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Chief Cox
Police Chief Gary Cox

Welcome to Cibolo Police Department.

On behalf of all the members of the Cibolo Police Department, welcome to our website.

The Cibolo Police Department strives for excellence in the professional and courteous delivery of police services. The goal of the organization is to build collaborative relationships with the community that will improve the quality of life by enforcing laws in a fair and impartial manner while encouraging a spirit of cooperation and mutual trust with the public.

It's important for us to stay connected to the community we serve. It is also important that you are informed about what work we do, how we complete our work and how you can assist us in being successful. Our website is one tool we use to achieve this goal.

Thank you for visiting our website. We welcome your suggestions, ideas, and feedback. E-mail:


Chief Cox was appointed as Chief of Police for the Cibolo Police Department in July of 2009. Before coming to Cibolo, Chief Cox spent 19 years in law enforcement with the Sugar Land Police Department in the greater Houston Area promoting to the rank of Captain. Chief Cox has worked in all areas of law enforcement including patrol, investigations, SWAT, narcotics, vice, traffic and various supervisory positions. In addition he also oversaw and implemented innovative technology programs, including license plate reader cameras.

Chief Cox holds a Masters degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from University of Houston – Victoria, a Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Studies from the University of Virginia and a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Stephen F. Austin State University. He is a graduate of the Police Executive Research Forum - Senior Management Institute for Police (via the Kennedy School of Government) and the FBI National Academy (247th Session).

Chief Cox is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Police Executive Research Forum, the Texas Police Chiefs Association and the Alamo Area Chiefs Association.