workplace.

PORAC Membership Update - Vaccine Mandates

Executive Board

  • Lizette Solares, President
  • James Robertson, Vice President
  • Yesenia Navarro, Secretary
  • Gabriel Gonzalez, Treasurer
  • Zirivan Mohammad, Sgt. at Arms