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Police Chief's Welcome

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chief_kerbowRussell Kerbow
Chief of Police
I want to welcome everyone to our website. It's my desire that this website be a useful place for visitors desiring information on the various programs and services that our police department provides. The most recent feature of the city's website is the ability to report crimes on-line. In addition to criminal matters, residents may request their home be placed on the vacation watch list from the comfort of their computer terminal. You will also find basic crime prevention information along with a list of 'how tos' on matters ranging from how to obtain a police report to how to become a police officer. It is our objective that this site be user friendly and if you have a suggestion or idea that helps with this, please feel free to e-mail me your suggestion at wkerbow@cityoflewisville.com. Enjoy the site and welcome!

Biography
Chief Kerbow began his career in law enforcement with the Lewisville Police Department as a reserve police officer in September 1977. He joined the regular force on May 22, 1978. Chief Kerbow holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Texas and has a Masters Peace Officer license from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education. Chief Kerbow is a past graduate of the Institute of Law Enforcement Administration and the FBI National Academy, 197th Session. During his career at the Lewisville Police Department, Chief Kerbow has served the City as a Police Officer, Sergeant and Lieutenant over the Patrol Division, Lieutenant over the Criminal Investigations Division, Captain over Support Services, and most recently, the Support Services Bureau Assistant Chief.

Chief Kerbow is a member of the Lewisville High School's Hall of Fame and a member of the Lewisville Noon Rotary Club. He has served as a member of the Greater Lewisville Area YMCA board of directors and board chairman from 1988-91 and is a past member and chairman of CASA of Denton County from 2000-06.

A Brief History of the Lewisville Police Department