I live in Austin and can tell you that he is one of the good ones. He's consistently engaged with the public and doesn't try to assign culpability to victims.
If you go just north of the city to Williamson county then you get the exact opposite where they frequently pull people for extremely minor infractions or things that aren't infractions at all. They'll often run "checkpoints" that aren't checkpoints where they put 4-5 cop cars at an intersection and just start pulling people over for all sorts of reasons.
It makes Avevedo's conviction and standing up to do the right thing all the more impressive.
Oh, they'd be rescued for sure. Our tax dollars would be a great new revenue stream for them in addition to what we already pay them. Then they're execs would take nice retirement packages for a soft pillowy landing.