March 22, 2011 - Texas Senator Leticia Van de Putte - Author of SB 24; Anti-Human Trafficking Act
March 23, 2011 - Texas Representative Senfronia Thompson - Author of HB 7; Anti-Human Trafficking Act
September 27, 2010 - Captain Clete Buckaloo - Director of Law Enforcement, Attorney Gerenal
June 3, 2009 - Harold L. Hurtt - Houston Police Chief
The Lone Star State has been abundantly blessed with a dedicated group of individuals working together to protect Texans from those who would do them harm. From the sheriffs of our large counties and small towns, to the big-city officers walking the beat in our major metropolitan areas, Texas' law enforcement community is constantly laboring to keep the public safe.
Texas must do everything possible to ensure these brave men and women have the support and tools necessary to continue doing their jobs as well as they are able, and should know the gratitude of 24 million Texans rides with them on the job every single day.
» Gov. Perry announced nearly $800,00 in grants to combat human trafficking.
» Gov. Rick Perry announced initiatives to increase the monitoring and punishment of the most dangerous sex offenders, building on the success of recent initiatives like the Texas Ten Most Wanted Sex Offender list. Click here to see the list of the governor's initiatives.
News & Announcements
Wednesday, April 03, 2002 Executive Order
RP12 - Relating to Emergency Management
Friday, March 22, 2002 Austin, Texas Press Release
Governor Perry Announces $7.3 Million in Grants For Substance Abuse Treatment
Governor Rick Perry today announced 12 grants totaling $7.3 million for substance abuse treatment programs for adult and juvenile offenders.
Monday, November 26, 2001 Speech
CLEAT Press Conference
Wednesday, November 21, 2001 Speech
Booster Seat Promotion
Monday, November 12, 2001 Press Release
Governor Perry Announces $500,000 Grant to Continue Project Childsafe in Texas
AUSTIN - Governor Rick Perry announced today the awarding of a $500,000 grant to continue the Project ChildSafe program in Texas. The funds, awarded by the Criminal Justice Division (CJD) of the Governor's Office, will extend the program for another year and pay for free child safety gun locks to approximately 390,000 Texas residents.