Perry C. Travis is a name synonymous with dedication, integrity, and a steadfast commitment to serving and protecting communities. With a career spanning over two decades in law enforcement and a strong background in corporate security, Perry brings a wealth of experience and leadership to the table as he steps forward to run for Williamson County Constable Precinct 4.
Perry's journey in public safety began in 1993 when he completed training at the New Orleans Levee District Police Department Police Academy. From there, he embarked on a path of service, starting as a Reserve Patrol Police officer in the vibrant streets of New Orleans, Louisiana. His dedication and skills were quickly recognized, leading him to be admitted to the New Orleans Criminal Sheriff’s Police Academy, where he graduated with honors in 1997.
Throughout his career, Perry's commitment to excellence never wavered. He served as a full-time police officer with Loyola University Campus Police and later with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Department (JPSO). Perry's versatility and dedication led him to various roles within the JPSO, including working as an undercover Narcotics Agent in the Jefferson Parish Detective Bureau of Investigation.
During his tenure as an undercover agent, Perry made over 300 narcotics cases, demonstrating not only his courage but also his effectiveness in combating crime. His exceptional performance earned him accolades, including the Police Officer of the Year award in 2001 for his outstanding dedication to the community he served and protected.
Perry's commitment to community policing and building trust between law enforcement and residents was evident throughout his career. He played a pivotal role in the Specialized Training and Response (STAR) Program, focusing on improving the quality of life in violence-ridden neighborhoods. Through his efforts, violent crimes in these areas saw a significant reduction.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, despite losing his family home to the devastating floods, Perry continued to serve on the front lines, assisting in rescue operations and providing aid to those in need.
Perry has made significant contributions to the community through his involvement in healthcare services for underprivileged individuals. He partners with EIXSYS Healthcare, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality, low-cost healthcare to underserved communities in Williamson and Travis Counties.
Perry's decision to run for Williamson County Constable Precinct 4 is driven by his desire to continue making a positive impact on the community. His platform prioritizes accountability, transparency, and collaboration in law enforcement, aiming to foster a safer, more inclusive environment for all residents.
With a proven track record of service, an understanding of local issues, and a commitment to community well-being, Perry C. Travis is the ideal candidate for Precinct 4 Constable.