Texas DPS Museum & Research Center
Texas Department of Public Safety Historical Museum and Research Center is a non-profit organization
Texas Ranger Veronica Gideon works in Company "F" which is located in Waco. Company "F" begins in the north in Hill County (south of Dallas-Fort Worth) and ends in Frio and Atascosa Counties (south of San Antonio). On the East it extends from Freestone County (Fairfield) to Kerr County (Kerrville) in the West.
Many thanks to Carol Hutchison for sharing this great photo. You can see more of Carol Hutchison's amazing photography at her website https://www.carolhutchison.com
Big Iron: Development of the C**t 1848 Dragoon Revolver RIA on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/RockIslandAuction RIA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rockislandauction/ Sam C**t’s first foray into fir...
This is a 1972 dramatization that was produced by DPS for the public to better understand the car theft racket. We recently discovered the film and were fortunate to have help from the Texas Moving Image to digitize the film into video. If you like this video please consider donating to the DPS Museum so that we can have funding to post additional videos. We are not supported by any state funds and are completely reliant on gifts and memberships. To donate please click on this link:https://secure.squarespace.com/checko... If you are part of the DPS family and know something about this video, please don't hesitate to post comments or information. If you wish to reach us by email, write to [email protected]
A few images from a wonderful 2018 DPS Museum Day.
See a SWAT police robot up close!
Learn how we solve crime!
At DPS Museum Day today you can meet Apollo, a SWAT explosives dog. He has a good nose!
Come see the DPS helicopter and a SWAT robot!
DPS Museum open. See our horses, SWAT and Crime Lab and Emergency Command. Open until 4pm
DPS Museum Day today at 11. SWAT arriving now!
Check out austinmuseumday.org to see information about the Museum Day Instagram Photo Contest and get the Museum Day Mobile App
DPS Museum Day is September 18, 2016 from 11am to 4 pm. This is a free event open to the public as part of the Austin Museum Partnership. This year you will get to tour the Training Academy and learn about how the Department develops its troopers. Kids will be able to run an obstacle course and play interactive games and become Junior Troopers.
Also, you will get to see drug dogs, helicopters, DPS SWAT, DPS Mobile Communications and see DPS cars. And much more!
We will be hosting our annual Museum Day on September 20th 2015 from noon to 4:00pm at the Austin Headquarters at 5805 North Lamar Blvd.
We have a lot of great special exhibits lined up!
-Alive at 25 Program
-Drunk Golf Cart Driving - interactive! (sounds interesting!)
Preparing for Austin Museum Day on September 20th. DPS Museum Day will feature many exhibits! Save the Date!
Learn about the Texas City Disaster-- to see the playlist of all our Texas City Disaster Videos, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nBlNP2-D7k&list=PLnaqsnP1r4i08-xltPw613uce_n8a793y
View our video collection playlist relating to the 1947 Texas City Disaster. Viewer discretion advised.
1947: Texas City Disaster Part 1 The Texas City disaster was an industrial accident that occurred April 16, 1947, in the Port of Texas City. It was the deadliest industrial accident in U.S. ...
Check out our new virtual tour on our page. OR see it on Google here: https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-97.724698,3a,75y,8h,90t/data=!3m5!1e1!3m3!1scdnNSj7_Vc4AAAQpl-OTpQ!2e0!3e2?hl=en-US
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