Chief of Police
After graduating from Humble High School in 1982, Chief Theis began his career in law enforcement as a security officer for SanJac Security, Inc. where he later became the Vice-President of Sales/Operations. It was during that time that he attended and graduated from the University of Houston Criminal Justice Center Police Academy.
He was hired by the Humble Police Department as a reserve police officer in 1983 and became a full-time officer in 1987. While in patrol, Chief Theis concentrated on traffic accident investigations and reconstruction.
In 1998, he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant, later assigned to the traffic unit, and then as the Red Light Camera Program Administrator. Chief Theis was appointed to Lieutenant in November of 2015; in April of 2016, he was promoted to Captain; in February of 2017, he was promoted to Assistant Chief; and in October of 2020, he was promoted to Chief.
Chief Theis is a graduate of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas at Sam Houston University.
Assistant Chief of Police
Assistant Chief Dan Zientek started with Humble Police Department June 6th and is second in command of the day to day operation of the department. Assistant Chief Zientek has been a Texas peace officer since 1991 and promoted through the ranks to Sergeant while in Harris County. While at Harris County he was assigned to patrol, DWI task force, and Investigations. In 2006 Captain Zientek moved to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office where he started on patrol and quickly moved to the Criminal Investigation Division. In 2008 Dan was selected to be part of the creation of the Major Crimes Unit focusing on Homicide and serious bodily injury cases. During this time Dan was deputized by The US Marshall’s office in 2015 as a part time Federal task force officer assigned to the FBI safe street task force focusing on bank and armed robberies. Dan promoted through the ranks to Lieutenant over Major Crimes, Persons Crimes and Crimes against Children investigations before moving to Montgomery County Constable Pct 3 as a Captain. In his captain role, he was third in command of the department and oversees the day-to-day operation of all divisions including; civil, records, patrol, property and evidence management, criminal investigation division, to include crimes against children and forensic computer crimes division. He was also assigned to the Montgomery County child fatality review team, human trafficking coalition and Children’s advocacy center. Dan served on the Montgomery County Technology committee to evaluate law enforcement technology for the county.
Dan Holds Certifications Through TEEX Forensic Science Academy for Forensic Investigator I and II, Major Crimes Investigator, and Property and Evidence Management. Dan is certified by TCOLE as a Master Peace Officer, Special Investigator and Instructor. Dan has received over 5000 hours of training in crime scene forensics, criminal investigations and leadership. Dan attended the FBI National Academy 10 week program at Quantico, VA in 2017. Dan has completed the trilogy training of the FBI-LEEDA leadership program and has graduated from the Bill Blackwood Leadership Command College also known as LEMIT (Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas) through Sam Houston State University. While at LEMIT he published a white paper on the accountability in Criminal investigations. Dan holds an associate degree from Lone Star College and a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. Dan is enrolled in the Masters of Science program at Sam Houston State University and is expected to graduate in 2023.
In 2008 Dan became an adjunct instructor for TEEX Forensic Science Academy, a division of Texas A&M University. Dan assisted in the development of Investigative courses, created online investigation courses and provided feedback on new courses before there launch. Dan currently teaches Criminal Investigations, Death Investigations and Forensic Photography to crime scene investigators and detectives. Dan has presented at multiple conferences on the accountability in criminal investigations using technology to include, excel, crystal reports and RMS systems.
Dan currently serves as 2nd Vice President on the Texas Division of the IAI board. Dan is the President of the Motorola Spillman Flex Texas User group. Dan is the social media coordinator for the International Association for Identification. Dan serves on the board for the Texas Association of Property and Evidence Inventory and serves on the legislative committee. Dan worked with state representatives on creating new laws and testified before state legislative committees.
Captain Bradshaw began her career in law enforcement in July of 1994 when she became a full time police officer with the Humble Police Department.
Prior to her becoming a peace officer with Humble, she served in the United States Army as a military police officer for three years. Captain Bradshaw is also a graduate of the University of Houston where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
During her career at the Humble Police Department, she has held the position of School Resource Officer for Humble High School, Hostage Negotiations Team Leader, Patrol Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant, then promoted to the position of Captain in February, 2017.
In her current position, Capt. Bradshaw oversees the Patrol Division, Tele-communications Division, Records Division, Training, Hiring and Recruiting Division, Victims Assistance Division, as well as supervises the Administrative Office Assistant and Quartermaster.
Captain Bradshaw has served as the Texas Best Practice Program Manager for the Humble Police Department accreditation for approximately 10 years. In this capacity, she oversees policy and procedure development and implementation, best practice standards compliance, state CJIS and TCIC audits/inspections, as well as performs many other administrative duties.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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