Captain Roy L. Ferguson currently serves as the Operations Commander for the Reserve Division.  He oversees all participation of members within that Division.

He began his career with the Houston Police Department in 1974. As an officer he worked in the Patrol, Narcotics and Community Service Divisions. After promoting to Detective, he was assigned to the Homicide Division where he worked for 12 years.  He went on to serve as a supervisor in the Recruiting and Personnel Divisions before retiring in 2008.  He received numerous departmental awards and recognitions and letters of commendation from citizens, supervisors and community leaders.

After retiring from the Houston Police Dept., Captain Ferguson joined the Fort Bend Precinct 2 Constables as a Reserve. He continued to serve his community and assist the administrative staff within the Constables office.  He worked for 12 years, rising to the rank of Lieutenant.

On April 23, 2021, Captain Ferguson was sworn in as a Reserve with the Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office.

Captain Ferguson worked with the Security Department of the Downtown Hyatt Regency throughout his law enforcement career and recently retired in March 2022 after 33 years of service.

He holds a Master Peace Officer Certification through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.

Lieutenant Neil Kirkpatrick is the Enforcement lieutenant for the Reserve Division. He oversees all participation of members of the Reserve Division with the Patrol Division and Detention Command within the Sheriff’s Office.

He began his law enforcement career as a deputy in the Reserve Division of the Navarro County Sheriff’s Office in 1987, serving as a Lieutenant for the last five years with that office. During his tenure at Navarro County, Lieutenant Kirkpatrick worked primarily in patrol, detention and communications and served as a Field Training Officer. He received a commendation in 1994 for directing the rescue of seven people trapped in a partially submerged vehicle. Lieutenant Kirkpatrick joined the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office in March of 1999 and continues to serve the Office primarily in patrol. He also assists in training of cadets at the Gus George Academy. He is a TCOLE classroom and firearms instructor and a DPS License to Carry instructor and holds a Master Peace Officer Certification through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.

Lieutenant Kirkpatrick has a BBA in Accounting from Southwestern University and is currently the Chief Financial Officer for Technology & Beyond. He and his wife Silvia along with his youngest daughter reside in Sugar Land.

Lieutenant Rebecca Lane is the Administrative lieutenant for the Reserve Division.  She oversees all administrative matters within the division.

After completing the Law Enforcement Academy at the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Academy in 2010, Rebecca held her commission at the Waller County Sheriff’s Office until 2019. There she served as a Sergeant over the Reserve division. While serving at Waller County Sheriff Office, she was also responsible for the Mounted Patrol Unit from 2011-2019 and was a SWAT Team Leader from 2013-2019.  Currently she is commissioned by the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office as a Reserve Lieutenant.  Rebecca obtained her Intermediate Peace Officer license in 2014.

Rebecca holds numerous certifications in EMS which include: CPR, ACLS, EPC, TCCC, TECC, AMLS, ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800, Ambulance Strike Team Leader (ASTL), Medical Incident Support Team (MIST), Ambulance Staging Manager (ASM) certifications, and Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR) Instructor.  She also holds many law enforcement certifications/qualifications, including Basic TOMS, Basic and Advanced SWAT, and Mounted Patrol Advanced.  She is a Basic TCOLE Instructor, a TCCC Instructor, and is an International Police Mountain Bike Association Instructor for both LE and EMS.

Rebecca became a Nationally Registered Paramedic in 1997 and currently works full time for Fort Bend County EMS as a Battalion Chief.  Her duties include being responsible for the daily operations of multiple EMS units and squads.  She has developed both the Tactical Medical Team and Bike Medic Team that are in operation at Fort Bend County EMS and is responsible for developing their qualifications and conducting their training.      


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