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Law Enforcement Consultants & Services

sheriff_patches.jpgLaw enforcement (LE) is a significant business operation for all Texas counties. Consequently, this is also one of the largest areas of risk. LE Consultant services are provided to TAC Risk Management Pool members who have Law Enforcement or Public Officials Liability Coverage and are vital to reduce member liabilities and exposures.

LE Consultants primarily focus on helping Pool members manage issues related to law enforcement operations. This can be separated into two categories: patrol and detention facilities. Each has its own set of unique risks and requires specific training to mitigate exposures.

Our LE Consultants have law enforcement experience, often having served as sheriffs in Texas counties, and are well-prepared to offer information on risks and exposures related to law enforcement operations. Law enforcement organizations widely recognize their credibility and frequently ask them to speak at their conferences. 

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Key Services Provided
Technical Assistance: LE Consultants provide valuable technical assistance to TAC RMP members in the areas of management, jail operations, fleet management and regulatory compliance. Their assistance helps counties maintain detention facilities in compliance with the Texas Jail Commission standards and other federal and state regulations. 
Policy Review: LE Consultants also review members’ policies and procedures. The main purpose of the review is to ensure policies meet regulatory compliance and to identify policy gaps. 
Claim Analysis: Through this service, LE Consultants identify and evaluate members’ recent losses and formulate possible solutions to prevent similar future incidents. 
On-Site Training: LE Consultants share their extensive knowledge in the field of law enforcement, jail operations and regulatory compliance. Courses are designed to meet the members’ needs and to increase awareness among county employees. More training information.