Deputy Brandon Breaux
Deputy Brandon Breaux began his law enforcement career in 2006 with the Galveston County Sheriffs Office and transferred to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office in 2008. Deputy Breaux spent numerous years in the Patrol Division and is currently assigned to the Community Services Division as part of the Truancy Abatement Assistance Program (T.A.A.P). His duties include teaching students, administrators and parents about the causes and effects of juvenile law. Deputy Breaux works close with Juvenile Probation and also patrols Fort Bend County for runaways, wanted persons and students that are skipping school (truancy). While off duty, deputy Breaux enjoys spending time with his wife and son, Carter, who mean the world to him.
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
Deputy Joseph Barrett
Deputy Barrett began his career in law enforcement in 1996. His career has consisted of patrol duties as well as tactical duties as part of the Sheriff's Office marksman observer team. Deputy Barrett's current duties as a member of the Truancy Abatement Assistance Program (T.A.A.P) include instructing youth about juvenile law and working with juvenile probation to ensure our youth comply with state law. His hobbies include camping, motor sports and firearms.
"Enlighten the people, generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like spirits at the dawn of day."
- Thomas Jefferson: Letter to Dupont de Nemours, April 24, 1816