At the March 10 Special City Council Meeting, Rosenberg City Council unanimously appointed Dallis Warren Rosenberg’s 34th Chief of Police. Warren had served as Interim Chief since November 2013 and prior to that, as Assistant Chief of the Rosenberg Police Department.
“I look forward to serving the citizens of this community as their next police chief and will continue with the same honesty, openness and integrity that I have exemplified throughout my career,” said Chief Warren. “I want to thank the Mayor and City Council for the opportunity they have entrusted to me, and I want to thank the men and women of the Rosenberg Police Department for their support and for their unfailing public service to the citizens of Rosenberg.”
Chief Warren began his career with the City of Rosenberg as a Police Officer in 1979, and has served in a variety of different capacities over the years, including Sergeant, Detective, and Captain. Chief Warren was promoted to Assistant Police Chief in 2002, and has also served as Emergency Management Coordinator since 2004.
Warren is a graduate of University of Houston – Downtown, Sam Houston State University, and the FBI National Academy. He has served as an instructor for Texas A&M and the National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center, and as an adjunct instructor for Wharton County Junior College.
“We’re grateful for the leadership and commitment Dallis has exhibited to the Department and to the citizens of Rosenberg,” said Rosenberg Mayor, Vincent M. Morales, Jr., “and we look forward to working with him to continue to improve Rosenberg each and every day through proactive policing with the community.”