Margo Frasier

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Margo Frasier is an American jurist and law-enforcement specialist.

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She was Travis County, Texas's first female[1][2] and first openly-gay[3][4] sheriff for two four-year terms from 1997 to 2005. After leaving the Sheriff's office, Frasier moved to Huntsville, Texas and served as a professor of criminal justice at Sam Houston State University.[5] In January 2011, she was named Austin Police Monitor. [6]

Frasier, her partner, and their daughter moved back to Austin in August 2008. She works as a consultant in her field.[7]

References[<editsection>]

  1. Lua error: Cannot create process: unable to create pipe Too many open files
  2. Sheriff had no policy to curb bias, expert witness says
  3. Gay and Lesbian Americans and Political Participation: A Reference Handbook
  4. The Advocate
  5. Lua error: Cannot create process: unable to create pipe Too many open files
  6. Ex-Travis sheriff named Austin's police monitor
  7. MGT of America consultancy résumé


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