Patrol Division

Bryan Hill began his career with the Tomball Police Department as a Patrol Officer in December, 2004.  He has worked various assignments in the patrol division, including SWAT, Accident Reconstruction, CSI (Crime Scene Investigation), and School Resource Officer. Hill advanced in rank until his most recent promotion to Captain in January, 2019. Prior to serving with the Tomball Police Department, Captain Hill was a member of the Kingsville Police Department and Kleberg County Sheriff's Office.  He holds a Master Peace Officer Certification, and Basic Instructor Proficiency Certification.

Captain Bryan Hill, a medium toned brown skin man with a very short haircut wearing a dark navy unif

The Uniformed Patrol Operations Division has the primary responsibility for the protection of the citizens of the City of Tomball. It is the policy of this department to staff, equip, and maintain a uniformed patrol component to engage in a wide variety of law enforcement activities. The patrol operations division is designed to perform the following:

  • Patrol activities
  • Crime suppression activities
  • Response to citizen service request
  • Preliminary investigations
  • Traffic safety
  • Provide first responder emergency services
  • Develop a proactive partnership with our citizens
  • Ride-a-long with an officer
Matt, Coco, Arriaga
Four Officers

Primary Objectives

The primary goal of the Tomball Police Department Patrol Operations Division is to protect the community and promote public safety through proactive policing strategies to suppress crime and reduce traffic accidents.

To address this goal, the Patrol Operations Division implemented:

  • District oriented policing methods
  • Crime awareness programs
  • Field interview cards
  • Proactive responsive anti-crime programs
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