AUSTIN- The state’s largest law enforcement organization, also known as the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, or CLEAT, has chosen to honor State Representative Todd Hunter of the 32nd District for his deep commitment to the rights and interests of peace officers during the 82nd legislative session.

 “Representative Hunter has always been very supportive of law enforcement and worked tirelessly to make sure Texas officers have the tools they need to enforce the law and fight crime,” said Charley Wilkison, Director of Public Affairs.

“Representative Hunter stood up for what was right, regardless of the opposition or political pressure,” said Wilkison. “This is why the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas is proud to award him the CLEAT Legislative Crime Fighter of the Year.”

“We value him as a friend of Texas finest’ law enforcement and we look forward to working with him next session as we continue the fight to make our streets and communities safer.” he said.

CLEAT represents more than 18,500 law enforcement professionals across the state of Texas.

Contact: Charley Wilkison, 512-495-9111