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Night Patrol

(979) 209-5300 | (979) 209-5303 Fax
E-mail Bryan Police


Lt. Buck Rogers
Commander, Night Patrol
(979) 209-5371 | email

  • Night Units
  • K-9 Unit
  • Evening Units

    The primary responsibility of the patrol units is public safety accomplished through the maintenance of public order, the enforcement of state and local laws and the prevention of crime and the apprehension of criminals. Duties include, but are not limited to, responding to calls for service, problem solving through community oriented policing and the preliminary investigation of criminal activity discovered or reported during their night time tour of duty.

  • NIGHT UNITS


    Sgt. Lance Mathews
    Night 1 Supervisor
    (979) 209-5358 | email

    Sgt. Brett Boswell
    Night 1 Supervisor
    209-5389 | email

    Sgt. Demond Oliver
    Night 2 Supervisor
    209-5392 | email

    Sgt. Shane Bush
    Night 2 Supervisor/K-9 Unit Supervisor
    209-5362 | email

    Bryan Patrol Officers work twelve (12) hour shifts normally as solitary patrol units assigned to certain areas of the city. Many of the patrol vehicles have on-board computers and video cameras as well as the standard patrol car equipment. Bryan Patrol Officers are gifted individuals with a wide range of talents and their job requires them to be very flexible in dealing with citizens of all socio-economic backgrounds, and with the ever changing world of technological advancement. Police Officers with the City of Bryan receive a minimum of 80 hours of training per year.


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    EVENING UNITS

    Sgt. Jeff Peters
    Evening 1 Supervisor
    (979) 209-5453 | email

    Sgt. Gabriel Alvarez
    Evening 2 Supervisor
    (979) 209-5386 | email

    The primary responsibility of the patrol units is public safety accomplished through the maintenance of public order, the enforcement of state and local laws and the prevention of crime and the apprehension of criminals. Duties include, but are not limited to, responding to calls for service, problem solving through community oriented policing and the preliminary investigation of criminal activity discovered or reported during their evening tour of duty. The Evening Units are tasked with deploying during periods of peak call loads.


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    K-9 UNIT

    Officer Al Hauke
    K-9 Unit
    (979) 209-5365 | email

    Officer Chad Hanks
    K-9 Unit
    (979) 209-5337 | email

    In 2009 K-9 Unit supervisor Sgt. Dean Swartzlander helped supervise the certification of the two new K-9 Handlers after a 16 week basic K-9 Handlers’ course here in Bryan, Texas. The lessons were physically demanding on both the police service dogs and their handlers. The topics covered in the course were building searches, tracking, evidence recovery, narcotics searches, suspect apprehension, obedience, gunfire discipline, and tactical deployments. Completion of this course helped the new K-9 Handlers obtain this internationally recognized police service dog certification. Officer Hanks completed his certification in March 2009 and Officer Hauke completed his certification in May 2009. Officer Hanks is currently partnered with K-9 Kohn, a Belgium Malinois, and Officer Hauke is currently partnered with K-9 Falco, a Belgium Malinois.

    In 2009:
    Building Searches Conducted on Structure: 18
    Responses to burglary/robbery alarms: 277
    Patrol Assistance Calls: 1245
    Narcotic Searches: 31





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