Texas Department of Public Safety

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MyTRAIN Division Points of Contact

Division Administrators: The Division Administrator is appointed by the Division Director or the Division Director’s designee of each division of the Texas Department of Public Safety. The Division Administrator is the division’s point of contact for the MyTRAIN Learning Content Management System and has oversight responsibilities of the division activities within the system. Choose "read more" to see the list of names.

 

 

Administration Division:  Lindsey Wilson

Aviation Operations Division:  Glen Stafford / Sylvia Marroquin

Criminal  Investigation Division: David Dixon

Driver License Division: Brian K. Allen

Education, Training and Research Division - Progressive Leadership: Lt. Lynn Floyd

Education, Training and Research Division - In-Service/Out of Agency Training: Lt. Veronica Garcia

Education, Training and Research Division - Emergency Vehicle Operations Center: Jennifer Rybaski

Education, Training and Research Division - Firing Range: April Blackmon

Intelligence and Counterterrorism - David Stender / Chris Schaefer

Law Enforcement Support Division - Communications: Debra Kersey

Law Enforcement Support Division - Crime Records: Margarete Perryman

Law Enforcement Support Division - Crime Lab: Jay Tedder

Law Enforcement Support Division - Crime Lab: Alice Amilhat

Regulatory Services Division: John Douglas/Melissa Cawthon

Texas Highway Patrol: Lt. T.J. Wood

Texas Division of Emergency Management: Paul Hahn

Texas Ranger Division: Troy Wilson/Star Riddle

MyTRAIN System Administrator

Education, Training and Research Division: Lisa Strawn


Our Mission is to Protect and Serve Texas. 
We will proactively protect the citizens of Texas in an ever changing threat environment while always remaining faithful to the U.S. and State Constitution.

  • Core Values:
    1. Integrity: We demonstrate through our actions honesty, fairness and respect for others in our professional and personal lives
    2. Excellence: We strive to be outstanding in everything we do and we never settle for less
    3. Accountability: We seek and accept responsibility for our actions, performance and results
    4. Teamwork: We work closely with other agencies to achieve common objectives
  • Motto: 
    Courtesy, Service, Protection
  • Goals: 
    1. Combat Crime and Terrorism
    2. Enhance Highway and Public Safety
    3. Enhance Statewide Emergency Management
    4. Enhance Public Safety Licensing and Regulatory Services

Populuar Websites

Texas Commissions on Law Enforcement

DPSnet

2019 Texas Emergency Management Conference

667001

- 24 hours -

360° Leadership

3751

- 8 hours -
Patrol/Tactical/VehicleHealth/Safety/Physical/MentalProfessional DevelopmentComplianceContinuing Education

40-Hour Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) 1850

1850

- 40 hours -

5 Levels of Leadership

787022

- 8 hours -
Patrol/Tactical/VehicleReality Based Training

Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR)

3305

- 16 hours -

Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR) T3

- 40 hours -

Active Listening

789050

- 4 hours -

Advanced Instructor Course

1017

- 40 hours -
Aircraft Operations

Aerial Use of Force

780038

- 56 hours -
Patrol/Tactical/VehicleContinuing Education

ALERRT Level I

3314

- 16 hours -

ALERRT Level I Refresher

3312

- 10 hours -

ALERRT Level I Train-the-Trainer

3315

- 40 hours -
Emergency Management

Alert Basic Training

3619

- 4 hours -
Health/Safety/Physical/Mental

Anxiety Awareness

789051

- 6 hours -
Patrol/Tactical/VehicleDriving

Apex

2046

- 1 hour -