Kevin Stofle for Williamson County
Precinct 3 Constable
Kevin Stofle began his law enforcement career in Grayson County, Texas in1978 at the age of 19. He worked for two and a half years as a patrol officer for the Whitesboro Police Department before relocating to Williamson County in 1980.
In 1982 Kevin began his career with the Georgetown Police Department. Over the next 30 years Kevin would manage every Division within the Department, including: Communications, Records, Patrol, Traffic, Narcotics, Criminal Investigations, Internal Affairs, Training, Human Resources, Administration, and Emergency Management.
Kevin’s qualifications include over 33 years of extensive law enforcement experience, coupled with over 20 years of personnel, budgeting and project management experience. In 2003 he successfully completed the prestigious FBI National Academy and the FBI Leadership Challenge in Quantico, Virginia. Kevin has been a presenter at National Conferences in Washington D.C. and San Diego, Ca.
Kevin was also appointed by the Georgetown City Manager to serve as the City’s Emergency Management Coordinator, where he oversaw all Emergency Planning, Response, Recovery and Mitigation efforts for 13 years.
In 2004, Stofle was selected to participate in a policing exchange between the United States and the Brazilian Government in order to evaluate and instruct the Military Police in the State of Menis Gerias in their Community Policing efforts.
Kevin retired from the Georgetown Police Department in August of 2012 after serving the citizens of Georgetown for 30 years and 3 months, including nine years as its Assistant Chief of Police. As the Assistant Chief, Kevin managed all administrative aspects of the Department, including a 10 million dollar budget, and served as the acting Chief of Police on numerous occasions.
Kevin is married to Laura Stofle, has four children, and is an active member of Celebration Church in Georgetown. He has a long history of community service which includes serving on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity, Georgetown Rotary Club member, Project Graduation volunteer for over 20 years, GISD mentor, youth baseball coach, and numerous positions within his church.