Allen Fletcher is the State Representative from Texas House District 130. During the last two sessions, Representative Fletcher served on the House Transportation Committee as well as the Vice-Chair of the Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee.
This session, Speaker Straus has appointed Fletcher to Chair the new Select Committee on Emerging Issues in Texas Law Enforcement. He has also been reappointed to the Transportation Committee as well as appointed for the first time to the Business & Industry Committee.
Chairman Fletcher graduated with honors from both the Houston Police Academy and the East Texas Police Academy. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Criminal Justice Management from Sam Houston State University (SHSU).
Chairman Fletcher went from patrol officer to detective in the Robbery Division, Sergeant Hostage Negotiator for 15 years, and was then appointed by the Chief of Police to supervisor in the Office of the Inspector General where he was responsible for criminal and administrative investigations of city employees and government contractors. Chairman Fletcher retired from the Houston Police Department in 1998. He has been a commissioned Peace Officer for over thirty years and holds a Master Peace Officer Certification.
Upon retirement from Houston Police Department, Chairman Fletcher founded and was President and CEO of a private security company. Chairman Fletcher is currently the only retired peace officer in the Texas House.
Allen and his wife Penny live in Tomball and have two daughters, a son, five granddaughters and a grandson.
Allen Fletcher es el representante estatal del Distrito 130 de la Cámara de Texas. Fletcher funge como vicepresidente de Seguridad Nacional y Seguridad Pública, como presidente del Subcomité del Orden Público, y es el único miembro de la delegación de veinticinco personas del condado de Harris que trabaja en el Comité de Transporte.
Allen se graduó con honores de la Academia de Policía de Houston y de la Academia de Policía del Este de Texas. Recibió su licenciatura y posgrado en Justicia Penal de la Universidad Estatal Sam Houston (SHSU).
Al dejar el Departamento de Policía de Houston, el representante Fletcher fundó y fue presidente y gerente ejecutivo de Resource Protection Management (RPM). El representante Fletcher es, actualmente, el único agente del orden jubilado en la Cámara de Representantes.
Allen y su esposa, Penny, viven en Tomball y tienen dos hijas, un hijo, cuatro nietas y un nuevo nieto.