Bryan PD crew leader, in-take specialist retires after 27 years

Bryan Police Department
Friday, August 2, 2013 - 9:23am

A night-shift typist is retiring from the Bryan Police Department after 27 years.

Barbara Bowser started with the Bryan Police Department in September 1977 as a typist working the night shift. She then moved to the records division and served there for two years. In 1980, Bowser  took a position as a dispatcher which was housed at the Bryan Police Department and became a communications supervisor. In 1990 the dispatch services were moved from the Police Department to the Brazos County 911 district taking Bowser with them. In November 1998, Bowser returned to the Bryan Police Department as an intake specialist. In 2001 Barbara received the prestigious award of Civilian Employee of the Year. She became a crew leader in 2004 and then promoted to Intake Supervisor in 2005. In 2007 Barbara Bowser was selected as a member of the Law Records Steering Committee.

Barbara Bowser is a respected member in this department and the Bryan Police Department wishes Bowser the best in his future endeavors and she will be missed by the department and community she served.

 

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