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Officer Jules Greagrey
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Officer Jules Greagrey was born in Austin Texas, and raised in Round Rock. From early childhood, he had an extreme passion for Law Enforcement, and was heavily influenced by his uncle who retired as a Commander from the Bakersfield Police Department in California. After graduating from Round Rock High School in 2004, Officer Greagrey enrolled in Austin Community College to study Criminal Justice.

Officer Greagrey attended the CAPCOG Regional Law Enforcement Academy sponsored by the Pflugerville Police Department. He was a squad leader and the Vice president of his Basic Peace Officers Class #62. He graduated in 2012 and was honored with the Director’s Award for scoring a 90% on the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education state exam.

Officer Greagrey has a strong background with juveniles and young adults who struggle with behavioral challenges and various disabilities. He worked for the Round Rock ISD in the Special Education Department for 8 years as a Job Coach with the Vocational program, primarily working with students ranging from ages 15-22. 

Personal Message:  “It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” -- Roy Disney

2905 FM 685
Pflugerville, TX 78660

Officer David Morrow
Officer David Morrow comes to Pflugerville from Roswell, New Mexico.  He graduated from Roswell High school in 1996.  After high school, Officer Morrow enlisted in the United States Navy.  While serving in the Navy, he worked on fighter jets and was stationed in Atsugi, Japan. Officer Morrow spent significant time in the Arabian Gulf with the military.

Officer Morrow graduated from the CAPCOG police academy in 2005 and began his law enforcement career with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department as a court bailiff.  In 2007, Officer Morrow served with the Bee Cave Police Department where he was assigned to the patrol division.   He served as a Field Training Officer during his tenure with the Bee Cave Police Department.

Officer Morrow accepted a position as a school district officer with the Pflugerville ISD Police Department in January 2012.  He looks forward to interacting with students and delivering a positive message that might impact their future.