An examination of the driving records of some of Texas’s most senior elected officials is being conducted by a task force of the Texas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, which includes attorneys representing all three branches of the state government.
In response to the inquiry, Attorney General Greg Abbott’s office said the task force was conducting a thorough review of the State Police records.
“As the attorney general, I take the safety and security of our citizens and our taxpayers seriously and am committed to ensuring that all Texans have the best possible driving record,” said Abbott spokesman Ryan McManus in a statement.
“This is not the first time that this task force has looked into the records of the SCCL, which has had multiple investigations into the organization and its activities.
The task force will conduct a thorough, thorough and independent review of all the documents related to the SPCL.”
The task force is expected to release its findings in about a month.
The attorney general’s office also issued a statement in response to a question from The Associated Press, saying it is “reviewing all of the records” related to a probe of the group’s activities that began last fall.
The Texas State Council for the Advancement of Colored People, which is also part of the task group, is also conducting an investigation.
In a separate report released in May, the task team found that the SACD, which handles the SCEB’s records and finances, was “not providing accurate and timely information to the task forces review.”
The SCEC said it is currently conducting its own review and has not yet completed its investigation.
The SCCD did not respond to questions about the new task force’s findings.
The task group said it was conducting its review “to ensure that all of our records and information are being properly preserved.”
The SCCC, which oversees the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and Public Safety, is part of Gov.
Greg Abbott ‘s administration.
The governor has been a vocal critic of the investigation into the SLCD, and said during the 2016 campaign that it was “outrageous” that the task groups had to look into the group.
The state is also reviewing whether the SNC and SCC could have committed “serious misconduct” during the commissioning process of the new fleet of police cars.