Chief Jesus E. Campa

Police Chief in Marshall, Texas

Chief Jesus E. Campa

Police Chief in Marshall, Texas

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I am currently serving as the Police Chief of Marshall, Texas. I previously retired from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office in El Paso, Texas as the Chief Deputy of Law Enforcement after a successful 20-year career. The El Paso County Sheriff's Office protects 1,058 square miles and serves more than 800,000 residents. The County of El Paso is an urban, diverse, rapidly growing community that borders Juarez, Mexico and is home to Fort Bliss, the Army's second largest military installation. El Paso, Texas borders Las Cruses, New Mexico as well and is part of the El Paso – Las Cruces combined statistical area with a total population of 1.4 million.

Marshall, Texas is located in the thriving and diverse Arklatexoma U.S. socio-economic region where Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma intersect. Marshall, Texas is part of the Longview-Marshall statistical area made up of four counties in the north-east Texas region with a population of 271,669.

My twenty-two years of experience, combined with my formal education has prepared me to be an active, assertive, and visionary leader for any organization. I have developed a passion and personal commitment to public service, teamwork, crime prevention and community policing through the various programs I have initiated and overseen.