The Texas Attorney General's Office has developed a program to target parents who are behind on their child support payments. Through the Child Support Evader initiative, the state plans to publicly identify delinquent parents by name and to display their photographs and profiles on posters, in the news media and in other public and private locations. The state hopes the program will lead to tips on where to find parents who are avoiding their financial obligations to their children. These drastic measures will not be taken on all parents who are behind on their payments. For someone to be listed as a child support evader, several conditions must apply. The parent must be more than $5,000 behind in court-ordered payments and have not made regular payments for at least six months. There must be an arrest warrant issued and the parent must be avoiding apprehension. In addition, the parent must not be in bankruptcy or receiving welfare, and the other parent must sign a waiver of confidentiality allowing certain information about the case to be made public.