Steve Stanford, Chief of Police
Chief Stanford has more than 22 years in the law enforcement service; holding positions of Police Officer, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Assistant Chief and Chief of Police. Chief Stanford is a graduate of the 63rd Leadership Command College - Sam Houston State University / LEMIT.
Steve was appointed as Chief of Police in Bridgeport in October 2015. As chief, he is responsible for the overall operations of the police department to include; Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Emergency Communications, Emergency Management, Community Services, Code Compliance / Animal Services.
Todd Low, Administrative Lieutenant
Sergeant Todd Low began his career with the Bridgeport Police Department in June of 1993, assigned to the patrol division, then promoted to patrol Sergeant and eventually assigned to a state narcotic task force. In 2000 Todd went to work for the Flower Mound Police Department, where he served as a patrol officer, on the motorcycle traffic division and served on the department’s tactical unit. In 2004 Todd went to work for Collin County District Attorney’s Office where he was assigned to a misdemeanor court, and shortly thereafter promoted to the felony financial crimes unit. In 2008 Todd had the chance to return to the Bridgeport Police Department as the Criminal Investigations Sergeant. Currently, Todd supervises the Criminal Investigations Division and the School Resource Program and is the Administrative Lieutenant. Lt. Low holds a Master Peace Officer Certification, TCOLE Instructor License, and is a 2015 graduate of LEMIT.
Gerald "Jerry" Upton, Operations Lieutenant
Sergeant G. Upton has been employed with the Bridgeport Police Department for a little over 10 years. He attended the Cedar Valley College Police Academy, graduating in March of 2006 and was hired April of the same years. He worked his way through the ranks and is currently the Operations Lieutenant who oversees Patrol. He has been married for 20 years with 2 teenagers.Holli Olmos, Administrative and Communications Supervisor
Holli is a Bridgeport native who graduated Bridgeport High School. She started her career with the Police Department in January of 2006 as a dispatcher. She currently holds a Masters Certification in Telecommunications and in the past year has attended the Chief Executive Officers training at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Holli oversees the Communications Department and is the Administrative Supervisor for the Bridgeport Police Department.
Shelia Webb, Professional Standards
Shelia was born in Bridgeport and raised in Fort Worth. She has three children, five grandchildren and has been married for 42 years. Before starting at the Bridgeport Police Department 8 years ago she ran her husband’s paint business for 30. Shelia currently oversees Department Records, Property and is the State Recognition Program Manager.