Officers & Staff
Jacob Benture


Jacob Benture

TCSOA President Jacob Bentura was raised in Buda, Texas. After graduating from Jack C. Hays high school, he began his career at the Travis County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) in 2001. He began as a security coordinator at TCJ before being promoted to corrections officer. Jacob worked at Del Valle being assigned to Building 4 and ISD Security. While assigned to ISD, Jacob attended the TCSO Basic Peace Officer Course and was sworn in as a deputy in 2006.  In January 2009, Jacob moved to his first tour in Prisoner Transportation before spending nearly four years at the Hospital Visitation Unit. Due to his love and passion for Prisoner Transportation, Jacob returned to Transportation in 2017, where he is currently assigned. Along with achieving numerous awards from TCSO, he currently holds a Master Jailers license.  

During his 21 years, Deputy Bentura has been a Field Training officer in each of the sections he’s worked in. His tenure as a Field Training Officer totals to sixteen years. His passion for Prisoner Transportation and teaching others the duties of a Transportation officer has led him to being a two-time FTO in the section. He also assists the TCSO Training Academy with teaching the COBRA cadets about Prisoner Transportation. Throughout his career, Bentura has been a proven leader.

Jacob has been involved with the TCSO Honor Guard, where he was a part of the first competition team that TCSO sent to compete at the Honor Guard competition in Washington DC, during the National Peace Officers Week. He also spent five seasons, competing on the gridiron with the Central Texas Wolfpack, First Responders Semi Pro football team. He’s been a member of the Travis County 10-0 Softball team that has won various awards and championships from the Texas Police Games and other tournaments.

He has led teams to compete in the Brown Santa 5k, The Fire Truck Pull that supports the Special Olympics of Central Texas and the TCSO Trunk or Treat. Jacob has also helped with community service events with his church as well as the Wounded Warrior Project. Jacob’s other passion is coaching little league baseball in Menchaca. He hopes to inspire the young men that he coaches to love and respect the game as much as he does.  

Jacob has been a loyal member of the Travis County Sheriff’s Officers Association since 2003. He first served on the TCSOA board as place 4 from 2012-2014. He was appointed to the TCSOA Political Action committee (PAC) in 2020. Jacob was elected to be President of TCSOA in November 2022.  

He is a devoted father to his two beautiful babies, Avery and Jacob “JJ”  

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Christina Dail

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Audrey Segura


Audrey Segura

My name is Audrey Segura. I've been with TCSO since April 2012 as a security coordinator with TCJ. Moved to Central Booking as a coordinator. For 10 years, booking has been my home until I was promoted to Officer on March 2021 and my new home is now building 12. I have been a board member with TCSOA for over 8 years and now I am Treasurer. I enjoy being an active member of the association because it allows me to meet new people and help those who need additional information when it comes to policy and procedures with Travis County.  


Audrey Segura

Place 1
Felicia Cabral


Felicia Cabral

Felicia Cabral is a Senior Corrections Officer with 20 years with
Travis County Sheriff’s Office and has always been a proud
member of TCSOA (Travis County Sheriff Officers Association)
and has served on the board for seven years of those years. She
has been assigned TCJ, TCCC Building 3 and is currently
assigned to Central Booking C-Shift.
Felicia is inspired daily by her husband and their two kids. They
always have a movie night where her and her husband expose
their kids to older movies “classics” or have music night where
they try to introduce older music from all genres. In her free
time, Felicia likes to craft, plan parties, walk her two dogs and
play video games with her husband.

Place 2


Place 3
Anthony Fernandez


Anthony Fernandez

My name is Anthony Fernandez. I am currently "Place 3" on the TCSOA Board of Directors. I was born In Austin, Tx. I moved from Austin in 1983 and have lived in many places, including overseas as a military dependent. I have lived in California, Alaska, England, and Japan. I moved back to Austin, TX in 1999.

In September of 2008, I started my TCSO career as a Security Coordinator downtown at TCJ and then transferred to Del Valle HSB control room the same year. With much motivation provided by my peers and various coworkers, I was promoted to Corrections Officer in 2010. I began my tenure as an officer in Building 12, and four years later I transferred to Central Booking where I am currently assigned. After several years of being assigned at Central Booking, I submitted my name to participate in the FTO selection process. I succeeded in my goal of becoming a part of the leadership team and am now an FTO on A-Shift. I have been with Travis County for over 14 years. In those 14 years, I’ve been through many trials to which I learned great lessons.

On a personal note, a little bit about myself. I enjoy spending time with my wife, children, and other family members. I love fishing. I also enjoy watching football. Yes, I am a Cowboys fan! I tend to stay busy in my free time working on my land and truck…’s also my place of peace.

