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Although Robert S. Shaw’s career in criminal justice spans over forty years, you could say that he was born into this life. His father, a Cleburne native, served as a police officer in Cleburne, a deputy on the Texas Liquor Control Board, Chief of Police in Eagle Lake, TX and then retired from a long career with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Growing up on a prison farm and around the great men that ran them, inspired and shaped not only Robert’s career path, but also the man he is today.
Robert S. Shaw started his career back in 1976 when he accepted a position as a fingerprint examiner for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
In 1977 Robert decided to return home to Sugar Land, Texas where he would follow a path in his father’s footsteps working for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. He quickly worked his way up the ranks, through a combination of hard work and his strong moral compass.
In 1989 Robert joined Corrections Corporation of America and became a part of the Founding Team which opened the Sanders Estes Facility in Venus , Texas. His employment with CCA spanned 28 years with 20 of those as Warden/Unit Administrator.
In addition to his position with CCA, Robert also served two terms on the Child Welfare Boards in both Johnson and Rusk counties. He is a former member of the Venus School Board, an Endowed Member of Masonic Lodges 804 and 23, as well as a Member of the American Correctional Association .
When not serving as a volunteer within his community, you can find him at home on the farm with his family in Johnson County, or as he refers to it “God’s Country”.
The Johnson County Republican Primary is just around the corner. You have from now until February 5th to register to vote. Make your voice heard , because every vote counts.
Let Robert S. Shaw represent you and Johnson County Precinct 4 as your Republican Candidate for Justice of the Peace.
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