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I Can Drum Program Gets Facelift
Yesterday, Assistant Chief Jim Stuart donated a new drum set and the POA donated $880 to purchase equipment to update the other two drum kits as part of the I Can Drum program. The I Can Drum program began in 2016 as a joint effort between Assistant Chief Jim Stuart and Ed Francis, owner of Round Rock Drums and Executive Director of Rhythm Workshops, a non-profit which works with at-risk youth. The program began at Berkman Elementary with Stuart and Francis mentoring the children through music...

Register To Vote!
The Round Rock Police Officer’s Association reminds members and citizens in our community to register to vote by February 3, 2020. We should all work to elect local and state officials who strongly support Round Rock Police Officers and public safety. City of Round Rock Elections – May 2, 2020 Williamson County Primary Elections – March 3, 2020**Originally Po...

Officer Schultz Adopts Champ
Officer John Schultz formally adopts Champ! Officer Schultz has been fostering Champ since October while Champ recovers from injuries sustained during a severe animal cruelty case. Officer Schultz has been an ambassador for Champ and helped the Williamson County Animal Shelter raise money during their annual Fur Ball. Thank you Officer Schultz for having such a big heart!**Originally Posted  Friday, 17 January 2020

Round Rock Police Promote Five
The Round Rock Police Department announces the promotion of five sworn staff members. The five were recognized at a promotional ceremony on Friday, Jan. 10, at the Round Rock Public Safety Training Center.Jim Stuart has been promoted to Assistant Chief. Stuart has been with the Round Rock Police Department since 1988, most recently serving as supervisor over the Criminal Investigations Division. Stuart replaces Assistant Chief Alain Babin, who retired in November after 25 years of service.Melis...

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