The Bryan Police Department honored Officer Tim Adams at a retirement ceremony on July 14, 2009 at the Bryan Justice Center for his 21 years and 9 months of service to the Bryan Police Department, his community and the citizens of Bryan.
Officer Adams started his law enforcement career as a police officer for the City of Bryan on October 12, 1987. While at the Bryan Police Department Adams served as a patrol officer for 6 ½ years, a detective for 5 years, and began working as a training officer in 1993 where his primary areas of expertise were in pursuit driving and firearms training. During his time he also served as a Field Training Officer, a bicycle officer, and as a Tactical Response Team member.
Beginning in 2001, Officer Adams took on the role that he is most noted and revered for within the Bryan Police Department and the City of Bryan, and that is the role of recruiting officer. Officer Adams has been the point of contact for many citizens that have expressed interest in serving as a police officer for the City of Bryan. At the time of his retirement, 87 of the 131 officers currently employed by the Bryan Police Department were recruited by Officers Adams. Through his recruiting efforts and diligent work in hiring new recruits, Officer Adams has provided the Bryan Police Department with exceptional officers that have the vision to make the City of Bryan the safest City in the Great State of Texas.
Officer Adams has been married to his wife, Andrea, for 23 years and they have four sons, Randall, and Mitchell are students at Texas A&M University, Kendall will be a senior at Bryan High School, and Daniel will be a Bryan Collegiate High School freshman this fall.
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