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Leander Texas Police Station Address: 705 Leander Dr, Leander, TX 78641, United States


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LPD 40th Anniversary Throwback Thursday

In an era when women were just beginning to work as patrol officers in larger Texas police departments, the Leander Police Department hired Jewel E. Gilmore in 1979 as a Reserve Police Officer. Gilmore attained the rank of Reserve Sergeant before she became a full-time officer in 1980. She will always hold the distinction of being the first female officer in Leander, and if not the first, likely one of the first female officers working in a municipal police department in Williamson County. (Photograph courtesy of Lee and Pat Nusbaum) If you are interested in learning more about the Leander Police Department’s history, check out the publication of our new history book here: http://www.leandertx.gov/police/page/leander-police-history-book

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Leander Police Department History Book Published

To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Leander Police Department, Assistant Chief Jeff Hayes has compiled a visual history of the police department and published a 204 page hardcover book, containing over 800 photos of the individuals, insignia, equipment, vehicles and facilities that have constituted the Leander Police Department over the last forty years.

“Retrospectus: A Photographic History of the Leander Police Department” takes a retrospective look at the evolution of the City’s municipal police agency from 1978, beginning with Leander’s first law enforcement officer, Chief C.D. Hill, though the decades to Chief Greg Minton’s department of today.

The book project has taken over two years to complete and is populated with hundreds of photographs donated by former department members and collected from the archives of the Leander Police Department, the City of Leander, local newspapers and other generous sources.

“This has certainly been a great deal of fun,” Hayes said, “I have met many former members of the Department and made many new friends while working on this project.”

In 2003, when a member of the Cedar Park Police Department, Hayes wrote a history book for that agency to commemorate its 30th Anniversary. The Cedar Park Historical Society published the book, “Reflections: The History of the Cedar Park Police Department.” That history book was the inspiration to compile materials for his most recent project.

“It was a natural transition,” Hayes said, “as the Leander Assistant Chief, I wanted to mark the progress of our organization and honor the men and women who helped make us the great agency we are today.”

The book is published as a non-profit education and historical preservation effort. Hayes compiled the book on his own time and makes absolutely no profit from the sale of the book, which is priced at the cost of printing only. The book is available from a self-publishing print-on-demand resource and can be found here: http://www.leandertx.gov/police/page/leander-police-history-book

Hayes remains interested in collecting old photos and memorabilia from the police department’s history to add to their growing archive.

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