20-year Bryan PD Veteran Retires from Force

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Lieutenant W. James (Jim) Stewart started with the Bryan Police Department as a Reserve Officer in March of 1993. As a Reserve Officer, Lt. Stewart was instrumental in helping the Bryan Police Department in their Community Oriented Policing Programs. He has assisted in Neighborhood Nuisance Programs, patrol initiatives to improve quality of life in our neighborhoods, and participated in the Christmas Parades and other town events. In 1999 Lt. Stewart received an exceptional duty citation. In 2000 Jim Stewart was promoted to Reserve Lieutenant. Lt. Stewart received his Master Peace Officer License in 2005. Lt. Stewart was voted Reserve Officer of the year in 1999 and again in 2006.

While working as a Reserve for the Bryan Police Department on a part-time basis, Lt. Stewart also worked with several organizations providing emergency management for state and federal officials and emergency response and rescue training throughout the state of Texas.

Lt. Stewart is a dedicated and respected leader. Lt. Stewart has accepted a full time position as Chief Deputy Sheriff with the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office.

Please come and join us for Lt. Jim Stewart’s retirement on Wednesday, February 6th from 4:00pm to 5:00pm in the Secondary Courtroom at the Bryan Police Department.