Governor Abbott Renames Gilmore and Hernandez to Texas Crime Stoppers Council | Oficina del Gobernador from Texas


November 19, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Appointment

Governor Greg Abbott reappointed Perry Gilmore, Ph.D. and Carlo Hernandez to the Texas Crime Stoppers Council for terms expiring September 1, 2025. The council advises the governor on Texas crime arrest programs and certifies local crime stop programs to receive reward payments or probation fee payments. established by the Code of Criminal Procedure.

Perry Gilmore, Ph.D. of Amarillo is the executive director of the Texas Panhandle War Memorial Foundation and is a reserve deputy sheriff with the Randall County Sheriff’s Department with 43 years of law enforcement experience. He is secretary of Amarillo South Rotary and a board member of the Texas Association for Investigative Hypnosis and the Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance. Gilmore received a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement from Sam Houston State University, an MA and MBA from West Texas State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology from Northcentral University.

Carlo Hernandez of Brownsville is the founder and owner of AC-I Service A / C & Heating and CGH Property Investment. He is president and founding member of Cameron County Crime Stoppers, founding member of La Cultura Vive en Brownsville, and former advisory member of Brightwood College.


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