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Morris tapped to lead Public Safety & Security Division
  Elizabeth Morris has been tapped to serve as the Division Director of the TEEX Public Safety and Security Division. In the announcement, Agency Director Gary Sera praised her “wealth of experience in both public safety and security and emergency response.”
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Texas Forensic Science Academy at TEEX receives additional funding
  The Governor’s Office, Texas Criminal Justice Division, has awarded the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) additional funding to extend existing, successful, tuition-free training through the Texas Forensic Science Academy.
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TEEX delivering grant-funded Death Investigation Training, Workshops in South Texas
  Four, tuition-free, Crime Scene Investigation classes will be offered over the next four months in South Texas. The training is being funded by the Governor’s Office, Texas Criminal Justice Division, to provide South Texas law enforcement officers and judicial representatives specialized training through the Texas Forensic Science Academy and Texas Justice Court Training Center located at Texas State University.
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Keeping the peace in the Brazos Valley: TEEX Central Texas Police Academy graduates 22 new officers
  Twenty-two new peace officers are graduating from the Central Texas Police Academy on June 6, after 18 weeks of comprehensive training. The graduation ceremony will be held at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum’s Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at 5 p.m.
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Texas A&M forensics students selected to attend specialized TEEX training
  An innovative partnership established in 2011 between Texas A&M University and the Texas Forensic Science Academy administered by TEEX provides an opportunity for 10 students seeking a FIVS degree to participate in specialized training courses taught in a "Mini-mester" format and hosted at the Texas A&M Riverside Campus.
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TEEX launches online Death Investigation course for law enforcement officers
  TEEX has launched an online version of its Death Investigation course, thanks to funding from the Texas Office of the Governor - Criminal Justice Division (CJD). The 40-hour course is offered through the Texas Forensic Science Academy and is recognized by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) and the International Association of Identification (IAI) for continuing education credit.
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24 peace officers graduate from the Central Texas Police Academy
  Twenty-four new peace officers graduated from the Central Texas Police Academy in December, after 18 weeks of comprehensive training. Brig. Gen. Joe E. Ramirez Jr., Commandant of the Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, delivered the keynote address at the graduation ceremony.
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Texas Criminal Justice Division grant will fund CSI training for 300 investigators
  The Texas Criminal Justice Division has awarded the Texas Forensic Science Academy $299,000 to provide crime scene investigation training for law enforcement personnel in small, rural and mid-sized law enforcement agencies in Texas.
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TEEX to offer Texas Private Security Bureau courses
  The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) is now licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Bureau. As a result, the agency may now deliver state-mandated training to students seeking employment as a security officer.
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Forensic and Crime Scene Investigation Consortium (FCSIC) chartered by 8 member institutions
  Members from eight nationally acclaimed institutions located across the nation came together in Dallas, TX, on Sept. 11 to sign the official charter for the Forensic and Crime Scene Investigation Consortium (FCSIC).
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