Texas Rangers regional offices

The Texas Rangers are charged with investigating criminal acts inside county jails. So it is the Rangers you should write or call about assaults, rapes, extortion, killings, etc. because the Texas Commission on Jail Standards does NOT investigate those criminal acts.

We do hear from families who report to them. Most of the time, they are treated politely—and then the family doesn’t hear from them again. Once in a while, the Rangers actually get back to the family and tell them what they found in their investigation.

Here is their map showing regions and the following lists contact information for their regional offices and the their headquarters:

Company “A”
12230 West Road
Houston, TX 77065
(281) 517-1400

Company “B”
350 W. IH 30
Garland, TX 75043
(214) 861-2360

Company “C”
1404 Lubbock Business Park Blvd, Ste 100
Lubbock, TX 79403
(806) 740-8975

Company “D”
2525 N. International Blvd.
Weslaco, TX 78596
(956) 565-7651

Company “E”
401 E. Franklin
Suite 140
El Paso, TX 79901
(915) 834-7664

Company “F”
102 Texas Ranger Trail
Waco, TX 76706
(254) 754-2303

Headquarters
P.O. Box 4087
Austin, TX 78773-0600
(512) 424-2160

The following is information about an interesting “Specialized Program

Public Corruption Unit
The 81st session of the Texas Legislature passed HB2086; this bill created the Public Corruption Unit within the Texas Department of Public Safety, under the responsibility of the Texas Ranger Division.  The Texas Rangers are committed to fighting public corruption, as it relates to public officials, law enforcement officers, and others that hold a position of public trust.  Fighting corruption is vital to preserving our democracy, protecting our borders, and securing our communities.

 Texas Jail Project suggests that this unit do more investigation of sheriffs departrments whose officers ignore laws and regulations.