Winters Police Department

Police Officer Biographies

  Winters, Texas  USA 

 

Chief Randal Davis

winters.police@yahoo.com

 

Officer Geyer has been in Law Enforcement since August 2002. She has been a Winters Police Officer since June 2009. She has been the City of Winters Fire Marshal since December 2010. 

Officer Geyer attended Sul Ross State University and earned a Bachelors Degree in English and Psychology. She holds several certificates and licenses through the State of Texas including Emergency Telecommunications Operator, Emergency Medical Technician and Arson Investigator. She is also a member of the Winters Volunteer Fire Department.

On her days off, Officer Geyer enjoys fishing, hunting, camping and spending time with her family and friends.

Officer Paula Geyer

803@wtxs.net

 

Officer Davis spent the majority of his life in the Central Texas area, is a proud father, and grandfather, who enjoys fishing, hunting, boating, and other outdoor activities.

Officer Davis began his law enforcement career, in 1988, while attending the W.C.T.C.O.G. Law Enforcement Academy, in Abilene, Texas. Officer Davis has 23 years law enforcement experience, beginning as a reserve deputy, patrolman, and promoting through the ranks, achieving the positions of Captain of Investigations, and Patrol Commander. Officer Davis was appointed and served as Chief of Police for the Cities of Lexington, Texas, and Olney, Texas, prior to joining the Winters Police Department. Officer Davis holds a Master Peace Officer Certification, is a T.C.L.E.O.S.E. Certified Police Instructor, and has attended over 2500 hours of education and law enforcement training.

Officer Davis says he set goals early in his career, met those goals, but missed certain aspects of Law Enforcement. He recently decided to leave the administration side of the job, and return to a patrol position, allowing him to interact with citizens in a more “community involved”, and enjoyable atmosphere. 

Juan Parra joined the Winters Police Department in October 2008. He is a Master Police Officer, Certified D.A.R.E Instructor, Certified TCLEOSE Instructor and has over 3300 hours of training in different areas of Law Enforcement.

Juan began his Law Enforcement Career in 1995 and Graduated from the Sul Ross Police Academy, in Alpine, Texas in 1996. Juan has 16 years of Law Enforcement experience beginning as a Communications Officer, Patrolman, Deputy Sheriff, and now serving as Sergeant of the Winters Police Department.

When Juan is not working, he enjoys watching NFL Football, coaching, playing golf, fishing, barbequing, and spending time with his family.

Sgt. Juan Parra

802@wtxs.net

Officer Eric Samaniego

805@wtxs.net

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Officer Samaniego graduated from the Conch Valley Council of Governments Police Academy in May of 2011. Officer Samaniego’s prior experience consists of working at the Juvenile Justice Center of Tom Green County for two years. Officer Samaniego is pursuing his Associate degree in Criminal Justice from Howard Community College in San Angelo. 

Officer Samaniego is the youngest Officer in the department and is excited and eager to learn from everyone around him. During his free time, Officer Samaniego enjoys spending time with his wife, his family, and his friends.

Officer Samaniego recently retired from playing Semi-professional Football with the West Texas Scorpions where he was a team Captain and part of a great team that won back to back State Championships in 2012 and 2013. During his football career Officer Samaniego was selected to five All-star games out of seven seasons in his respective league.

 

For Police Emergencies Dial

911

Non-emergency Number

325-754-4121

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Non-emergency Number

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Non-emergency Number

325-754-4121

 

"Originally from New England, I joined the Marine Corps in 2000 and served till 2004 in the infantry.  I served overseas in Iraq and in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  In 2006 I moved to Texas and went to college, earning a degree in social psychology.  In 2008 I attended the police academy through the Concho Valley COG and in December of 2008 I was hired as a reserve officer by the city of Winters.  I worked here as a reserve and also as a full time officer for the City of Clyde until 2010 when I moved to Fort Worth.  There I worked for the City of Joshua as a patrol and SWAT officer and then for the Tarrant County Sheriff's Department as a Deputy in the Criminal Warrants Division, Fugitive Apprehension Unit.

 In August of 2013 I returned to the Winters Police Department as a full time officer.  I missed the city and the people and my wife and I wanted to be closer to friends and family.  I look forward to being a part of the community again, and serving the citizens of Winters."

Officer Zac Mazey

804@wtxs.net