Deputy Harold S. Barnes, Jr.
Deputy Barnes has been with the Fort Bend County Sheriffs Office since June, 2000 . His duties include teaching about youth substance abuse and violence to young people. He is very eager to start working with the youth of Fort Bend County. Deputy Barnes enjoys fishing, shooting, working in the yard, and reading.
"Do your best and no one can ever be disappointed in you."
Deputy Frank Davis Jr.
Deputy Davis has been serving in law enforcement since 1989 as a Deputy Sheriff. He is assigned to the Youth Programs Unit and a member of Ft. Bend County Kids & Cops, Inc. His duties are addressing the prevention of youth substance abuse and violence to youth from elementary up to high school. This mission is accomplished by creating positive interaction between law enforcement and youth, involving educational and recreational opportunities along with enhancing self-esteem. Deputy Davis is also a member of the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Enforcers Football Team. Hobbies include reading, playing piano, and biking.
"The elevator to success is out of order; you will have to take the stairs...one step at a time."
Deputy Lupe DelaRosa
Deputy DelaRosa has been with the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office since 1998. She is assigned to the Kids & Cops Unit as a Youth Program Deputy. She Teaches substance abuse and safety awareness programs to students in the Fort Bend School District. Deputy DelaRosa enjoys running, reading, and listening to music.
"While it is wise to learn from our experience, it is wiser to learn from the experiences of others."
Deputy Diane Fullinwider
Deputy Diane has been with the Ft. Bend County Sheriff’s Office since 1995. She is assigned to the Community Services Division as a Kids & Cops Youth Programs Deputy. Deputy Diane teaches anti-drug and safety awareness programs to students in Ft. Bend County. By encouraging a positive relationship between law enforcement and youth, Deputy Diane hopes to make a difference in as many young lives as possible. She believes there is nothing more important to all our futures than instilling optimism, self-confidence and the value of personal responsibility in our children. Deputy Diane enjoys sports, reading, and family time.
"You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose."
- Dr. Seuss
Deputy Tina Guerra
Deputy Guerra has been with the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office since 1996. She is assigned to the Kids & Cops Unit as a Youth Program Deputy. She enjoys helping people and cares what happens to them. I am also a licensed vocational nurse for over 15 years. Deputy Guerra also enjoys working as a nurse because it also means helping people. Her hobbies are reading, going to the movies, and spending time with her family. But most of all, she likes working with kids and helping them to make the right choice.
"An education is the window to learning."
Deputy Michael Messina
Deputy Messina has been with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office since 2011, working in the Detention Division and since 2013, has worked in the Community Services Division, specifically in the Kids and Cops Program. Deputy Messina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston, Downtown as well as a Texas Teaching Certificate. Deputy Messina enjoys working with Fort Bend County’s youth, guiding them to reach their fullest potential by keeping them safe, teaching them to make good choices, and making them aware of the real world and the dangers therein. In his spare time, Deputy Messina enjoys playing guitar, drums, and singing, as well as exercising and spending time with his family.
"It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless."
- L.R. Knost
Deputy Branden Smith
Deputy Smith has been serving the Community with the Fort Bend County Sheriff's office since 2009 as a Deputy Sheriff. He made a difference in the community, joining the Kids & Cop division of Fort Bend County. Where he teaches children and young adults about drugs, stress, peer pressure, bullying, good decision making and how to deal life's challenges in a positive way. He also encourages children to "Reach One, Teach One”. He strives to make a difference in building confidence in the youth for the future. Deputy Smith strongly believes that with his hard work and diligence the world can be better place one child at a time. When he's not making a difference in the Kids & Cops division he enjoys playing sports, watching the Dallas Cowboys play and spending time with family.
The key to being great is to HELPING OTHERS strive for greatness.