Constable Gary Majors was appointed Constable to succeed Ruben Davis as the Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Constable on October 25, 2016.
Constable Majors began his career with the Precinct 2 Constables Office in 1994 as a Deputy Constable. He graduated from the Houston Community College Law Enforcement Academy in 1994, Class 94C; becoming a Texas Peace Officer Certified by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). Early in his career, served in the Warrant Division 2 years and was later promoted to sergeant after being recognized for outstanding performance of his assigned duties. As a patrol sergeant he was responsible for the departments patrol officers, gang resistance program, and the field training for new deputies assigned to patrol. In 1996, he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and was assigned as Commander of the departments Education and Training. He specialized in civil process (civil law), earning his Civil Process Proficiency Certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE).
Throughout his career, Constable Gary Majors has vigorously pursued specialized law enforcement training in order to enhance his knowledge, skills and ability as law enforcement professional. He also received his license to instruct Law Enforcement Ethics and Cultural Diversity in Law Enforcement, in addition, he has earned his Master Peace Officer License (MPO) awarded by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. He is also a Certified Concealed Handgun Instructor, Mental Health Officer, and Texas Peace Officer Instructor. He also holds instructor certifications in Non-lethal Use of Force, ASP Baton, OC Pepper Mace, and a number of recognitions with the American Red Cross (First Aid, CPR, and AED).
Constable Majors is married to Dawn Majors and together they have one daughter, Gabrielle. They have resided in Fort Bend County Precinct Two since 1996 and have been members of the Windsor Village United Methodist Church since 2004. Gary is a respected member of his community, and has been honored by non-profits, community groups and his peers. Constable Majors will take a comprehensive multi-agency approach to law enforcement, and crime prevention, that will include all stakeholders in the community. Gary Majors is a number of several boards and committees, some of which include:
- National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)
- Barbara Jordan Endeavors (Kids with Unique Disabilities
- International Association of Chief of Police
- Justice of the Peace Constable Association
- Cleat combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas
- Former Board Member-NOBLE Executive Board Past Immediate President Houston Chapter of National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
- Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas, (Every Ready Lodge#506)