The Sealy Police Department has recently promoted one of its most dedicated officers to the rank of Patrol Sergeant. Terry Hall, who has been serving the state for the past 34 1/2 years, was administered the Oath of Office by Chief Reeves and had his Sergeant badge pinned on by Tawnya Hall, in a ceremony attended by members of the department and the community.

Sgt. Hall’s long-standing service to the State of Texas began in 1988 when he obtained his Peace Officers License. He has since earned a Master Peace Officer License and serves as one of the department’s Field Training Officers, providing mentorship and training to new recruits. Since joining the Sealy, TX police department in 2018, Sgt. Hall has proven to be a valuable asset to the city and a role model to his colleagues.

The promotion to Patrol Sergeant is a testament to Sgt. Hall’s commitment to the department and the community he serves. His exemplary service and dedication have not gone unnoticed, and the department is confident that he will continue to make significant contributions in his new role.

Congratulations to Sgt. Terry Hall on his well-deserved promotion!  We look forward to your continued service to the department and the community.


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