Police Chief, Royse City Police Department
Carl Alsabrook entered public service as a Detention Officer/Deputy Sheriff for the Rockwall County Sheriff’s Department in 1986. He assumed the role of Police Officer for the Rockwall Police Department in January 1990. He enjoyed assignments from throughout the department, particularly those that utilized community partnerships and outreach. Carl retired from the Rockwall Police Department as a Lieutenant of Police in March 2010 to assume the role as Police Chief of the Royse City Police Department. During his tenure as Police Chief, the department extended its focus towards community engagement and collaborative problem-solving. In 2012, he was asked to assume the role of City Manager for Royse City and has thoroughly enjoyed the challenges associated with rapid growth.
Carl graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a Master of Public Administration. He is also a graduate of the Leadership Command College – Bill Blackwood Institute.
Carl is very happily married to Lisa and has two fantastic children. Haley, a senior at UTA, and Matt, a freshman at Naaman Forest High School. Additionally, he is the father to four wonderful canines (Penny, Cruz, Stormy, and Ellie Mae).
Carl is a member of the First United Methodist Church – Rockwall, Royse City Masonic Lodge 663, and as of October 6, 2017, he is an avid supporter of the Southwest Transplant Alliance and its efforts to increase live organ donation throughout our great state.