Officer Ramirez - Personal Message

I was born and raised in Dallas and went to school in Sachse, Texas.  I attended Richland College for two years before joining the military where I currently serve in the US Army Reserves.  Before becoming a Police Officer, I worked as a Jailer at the Collin County Sheriff’s Office.  When not working I enjoy playing music and spending time with my family.  I hope to make a difference by getting to know the citizens of Highland Village and keeping the high standards of the Highland Village Police Department.


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 4 for crime conducive conditions and to make certain that your questions and concerns are addressed promptly. While patrolling Area 4 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 430 homes, and 1,390 residents AOR 4.

AOR 4 is located on the western side of Highland Village between Highland Shores Blvd. and the railroad tracks and includes the Hillside and Southwood areas.

Traffic is not usually a concern in AOR 4 because there are no major thoroughfares but residents should be cautious about traffic around hills and curves.

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 4 is a fun, safe and peaceful place to live. Contact me if you would like more information about our AOR.

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