Leadership can define people in several different ways. A leader, in my opinion, is someone that you can look up to everyday and strive to lead better when that person passes down their knowledge, skills, and dedication to you.
leadership statement is: “I have always believed in
treating people as I would like to be treated, with respect and dignity. I
will always have my door open to the citizens. I will always be able to listen
to their concerns and offer my best solutions to those concerns - and if I can’t, I will find someone who can.”
I believe in
this statement due to one simple fact: We all sometimes forget we
are dealing with people at their worst and at their best. We have to remember that we have one shot on this earth. If we do the best job we can, our lives will
LEMIT-LCC Class #71
During the 2015 floods, my
office and I were on the scene at the beginning and ending of each flood. We worked hard for the people and with everyone to protect our town. We never stopped until it was safe. I will continue to keep doing so to serve you the best we can.
In 2014, I and another Deputy found a cave with explosives in it. Through the team work of this office and other agencies we were able to disable the dangers of the bomb.
I helped Constable Ayres put together our plan for Woodcreek to provide patrol services. It started as a part-time position and has now gone full-time. When we saw the problems in the school zone, I immediately put a plan together with another Deputy to help the vehicles get out safer and quicker.
In 2008, I brought Taser and other less lethal options to the office and updated vehicles to modern technology.
In 2009, I made sure the staff got a Civil Process Proficiency Certification (Only around 300 Peace Officers have it in the state)
From 2007-2015, I helped bring us from a 3 man agency to a 12 man agency.
In 2012, I helped standardize our issued firearms so we all carry the same gun. We are the first department to have this program in Hays County.
In 2013, I helped establish the department and county's first bike
In 2015, I helped start our school safety program with traffic control and enforcement of speed.
In 2016 ran for Constable
and took office January 2017 as your Precinct 3 Constable
In 2017 we started a 7 day per week operation
We are the only Constable Office that provides this in Hays County
In 2017 we partnered with the City of Wimberley to provide a full time Deputy and cover the city 7 days per week.
2018 we partnered with the Wimberley School District for a traffic control Deputy 5 days per week.
Certifications from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement
LEMIT-LCC from Hays County, 2014
I have 2 children.
My daughter Chloe is 14 and between her school, sports and hobbies, she stays busy with her sports. She will debate you all day to prove that she is right.
My son Connor is 9 and has started his education. He spends time learning new words and can build a dream world on Minecraft. He enjoys his games and watches Titanic every night.
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