I look forward to another year representing you with the Travis County Sheriff’s Officers Association. I am always just a phone call or email away if you ever have any questions.

Place 4


Place 5
Justine Levisee


Justine Levisee

Hello! My name is Justine Levisee. I have been working for TCSO as a Corrections Officer for 7.5 years. I am currently assigned to the Laundry Section. I have previously worked TCJ for 3 years prior to moving to the Laundry section.

I have an advanced jailer license, An Associate’s Degree in General Studies from Central Texas College. I am a Active duty Army veteran who served in OIF/OEF and OND wars.  I am currently serving as USAR Sergeant with 13 years of Army service total.  

I love learning and empowering all people to be the best version of themselves! I strive to work hard and make sure all persons can have a chance to succeed in what ever they set out to do.

In my spare time, I enjoy fishing, cooking and Do-it-yourself projects.

PAC Chairman
Darnell Dail


Darnell Dail

PAC Treasure
Rodney Iles

Rodney Iles

I started with Travis County in May of 2009 as a Security Coordinator in the Central Booking
Facility. In October of 2010, I promoted to Correctional Officer and transferred to Building One.
While at Building One I began my first stint as an FTO. During this time, I realized that I wanted
something more challenging so I applied for Prisoner Transportation position. In July 2014 I
transferred to Prisoner Transport and in July of 2017 I became an FTO.
I have been a member of TCSOA and CLEAT since 2010. In 2018, I was invited by our current
PAC Chair to a membership meeting and became the PAC Treasure. As the PAC Treasure I
ensure that we stay complaint with all state regulations and manage all incoming and outgoing
member funds. As a member of the PAC the most important and enjoyable part is ensuring that
all member initiatives are met.
When not working or handling TCSOA duties I enjoy spending time doing my favorite activities
absorbing and entangling myself in any and all Football and house cleaning related activities.

Apolonio Cruz

Hi, I’m Apolonio “Paul” Cruz. I have had the privilege
of working for the Travis County Sheriff’s Office for
eighteen years. My first assignment was HSB for four
years, Transportation for six years, Building 12 for
four years, and I am currently back at
I have been an active member of TCSOA since
joining the county in 2005. This organization works
directly with patrol and correction officers in times of
need to foster a sense of community.
In 2020 I also became involved with the Political
Action Committee since it closely aligns with the
goals of the TCSOA. The PAC helps to promote a
better rapport among Correctional Officers, Judges,
and Commissioners. We work throughout the year to
strongly advocate for pay raises and a better
understanding of the role that officers play within the
correctional system.

Officer Manager
Debbie Galloway

Debra (Debbie Diaz) Galloway was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. After graduating from Lanier High School in the top 10% of her class, she attended St. Edwards University after earning an Academic scholarship. She graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. She has received her Master Peace Officer Certification and Master Jailer Certification. Debbie is a tenured officer with over twenty-nine years experience. She began her career with TCSO in December 1981. Her assignments are diversified, as an officer she worked Bldg 4, TCJ, Recreation Officer, Transportation. She promoted to Sergeant in May 1989 and as a Sergeant, she supervised Building 2, Bldg 3, Complex Security, CORE (first female Sergeant,) Central Booking and Receiving and Discharge. She promoted to Lieutenant in April 1996. Her assignments as a Lieutenant have included Buildings 5-9, Complex Security, Auxiliary Lt (Records, Classification & Work Release) TCJ, Bldg 2, Transportation (first female Lieutenant) and her most recent assignment as bldg 2 & 3 Lieutenant.

She has been affiliated with TCSO Honor Guard since 1989 and is currently the Lieutenant of the Honor Guard. She is active in numerous other committees within the Sheriff's office, to include: Training Advisory Board, Operation SOS (founding member,) WIP, Cultural Committee, Brown Santa 5K, Recruitment Team and the Volunteer Appreciation Committee.

She is also an active volunteer in the community dividing her "free" time between the Texas Performing Arts Center, Zachary Scott, Paramount and One World Theaters. She volunteers at Central Market Cooking School, Keep Austin Beautiful, Sustainable Food Center, Texas Wine & Food Foundation and KLRU yearly fund raising events.

When not spending time expanding her cultural awareness and appreciation of the arts, she enjoys hiking, camping, dragon boat racing, fly-fishing, dancing, beading, bowling and exercising. She is a member of the Texas Outdoor Women's Network, Texas Women's Fly-Fishing Federation, Central Texas Trail-Tamers, Colorado River Walkers, and the Austin Bead Society.

Debbie married her soul-mate & best friend, Vincente Galloway and together they embarked on their first priority, FAMILY. They shared the joy of raising five children between them but now relish in the happiness of being grandparents. Upon retirement, they both look forward to traveling and seeing their dream "farm" come to fruition.

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