Advisory Board Member – Mae Jackson, Chief of Police for the Tatum Police Department in Tatum, NM. Over 38 years of law enforcement experience.
My career started with Cockrell Hill Police Department moved to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department and my last stop was the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office for 26 years before I retired in 2014. My last 8 years was served as one of the Chief Investigators. Supervised 15 divisions and 5 task forces.
Working at the District Attorney’s office I was involved in Human Trafficking cases besides others Death Penalty cases, Murders, Child Abuse, White Collar Crimes, Domestic Violence, Organize Crime, Rapes, Robberies, and all Aggravated cases.
I hold a Master Peace Officers license, Certified Instructor, Special Investigator license and Personal Protection license for the state of Texas.
In New Mexico I’m a certified Police Officer, FBI – LEEDA Executive Leadership certificate, Member of the Chief of Police Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Member of the Community Drug Coalition Board, the Main Street Board and It’s Going To Be Ok board for Human trafficking.