Chief Allen Banks
Round Rock’s Police Chief Allen Banks started with the City in March 2014. Banks has spent his entire 21-year career with the Albuquerque Police Department, starting as a patrol officer in 1992. During his tenure in Albuquerque, he had responsibility for the Field Services – the largest division in the department – as well as Support Services, which includes SWAT, DWI Units, Records, Payroll, and more. He also ran Internal Affairs and the Criminal Nuisance Abatement Unit as a Lieutenant, and served as a Shift Watch Commander for the busiest sector of the City.
He has served as Interim Chief since August 2013 after the chief retired. He was promoted to Deputy Chief in 2009. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and has a bachelor’s degree from Wayland Baptist University.
A message from Assistant Chief Alain Babin
On behalf of Round Rock Police, I welcome you to our web site. The Round Rock Police Department is an organization that values Community, Honor, Integrity and Pride. Our staff is committed to maintaining the highest quality of life for our residents to enjoy. We hope you find the information we provide useful. Round Rock is a great place to live, work, and play.
Assistant Chief Alain Babin and his family live in Round Rock and he has served the Round Rock community since 1994. Before beginning his career in law enforcement, he served in the US Army for seven years. He was promoted to Assistant Chief in June 2015. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and acquired a Master’s degree from Sam Houston State University.
A message from Assistant Chief Willie Richards
The Round Rock Police Department is an organization that values our community members and we work to demonstrate a servant mentality for all. Our staff is committed to maintaining our quality of life in partnership with our community. It is our hope that you enjoy your time in Round Rock and recognize the unique community we live, work and play in.
Assistant Chief Willie Richards has served this community since 1995, in Patrol, Training and Recruiting and Criminal Investigations. Before beginning his career in law enforcement, he worked in the Travis County Jail and at the Texas Department of Public Safety. He was promoted to Assistant Chief in April 2017. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and acquired a Master’s degree from Sam Houston State University.