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Margo Frasier is an American jurist and law-enforcement specialist.
She was Travis County, Texas's first female and first openly-gay sheriff for two four-year terms from 1997 to 2005. After leaving the Sheriff's office, Frasier moved to Huntsville, Texas and served as a professor of criminal justice at Sam Houston State University. In January 2011, she was named Austin Police Monitor.
Frasier, her partner, and their daughter moved back to Austin in August 2008. She works as a consultant in her field.
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- Ex-Travis sheriff named Austin's police monitor
- MGT of America consultancy résumé
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