Racial Profiling Reporting To TCLEOSE
House Bill 3389 changed several portions of the Code of Criminal Procedures Article 2.131 – 2.138. The major change that is now in the law is that all agencies must report racial profiling data to TCLEOSE as well as their governing body.
Although the following classifications apply for any law enfrocement agency, these options are:
Law enforcement agencies that do not routinely make motor vehicle stops can be fully exempt from reporting.
Law enforcement agencies that routinely perform traffic stops or motor vehicle stops and who have their vehicles that routinely perform theses stops equipped with video and audio equipment can report under CCP 2.135.
Law enforcement agencies that routinely perform traffic stops or motor vehicle stops and who do not equip their vehicles with video or audio equipment must report under CCP 2.133 and perform a analysis as required by CCP 2.134.
The Frenship ISD Police Department qualifies for Full Exemption from collecting racial profiling data.
Although if a person believes that have experience a racially motivated police contact, that resulted in an act of discrimination please contact the Frenship ISD Chief of Police, Gerardo Arranaga.