Board Members

Chris CeBallos

I began my career with the Arlington Police Department in Oct. of 1995 as a part of Class 9. I have spent my entire 24 years as a patrol officer and have worked all four-patrol district. I was also a Field Training Officer for two years. I hold the Basic TCOLE Instructor Certificate and the Firearm Instruction Certificate. I am one of the founding members of the Arlington Municipal Patrolman’s Association.

Brett Worman

I joined the Arlington Police Department in July,1999 as part of Class 16. I was assigned to East Evening shift and East Midnight from 2000-2006. I have been assigned to patrol on all 4 districts and currently I am assigned to North Day shift. I worked in the Gang Unit as a Detective and Street Enforcement officer. I was a PTO for 5 years and have assisted in numerous training classes at the academy. I am currently a Mental Health Peace Officer and sit on the Health and Wellness Committee.

Angie Bell

I joined the Arlington Police Department in 2000 as part of Class #19. In my almost 20 years of service, I have served in several different units and roles. I’ve worked in Community Services, I held a position as the Basic Academy Coordinator for 7 years, a PTO on Patrol for 5+ years and I have been and am currently an instructor in various topics (Patrol Procedures, C.I.T., DT, Gracie Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Field Notetaking, C.I.T.) for the past 15 years. I am an MHPO, working with our Co-Responders program with MHMR Tarrant County, a member of our Peer Support team - all of which I do as ancillary duties while working South Patrol - B shift. I have made it my mission in Law Enforcement to work towards training, serving and responding to the needs of officers. I dedicate my off time to making sure officers have someone in their corner. Welcome!

Greg Parker

I joined the department in January 2000 as part of Class 17. Upon graduation of the police academy was assigned to East Evening shift patrol. Spent 2 years as an FTO and 3 years as a Juvenile / Crimes Against Children Detective. Have taught Juvenile General Orders and Juvenile Law / Family Code for the Police academy for several years. Have been a PTO as well as taught PTO school. Currently a UAS pilot and patrol officer on East B shift. Have been with the department for 20 years.

Trent Fite

I began his career in law enforcement in 2010 with the City of Arlington Police Department as part of Class 42. During this time, I worked as a Patrol Officer and in 2016 joined the Aviation Unit.