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DPS Announces Leadership Promotions
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announces several changes at key leadership positions within the department. The promotions are a result of the retirement of Lieutenant Colonel Dwight Mathis on Jan. 31, after more than three decades of dedicated service. Dwight Mathis served the department for more than 35 years and retired as the Deputy Director of Law Enforcement Operations. Prior to becoming Deputy Director, Mathis served as Chief of the Texas Highway Patrol (THP)...

Texas DPSOA 50th Anniversary Commemorative Gun Raffle
We are selling 1000 raffle tickets for $100 each, and will draw 4 winners on June 1st. 1st place winner will choose between the four weapons, 2nd place between the three remaining, 3rd place between the two remaining and 4th place wins the remaining weapon.The Four Guns Available Are:Sig Pistol 320 AXG 9mm ($1402)Sig Pistol 1911 Tac-Ops ($2294)Sig Sauer WRM400-556N-16B-Pro ($1525)Sig Sauer WRMCX-556N-16B-LT ($2800) Download Flyer for More Info

The new Texas DPS Troopers Foundation plate has officially launched to the market.

Speaker Phelan lists DPSOA endorsement in campaign announcement

50th Anniversary Commemorative Gun Raffle
Buy Your Tickets Today! We are selling 1000 raffle tickets for $100 each, and will draw 4 winners - 1st winner gets their choice of the four weapons, 2nd winner gets their choice of the 3 remaining, then 3rd gets their choice of the 2 remaining and the 4th wins the last one. Proceeds from the raffle will go to support the DPS Troopers Foundation. Guns Available Include: 1. Sig Pistol 320 AXG 9mm 2. Sig Pistol 1911 Tac-Ops 3. Sig Sauer WRM400-556N-16B-Pro 4. Sig Sauer WRMCX-556N-16B-...

News from the Capitol
Republican Jill Dutton Narrowly Defeats Brent Money in Texas House District 2 Runoff Republican Jill Dutton has won the special election runoff for Texas House District 2, a seat vacated by former Republican Rep. Bryan Slaton, who was expelled for sexual misconduct with an aide. Dutton beat fellow Republican Brent Money by 111 votes, or 0.82 percentage points, according to unofficial results. Dutton, a former school board trustee and construction consultant, had the support of major busines...

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