Chief of Police Tim Cromie began his service with Nassau Bay in 2018. With over 33 years of service, Chief Cromie worked through the ranks of Patrolman, Patrol Sergeant, Community Policing Officer, DARE Instructor, School Resource Officer, Detective, Public Information Officer, Detective Sergeant and now Chief of Police.
At Nassau Bay, Chief Cromie fosters an atmosphere of community policing and professionalism. Chief Cromie is dedicated to developing his officers and their service to the community. Cromie holds a Master Peace Officer License and a Police Officer Instructor License through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and has over 2,600 hours of continuing education and training in law enforcement.
Chief Cromie currently holds a Basic Police Juvenile Officer Certification and a Crime Prevention Certification, both from Southwest Texas State University’s Institute of Criminal Justice. Cromie has conducted trainings and presentations across the United States and Canada, including the Federal Bureau of Investigations, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, National District Attorney’s Association, Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Toronto Police Services, and the International Symposium on Human Identification.
“I am excited to be at Nassau Bay Police Department and serving the citizens of Nassau Bay. I look forward to leading this great police department of men and women in blue. We promise to provide the best service we can to our citizens and will continue to keep Nassau Bay a safe community.”