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John Whitmire, D-Houston, said a new oversight body is not needed, and that it would duplicate the supervision already conducted by the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, which is appointed by the governor, as well as various committees in the Legislature, including the Senate Criminal Justice Committee, which Whitmire chairs.
Polunsky is the only person to serve as Chairman of both the Texas Public Safety Commission and the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, the state's top two criminal justice agencies.
Senate Bill 909, An Act Relating to the Continuation and Functions of the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and the Correctional Managed Health Care Committee, and to the Functions of the Board of Pardons and Paroles, enacted June 15, 2007.
The Texas Board of Criminal Justice unanimously approved a seven (7) year contract with Embarq to install a Texas prison-wide uniform telecommunications infrastructure including secure telephones that will digitally record/monitor inmate calls that investigators can also monitor.
It maintains a 24-hour communications link between the executive administration staff with operating responsibility, the correctional facility/department staff, Texas Board of Criminal Justice (the governing body for TDCJ), and other state and federal agencies.
He has served on the Finance Commission of Texas and the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, as well as several committees within the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association.
Texas Board of Criminal Justice * Ninth Circuit: Hernandez-Montiel v.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- Wackenhut Corrections Corporation (Nasdaq: WCCX) was selected by the Texas Board of Criminal Justice to renew its contract to provide substance abuse treatment services for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) in-prison therapeutic community at its 520-bed correctional facility in Kyle, Texas.