North Texas Crime Commission Legislative Committee

The North Texas Crime Commission agrees that the first function of government is to protect and safeguard lives and property of its citizens. Prevention is a necessity that can be achieved only though a cohesive, organized effort linking concerned citizens, the business community and civic and law enforcement agencies. The NTCC Legislative Committee applies a focus to public policy in order to achieve the mission of protecting the lives and property of the citizens. With such a wide breadth of knowledge the NTCC Legislative Committee is able to effectively advocate and promote legislation at the state and federal level that will better equip law enforcement to achieve success. Within the North Texas Crime Commission Legislative Committee we have devised a coordinating group that has taken a lead role in creating the NTCC Legislative Package. The coordinating group is comprised of the following:
  • David A. Dean, Chairman, North Texas Crime Commission
  • Chief Larry Boyd, Irving Police Department
  • Sheriff Harold Eavenson, Rockwall County
  • Darrell Fant, Retired Police Chief, Highland Park Police Department
  • Harold Collum, U.S. Data Mining, LLC
  • Sharen Wilson, Tarrant County District Attorney
  • Deputy Chief Gary Tittle, Dallas Police Department
  • Kenda Culpepper, Rockwall County District Attorney
  • Chief Lowell Cannaday, Watauga Police Department
  • Dennis Dorsey, NorthPark Partners, LLC
  • Chief Michael Holder, Colleyville Police Department
  • Curtis Howard, Senior Legal Advisor, Plano Police Department

Upcoming North Texas Crime Commission Legislative Committee Dates

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
  • NTCC Mission to Austin
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
  • NTCC Mission to Austin
June 3-5, 2015
  • NTCC Strategic Mission to Bellvue / Redmond / Seattle, Washington State (Microsoft Global Cybercrime Lab / Fusion Center, Boeing Headquarters, and Other Major Corporations)
August 20-21, 2015
  • NTCC 2nd Annual Strategic Mission to the Lower Rio Grande Valley
November 16-18, 2015
  • NTCC 7th Annual Strategic Mission to Washington DC
December 2015
  • NTCC Strategic┬áMission to New York, New York (Major Corporations, Federal / State / Local Law Enforcement Fact Finding Mission)