The DPS and local law enforcement provides a joint team effort with the Border Patrol and Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) to control illegal immigrants. Further, Director Williams will discuss the department’s needs for adequate resources of man power and equipment required for their mission. He will also identify their role concerning humanitarian concerns including diseases, and daily care associated with the deportation procedures. Lastly, he will review the issue regarding the construction of THE WALL.
Mark your calendar for Thursday September 20 to attend this educational event. Meet and greet at 6:30pm with meeting beginning at 7:00pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Richard Dodson, CCRMC President
PARADE OF OFFICIALS
Collin County, District Clerk, Lynne Finley, will outline the services of her department. Mrs.
Finley was elected in 2016 and is seeking re-election in November 2018.
Collin County, County Clerk, Stacey Kemp, will outline her department services from birth
certificates, marriage certificates to death certificates. Mrs. Kemp’s department has been
awarded the 5 Star Award and Exemplary Award 10 years running. She is seeking re-election in
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