Chief Todd Radford

Chief Todd Radford
Chief of Police City of Lakeway Police Department,  Lakeway, TX (October 2009-present)  
Lead an agency of 30 police officers, 3 reserves, 4 crossing guards, 10 dispatchers, and 2 civilians. Manage the $3.6 million budget; provide oversight on all aspects of the agency from personnel to investigations, from administration to patrol operations.

Lieutenant, Patrol Commander  City of Lakeway Police Department, Lakeway, TX
(February 2007 to October 2009)

Lead the Patrol Division/Work assignments also include those of an assistant chief
•             Coordinate the law enforcement efforts of 30 sworn officers
•             Coordinate the training efforts for the sworn officers
•             Supervise the patrol sergeants, patrol corporals, officers, dispatchers, animal control officers and a dispatch supervisor
•             Research and develop department and division policy, and author related procedures
•             Work actively with the department budget
•             Approve purchases for the police department
•             Communicate with the City leadership on law enforcement issues
•             Conduct internal investigations
•            Communicate with civilians, civilian groups, schools and act as liaison with outside law enforcement agencies
•             Work as the Emergency Management Coordinator, developing hazard mitigation plans and working with the county emergency management office to develop emergency operation plans 

Sergeant Investigator, Training Coordinator    Office of the Texas Attorney General, Austin, TX
Office of Special Investigations (October 2005 – February 2007) Training, Planning and Support Division
•             Coordinated the training of 120 officers statewide
•             Authored lesson plans, calendars, evaluations, and coordinate classes
•             Wrote planning documents, standard operating procedures and division policies
•             Researched initiatives for the Criminal Investigations Division and the Office of Special Investigations
•             Provided tactical expertise for tactical operations in the field
•             Maintained weapons and ammunitions inventory
•             Taught courses dealing with field training, cultural diversity, investigative topics, legal updates, baton, leadership, firearms use, tactical firearms courses, active shooter courses, and tactical entry.

Mountain State University – Bachelors of Criminal Justice Administration 2007
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Mountain State University – Masters of Science – Strategic Leadership 2009
Capella University – Doctor of Public Safety Administration – currently (doctoral candidate)