Not correct. Texas Education code 51.203 states: The primary jurisdiction of a peace officer commissioned under this section includes all counties in which property is owned, leased, rented, or otherwise under the control of the institution of higher education or public technical institute that employs the peace officer..
Of course, they have to organize that through the courts there, and that doesn’t mean it’s wise for them to be off-campus pulling traffic stops. But, they can do it.
July 9, 2012 at 4:35pm
Ehh…I doubt that. It doesn’t seem to have worked so well for you, Doors.
November 22, 2011 at 2:20pm
It’s so tiresome to see the vomitous self-righteousness of Leperus and his ilk going off on the use of force by police. Last time I checked (which was recently), Libertarians aren’t against use of force by LE…so long as it’s called for. And if they were resisting a legal, lawful order from the officers, officers are allowed to advance the force continuum. Also, you are, by your statements, woefully ignorant/stupid when it comes to arrest mechanics, and you should educate yourself before spout off. Honestly, you sound just like those dopes who ask, “Why don’t the cops just shoot the gun out of the criminal’s hand?”.
Rule of law means we have to follow the law. At no point were any of those women kept from exercising their rights. In fact, it was time for them to move on, or to do it in another fashion. they were disruptive, and I’m sure you are familiar with the old “your right to swing your fists ends at the end of my nose”. And it’s quite interesting that you anti-LE types b*tch so loudly about the First Amendment, but nary a word on the Fifth. You know…Due Process? It’s a P-r-o-c-e-s-s.
October 27, 2011 at 11:08am
Sensei, are attempting to suggest that we SHOULDN’T keep what we earn? If so, who are you to tell me what I can and cannot keep? You have no authority over me, and you can’t have what’s mine, unless I choose to give it. I will tell you this: If you ever attempt to take what’s mine, it’ll be your last bad idea.
August 9, 2011 at 4:55pm
And, how typically arrogant it is of the humanist crowd to automatically think of Mankind first when talking about anything having to do with God. Of course, I’ve yet to see anyone around here who claims to be a Christian make the claim that any/all of creation was for our benefit.