The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center mission is to provide high quality judicial education, technical assistance, and the necessary resource material to assist municipal judges, court support personnel, and prosecutors in obtaining and maintaining professional competence.
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Webinars & Online Education
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Helpful Registration Forms:
2017 Bench Book coming soon
2017 Form Book coming soon
2017 Code Book Order Form
Class C (Green Book) coming soon
Driving on the Right Side of the Road
The DRSR program has created a series of lessons for social studies classes at the elementary and secondary levels that focus on citizenship education and traffic safety. More >
Municipal Traffic Safety Initiatives
The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center’s (TMCEC) grant, Municipal Traffic Safety Initiatives (MTSI), was designed to bring traffic safety to the forefront of awareness and implementation by municipal courts and to help them embrace the concept of transforming traffic safety into a local priority. More >
TMCEC appreciates suggestions and ideas from its constituent members. For example, if a TMCEC employee was helpful, please feel free to send in a comment to the Executive Director. Or, send in an idea for a new course or project or publication. Positive and negative critique is requested.