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director of health services for the Texas Department of Corrections.
Murray, then on faculty in the College of Education, Texas A&M University (the first woman to hold a full time faculty post at that institution) was appointed by prison reformer George Beto in 1969 to implement education in the Texas Department of Corrections.
A year later, a case analyst used JusticeXchange to generate booking information and learned the young man had been arrested for robbery and was incarcerated by the Texas Department of Corrections.
And while at least one CCRI guard involved in the incident had been fired from the Texas Department of Corrections for beating a prisoner, the Brazoria County Sheriffs Department actually had "final approval" on all hires.
He designed and implemented a vocational evaluation and job placement program for public offenders in the Mentally Retarded Offender Program in The Texas Department of Corrections.
In 1987, he was appointed by the Governor of Texas to chair the Texas Department of Corrections, the second largest state prison system in the U.
In fact, the entire first half of the book details this history, and it is not until the second half that the authors discuss Beto's employment as the head of the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC).
Texas records include not only state-level records from the Texas Department of Safety and the Texas Department of Corrections, but also county-level data from five major counties in Texas, including Bexar, Dallas, Denton, Harris, and Travis counties.