Command Staff:
The command staff handles a wide range of duties and tasks. The day to day operation is dependent on the command staff. A few of their duties are planning, budget preparations, officer recruitment and selection, asset management, emergency management coordination, fleet management, purchasing, public information dissemination, Internal Affairs, travel and training assignments, community relations, evidence management. 
Chief Ryan Phipps

Captain Denver Collins

Patrol Lieutenant James Allen

Special Operations Lieutenant (OPEN) 

To reach any member of the Command Staff at the Manor Police Department please email or call 512-272-8177 (non-emergency)

Criminal Investigations:
The Criminal Investigations Division conducts follow-up investigations on crimes that have been reported to the Manor Police Department Patrol Division. Our Detectives investigate homicides, sex crimes, fraud, child abuse, narcotic activity and much more. They also are responsible for registering sex offenders and maintain parolee information.

While conducting a speedy investigation into every report is our goal, weekends, holidays and high priority cases often delay the process. To inquire about a case’s status please call 512-272-8177.

Criminal Investigations Supervisor:
Sgt. Craig Struble

Criminal Investigations Detectives:

Det. Anne Lopez

Det. Kailey Krumpfer

Det. David Milton

Traffic Division:

The Traffic Unit is a uniformed unit that reconstructs major accident scenes and enforces traffic law. The primary duty of the Traffic Unit is the enforcement of traffic laws in order to reduce traffic collisions, their resulting injuries and to facilitate the safe and expedient flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Traffic Officers:

Officer Andrew Cruise


Community Programs Officer:

Open Position



Patrol Division:

Uniformed Patrol Division is the largest division of the Police Department. These are the Officers you see on the streets working wrecks or knocking on your door to take your report.  These fine individuals are the core of our department and serve our community selflessly working nights weekends and holidays. All sworn officers meet or exceed standards and are licensed through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement as Texas Peace Officers.

Patrol has a wide range of responsibilities including:
Enforcing city, state and federal laws
Preliminary investigations of crimes
Majority of all Arrests
Traffic Enforcement
Accident Investigations
Public Education
Community Outreach

Patrol Supervisors:
Sgt. Brandon Handy
Sgt. Zon Lout
Sgt. Adam Crews
Sgt. Lawrence Rideau

Patrol Officers:
Officer Colton Haupt
Officer Gloria Rock
Officer Shawn Pettersen
Officer Adrianne Stone 
Officer Marshall Surovik
Officer Ryan Smith
Officer Trevor Tate
Officer Bryan Estrada
Officer Dylan Harr
Officer Andrew Cehand
Officer Nelson Francis II
 Officer Aaron Howe
Officer Shaun Harr
Officer Daniel Sanchez
Officer Zachary Burdorf
Officer Nathaniel Deely
Officer Tyler Welch
Open Officer


Animal Control:

The Animal Control Division is responsible for the welfare and safety of animals (domestic or wildlife) in the City of Manor. The Animal Control Division also contributes to the education and enforcement of city ordinances and laws that regulate pets and other animals in the city limits. Spay, neuter and chipping information will also be made available through Animal Control.

Open Position - Animal Control Officer

Email with our Animal Control at

Civilian Staff:

The Civilian staff of the Manor Police Department is made up of a Civilian Supervisor and two Police Clerks. These exceptional people are who you speak with when calling to the police station to request records or other police services besides the dispatch of an officer. They also complete many of the clerical tasks such as reports filed with the Texas Dept. of Public Safety and the FBI, police payroll, criminal records, crash submissions to TxDOT and case paperwork between our agency and the court systems. All civilian employees of the Manor Police Department are licensed and meet the standards set for by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement as Telecommunicators.

Robyn Jackson - Police Civilian Supervisor (
Cynthia Turner - Police Clerk (
Sandra Bocksnick - Police Clerk (

Victim Services:
The Victim Services Network was founded by the Manor Police Department in 2017 to increase the range and availability of services to their community. This agency’s determination was shared by the Lago Vista Police Department and Jonestown Police Department who joined Manor by establishing an interlocal agreement to ensure services to those affected by crime and crisis circumstances. As lead agency, Manor VSN envisions a community in which agencies are dedicated to creating partnerships to promote successful, coordinated, and culturally sensitive response to victims, where individuals experience compassionate support of choices and effective utilization of resources.

The Mission of the Victim Services Network is to provide crisis intervention, advocacy, and access to resources to reduce trauma and enhance informed decision making. The VSN also works to expand knowledge of trauma and victimization to improve outcomes for both individuals and society. The VSN strives to empower individuals by offering services that are inclusive and accessible, while seeking to enhance knowledge of rights and resources, delivered with integrity, compassion, and respect.

VSN Contact Information

Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm 
E-mail: | (512) 272-8177 
Should you need to speak with Victim Services outside of normal business hours, please call (512) 974-0845 Opt. 3 and request contact from the on-call representative.

VS Specialist: Hunter Hartman | (512)

VS Specialist: Marycarmen Ramirez | (512)


The City of Manor Strives to promote Community spirit through the preservation of our unique character and heritage, while fostering a dynamic economic environment.

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