The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has faced staffing shortages over the last year.
What does TDCJ stand for?
TDCJ stands for Texas Department of Criminal Justice
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Three Rivers Federal Correctional Institution, Federal Bureau of Prisons Three Rivers, Texas Bryan Collier, deputy executive director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Huntsville, Texas Su Cunningham, past president and national director of corrections/justice programs, Heery International Round Rock, Texas Shannon Deveney, executive assistant to the deputy executive director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Huntsville, Texas Kevin Downey, president.
Antonio Lara is accused of killing Roland Rios at the Coffield Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Texas Department of criminal Justice - Institutional Division.