With a shout-out from Texas’ U.S. Senator John Cornyn to a sit down with the Cardle & Woolley Show to a conversation with criminal justice thought leaders, Right On Crime wrapped up a memorable week at TPPF’s Policy Orientation 2022 in Austin, Texas.

Brett Tolman, Right On Crime’s Executive Director and former U.S. Attorney

Tolman, captured the attention of hundreds of influential policy leaders and newsmakers from Texas and across the nation discussing his passion for conservative criminal justice reform and why Right On Crime is trailblazing those common-sense solutions with a profound adherence to the rule of law and public safety. 

John Cornyn, U.S. Senator (TX)

Sen. Cornyn declared Right On Crime as a stand-out initiative at TPPF, and he reminded conservatives that fiscally-minded policies, like prison reform, were developed in our “laboratory of democracy known as Texas” and are now part of national policy.

Crime and Consequences: Conservative Solutions to Fix Our Broken Criminal Justice System

Right On Crime hosted an eye-opening panel conversation focused on common-sense solutions for keeping our communities and families safe through law enforcement initiatives, prosecutorial reform, and both local and national policy. 

Brett L. Tolman — Executive Director, Right On Crime and former U.S. Attorney

Brian Hawthorne — Sheriff, Chambers County Sheriff’s Office 

Ja’Ron Smith — Fellow, Right On Crime 

Scott MacNaughton — Law Enforcement, Public Safety

Kurt Altman, Director of Prosecutorial Reform, Right On Crime

TALK1370 Cardle & Woolley Show

Texas radio veteran Lynn Woolley and “The Texas Insider” Jim Cardle sat down with ROC Executive Director Brett Tolman on Austin’s conservative morning program, the Cardle & Woolley Show on Talk 1370 to discuss conservative solutions for fixing our broken criminal justice system. 

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Right On Crime Team “In the House”

Working together on conservative justice reform in states across the nation, Right On Crime state directors and staff came together at TPPF’s Policy Orientation 2022 in Austin working on conservative policy initiatives and strategies.