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Seven years ago Sgt. Mitchell started looking for training that would help them in identifying children who are being abused, have been abducted or are being forced against their will. They could not find any, so they started to develop their own material and by 2010 Mitchell says they have given the training to all Texas troopers. Six months later they saw a huge improvement in child sex crime arrest. He says it's all about asking the right questions and knowing what to look for.

Seven years ago Sgt. Mitchell started looking for training that would help them in identifying children who are being abused, have been abducted or are being forced against their will. They could not find any, so they started to develop their own material and by 2010 Mitchell says they have given the training to all Texas troopers. Six months later they saw a huge improvement in child sex crime arrest. He says it's all about asking the right questions and knowing what to look for.

Texas Rangers - Life on A Scout by Fred Wilkins Capt. Bill McDonald's Company camped on the San Saba 1896 Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum.

As much as any Texas Ranger who served in the last half century, Joaquin Jackson knew well what fellow Captain C.J. Havrda meant about being a part of...

Texas Ranger, Joaquin Jackson was assigned to a wide swath of the Texas-Mexico border from 1966 to He was involved in a shootout at the Carrizo Springs jail that ended a prison revolt. – Photo By Dan Winters, Courtesy University of Texas Press –

Texas Rangers, 1892

On the cusp of the century, in these four Texas Rangers ride into the history books.Courtesy Institute of Texan Cultures at University of Texas-San Antonio

Texas Rangers of Company B"

Photography:Cabinet Photos, J. Walter Durbin: Iconic Original 1888 Cabinet Photo of Texas Rangers' Famed Company D

painting at the Texas Ranger Museum

Photos at Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum - History Museum in Baylor

Stephen Fuller Austin, the "Father of Texas."

Stephen F. Austin was the son of Moses Austin and acquired even more land from the Mexican government, some 180000 acres, which he sold to newcomers.

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