Tim Cromie has been selected as the new Chief of Police for the City of Nassau Bay and sworn into the position on November 13, 2018, according to Nassau Bay’s City Manager Jason Reynolds.
“Cromie’s background and experience make him a great fit for our City. Tim brings a fantastic servant leader attitude to the team and is a great addition to an already outstanding police department. I am confident Chief Cromie will continue Nassau Bay’s commitment to community policing and outreach,” said Reynolds.
This selection comes after an extensive search process with the assistance of Kenneth Campbell Consulting to find the best candidate to replace Chief Campbell, who retired in May 2018.
“I am excited to be part of the Nassau Bay Police Department and serving the citizens of Nassau Bay. I look forward to leading this great department of men and women in blue. We promise to provide the best service we can to our citizens and continue to keep Nassau Bay a safe and enjoyable community,” stated Cromie.
Chief Cromie recently served with the Dickinson Police Department as the Criminal Investigation Division Sergeant and has been in law enforcement since 1985.
Tim holds a Master Peace Officer license through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, as well as certifications for Basic Police Juvenile Officers and Crime Prevention. In addition, he has completed training from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and is an instructor with the Texas City Law Enforcement Training Academy and the TMPA’s Advanced Child Abuse Investigation Training Program.