ROSENBERG (Covering Fort Bend News) – The Rosenberg Police Department has promoted Taylor Surratt to detective. Surratt joined the department in 2012 as a patrol officer, and was promoted to field training officer in 2014.
Surratt was born and raised in the small town of Louise, Texas. He grew up admiring his father, an accomplished law enforcement officer, and hoping to one day follow his footsteps. Surratt graduated from Louise High School in 2007.
After high school he immediately entered into college and ultimately graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas State University with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in December of 2011. While attending college at Texas State, Surratt completed his internship with the San Marcos Police Department where he was assigned to the Community Service Division.
In the spring of 2012 he attended the Wharton County Junior College Police Academy where he graduated Valedictorian and was awarded the Leadership Award. In August 2012 Surratt was hired on with the Rosenberg Police Department as a Patrol Officer.
In the fall of 2014 Detective Surratt was promoted to Field Training Officer where he continued to train newly hired patrol officers and joined the Fort Bend County (West Side) S.W.A.T Team.
Surratt joined the Criminal Investigations Division in September of 2017 where he will continue his career.