Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader swore in newly hired Deputy Vivian Guerrero today at the Sheriff’s Office and she will assume her duties in the Patrol Division right away. Deputy Guerrero is no stranger to law enforcement as she graduated from the Alvin Community College in 2013 and served with the Brookside Village Police department for the last two years. Guerrero has a Master’s degree in Criminology which she earned at the early age of 20 years old and also has well over 3000 hours of classroom hours in various law enforcement related subjects such as death investigations, crime scene investigations, crisis communications to name only a few.
Proudly watching her being sworn in was her husband, Officer Julio Guerrero who was celebrating his eleventh year with the Pearland Police Department the same day and her small son. Deputy Guerrero said that her future goals are to rise in the ranks to a supervisory position and from her past record, one would think that goal will be well within her reach. Guerrero said she is looking forward to serving the citizens of Liberty County and meeting many of the people in the community. In the meantime Sheriff Rader is asking everyone to welcome Deputy Vivian Guerrero to the Sheriff’s Office and to our county.