Travis Fuller named new Bowie Police SRO

Travis Fuller new Bowie School Resource Officer with the SRO vehicle. (Photo by Barbara Green)

Travis Fuller has been named the new Bowie School Resource Officer for the Bowie Police Department.
Fuller, 26, has been a patrol officer with the department for a little more than three years in two different stints. He joined the department in February 2012.
A graduate of Joshua High School, Fuller continued his education at Hill College attending the police academy. The young man always knew he wanted to be a police officer.
As a rookie on the force, Fuller told The Bowie News ever since he was small he and his two brothers wanted to be cops. He was first to achieve the goal and his two older brothers are working in law enforcement-related fields.

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1 Comment on Travis Fuller named new Bowie Police SRO

  1. The SRO program has been an extremely effective program in Silverton and Mt. Angel police departments for many years. I wish Officer Fuller all the best in what sometimes is a thankless but more often a very rewarding profession and position with a police agency. I worked as support staff for these two depts for 46 years and saw the need for SROs grow with the changes in society. Congrats PS My Mom was born & raised in Bowie and I still have family there.

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