Police

MISSION


The mission of the Jacksboro Police Department is to protect life, property, and Individual rights. We will provide quality service in partnership with our community to create an environment that will aid and support the quality of life in our community.

Contact the Police Department by email and at (940) 567-2666, for emergencies call 9-1-1.

INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME
City Council is pleased to introduce Police Chief Scott Haynes to Jacksboro. City Staff look forward to welcoming him to the team as he begins his service with the Jacksboro Police Force on September 11, 2017. The community is invited to stop by the Police Station at 124 E. Belknap Street to introduce yourself and welcome him to our community.


BIOGRAPHY AND BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON SCOTT HAYNES
Captain Haynes assumed the position of Administrative Services Captain in April 2016 after serving 6 years as a Lieutenant assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division. Captain Haynes had previously spent 13 months in the Middle East in support of the Global War on Terror mission. He is a trained police sniper and is a former team leader for Special Weapons and Tactics.

Captain Haynes graduated from Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. He was active in student government and was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He worked his way through college serving as a Resident Director. A member of the Texan Battalion, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant through the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps at Tarleton State University in 1990. After receiving his commission, he attended the Ordnance Corps Officer Basic Course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. He is currently a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve and is assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve Control Group. In June 2017, he was selected for promotion to Lieutenant Colonel. Captain Haynes is a graduate of the Ordnance Captains Career Course, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, the 46th Command Management College at the Institute of Law Enforcement Administration, Plano, Texas, and the 72nd Leadership Command College at the Bill Blackwood Institute of Texas, Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.

Captain Haynes began his career with the Lewisville Police Department in 1996 after working five years as a Probation Officer for Collin County Adult Probation. As a Probation Officer, he supervised sex offenders and other high-risk offenders who required electronic monitoring.

Captain Haynes worked as a patrol officer from 1996-1998 before being reassigned to the Criminal Investigation Division as a Detective. He investigated property crime, specializing in white collar crimes such as fraud, identity theft and credit card abuse. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2001 and was reassigned to the Patrol Division as a Patrol Sergeant. He was reassigned as the Special Operations Sergeant in 2005 and remained in that position after being promoted to Lieutenant in 2008. Captain Haynes is a former member of Special Weapons and Tactics and has worked as a Sniper, Operations/Training Officer, and Team Leader. He enjoys training officers and is often called on to provide instruction on various topics, to include Arrest, Search and Seizure, Legal Updates, and Defensive Tactics courses. Captain Haynes is a TCOLE Certified Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor and currently holds a Master Peace Officer Certificate.

His badges and awards include: Special Weapons and Tactics Badge, Honor Guard Badge, Expert Marksmanship Badge, Twenty (20) year Service Award, and a Ten (10) year Safe Driving Award. Captain Haynes has received Nineteen (19) Perfect Attendance Awards during his tenure with the City of Lewisville. Captain Haynes was awarded the Lewisville Police Department Supervisor of the Year Award for 2013.

Captain Haynes is married to the former MeLisa Payne of Royse City, Texas and resides in Sanger, Texas. He has two daughters, Alison and Peyton and two sons, Preston and Paxton. He has one grandson, Baylor.