Hello, my name is David Elliott. I grew up in Forney, Texas. I attended college at Stephen F. Austin State University. I started my law enforcement career in 2013 working in the jails of Nacogdoches and Dallas County. I am a graduate of the Dallas County Sheriff's Academy. When I am not at work you can find me spending time outdoors hunting, fishing or camping. I also enjoy working on my first car, a 1967 Mercury Cougar. I look forward to serving the community and providing a safe environment for the citizens of Highland Village.
If you ever have any questions about safety or crime please give one of us a call and we will be happy to meet with you. Our job as your AOR Officers is to monitor Area 3 for crime conducive conditions and to make certain that your questions and concerns are addressed promptly. While patrolling Area 3 we look for things such as suspicious people, suspicious vehicles, faded traffic and street signs, and children who forgot their safety helmets.
There are approximately 400 homes, and 1,315 residents in AOR 3 (see the map on the back).
AOR 3 is located on the northwest side of Highland Village north of Highland Shores Blvd between Lake Cove and Lakeside Drive.
Traffic is not usually a problem in AOR 3, but please be aware of the hills and curves in this area and watch for cars when crossing the street.
In regards to crime, residents should be aware of construction near their homes and be watchful for suspicious persons or vehicles in their neighborhoods. Construction site thefts occasionally occur and residents are our best resource to notify us of unusual activity.
AOR 3 is a fun, safe and peaceful place to live. Contact me if you would like more information about our AOR.