Ptc 3 Constable Kevin Stofle
Georgetown Police Department Georgetown, Texas, June 1982 to present
Assistant Chief of Police (present)
Overall responsibility for Budget, Grant Management, Emergency Management, special projects, City Council presentations, and serve as Chief of Police in his absence.
Grant management, building renovation, special projects, facilities maintenance, oversite of the 800 MHz system, public information releases, and instruction.
Supervision of personnel in Communications, Patrol, K-9 and support staff; responsibilities included: personnel evaluations, conducted internal affairs investigations, strategic planning, developed and implemented problem oriented policing projects, assisted citizen concerns, evaluated community needs, oversite of the 800 MHz system, developed general orders, and budget maintenance.
Professional Standards Lieutenant
Supervision of personnel in Communications, Records, Animal Control, and Code Enforcement; responsibilities included: personnel evaluations, Coordinated and audited all internal affairs investigations, assisted citizen concerns, developed general orders, and implemented processes
Served as Sergeant while assigned to Patrol and Narcotics; responsibilities included: supervised police officers and support personnel, case preparation, undercover narcotic operations, training, advanced accident investigation, and firearms instruction
Responsibilities included: responded to calls for service, emergency calls, directed patrols, enforced laws and ordinances, prepared cases, and testified in court; and also served for two years as a motorcycle patrol officer
International Business Machines Austin, Texas
Senior Material Attendant July 1980 to May 1982
Responsibilities included: coordination on-site and off-site inventories of materials and supplies
Whitesboro Police Department Whitesboro, Texas
Police Officer February 1978 to July 1980
Responsibilities included: responded to calls for service, emergency calls, enforced laws and ordinances, prepared cases, and testified in court.
Instructor for the Texas Institute for Public Problem Solving, a Regional Community Policing Institute, for both police officers and citizens; in the following curriculums: Community Policing, Problem Solving, and Conflict Resolution and Management, Domestic Violence, Ethics and Integrity, Leadership, Early Identification and Intervention.
Selected to travel to Brazil to evaluate and provide technical assistance and instruction in community policing and problem solving to the Military Police of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Coordinated the Bluehole Park Project, winner of the 1995 International Herman Goldstein Excellence in Problem Solving Award
Presenter at the 1998 International Problem Oriented Policing Conference in San Diego, California
Coordinated the Bessie Hughes Problem Oriented Policing Project, Honorable Mentioned at the 1998 International Herman Goldstein Excellence in Problem Solving Awards
Member and Officer of the Williamson County Interlocal Communications Advisory Board
Federal, District, County, Municipal, and Teen Court experience
Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Georgetown