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A Law Enforcement Officer with over fifteen years of experience, Bryan Skero currently serves as the Detective and Supervisor of the Narcotics Criminal Interdiction and K9 Unit Supervisor/Handler at Harris County Constable Precinct 3. He is regarded as one of the most successful Narcotics Criminal Interdiction officers in Houston, Texas.
Bryan takes pride in the many accomplishments he has enjoyed in his personal and professional life. But first and foremost, he is a conservative Christian whose faith inspires him to become a public servant for most of his adult life.
Bryan is a long-time resident of Montgomery County, Texas. His family set roots in East Montgomery County decades ago, having been active in the community from the onset. They opened successful businesses, churches and volunteered for many great causes within their community. He holds the traditions and values of the families of this great county in the highest regard. His life-long commitment is to provide excellent service to those he interacts with, both personally and professionally.
Bryan first began pursuing his passion for community service and law enforcement in 2004 as a Texas Certified Peace Officer as a Montgomery County Precinct 4 Reserve Deputy. Throughout the next 15 years in his law enforcement career, his experience and training include being a Narcotics Interdiction Officer, and K9 Supervisor and Handler for over 7 years. He is fully committed to the disruption of narcotics possession and trafficking along with illegal alien smuggling and human trafficking.
As Constable, Bryan’s number one priority is to protect and serve all of Montgomery County citizens. He plans to use his law enforcement background and experiences to expand the reach of the Montgomery Precinct 4 Constable’s Office. He will form solid partnerships with surrounding agencies to expand the use of all available resources to keep the community safe. He wants to establish and maintain a healthy morale within all divisions of the Precinct 4 Constable’s Office. Bryan understands that it takes a team of dedicated individuals to run the department successfully. He plans on conducting an internal review of all current Deputies’ capabilities and experiences and match them up with the right positions to maximize their talents and productivity. He will implement a transparent policy for all staff members to have open and effective communication with leadership and with each other. He believes that this will lead to a respectful and ethical Constable’s Office.
Bryan’s vision for Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office is to implement a high level of professionalism, integrity, accountability, and fairness within the office. The main duties of a Texas Constable are serving civil process. His goal is to work with the Justice of the Peace to provide an electronic civil process serving system for fast and efficient process serving for the deputies. He also wants to implement or improve several divisions within the department, Narcotics Criminal Interdiction Unit, DWI Division, Traffic Division, and Environmental Crime Division. He wants to administer community-oriented policing measures to deter criminal activity through citizen involvement and establish integration between residents and police; establish a Silver Watch Program to watch over our beloved seniors; create youth development programs; and open an Animal Shelter for East Montgomery County to combat the epic amount of stray animals in our community.
Serving the public with the highest level of honesty and integrity is what Bryan has done most of his life. If elected, Bryan would humbly accept the honor and privilege of serving the community as Constable. He pledges to serve the citizens of Precinct 4 with transparency, dedication, and distinction. His background and law enforcement experience along with leadership and management skills make him uniquely qualified and capable of advancing the Constable’s Office and its deputies as a strong and positive influence in the community, providing for a safe and welcoming environment for current and future residents to proudly call home.
Submitted by john wertz on 2020-02-09 14:48:10
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Submitted by john wertz on 2020-01-25 03:32:55
From: Bryan Skero
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 12:41 PM
To: John Wertz;
Subject: TCOLE Reprimand Letter on Bryan Skero
Hi John, I would like to respond to the TCOLE reprimand letter on my file. In September of 2017, I... More
Submitted by john wertz on 2019-12-27 14:23:28