The Schertz Police Command Staff consists of the Offices of the Chief of Police, Assistant Chief of Police, Operations Bureau Commander, Uniform Services Lieutenant, Investigations Lieutenant, Support Services Lieutenant and Auxiliary Services Lieutenant. The Command Staff is responsible for the implementation of policy and overall administration of the Department.
- Interim Police Chief
- Uniform Services Lieutenant
- Investigations Lieutenant
- Support Services Lieutenant
- Professional Standards Lieutenant
Interim Chief Marc Bane
Interim Police Chief Bane started his career with the City of Schertz Police Department in October of 1996, assigned to the Patrol Division. In 1998, he transferred to the Investigations Division and then promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 1999, moving back to the Patrol Division.
In 2006, Chief Bane moved back to the Investigations Division and then promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in 2007, being tasked with overseeing Investigations, SWAT, Communications and the Records Division.
In 2009, he was promoted to the rank of Captain, overseeing the day to day operations of the Police Department and helped create the departments Student Resource Program in 2012. In 2013, he was promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief of Police. Following the retirement of Police Cheif Hansen at the end of 2021, Bane was announced as Interim Police Chief.
Chief Bane holds a Master Peace Officer License and is a graduate of the Leadership Command College (LEMIT) through Sam Houston State University. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Waldorf University.
Captain Manny Casas
Captain Manny Casas is a veteran and proudly served in the United States Army and the United States Air Force Reserves. He has faithfully served the Schertz Police Department for more than 20 years. Captain Casas has held numerous leadership positions in different departmental units and divisions during this time. He successfully advanced through the ranks from an officer to a Captain, where he currently oversees the SWAT team, department budget, and overall daily operations of the police department.
Captain Casas has proven to be an integral part of the police department throughout his professional career, serving in multiple facets of the organization. He has helped bridge the transparency gap between the police department and community and developed valuable programs that benefited productivity and employee satisfaction.
Holding education in very high regard, Captain Casas has gone above and beyond in obtaining beneficial knowledge to enhance his work both professionally and personally. He gained entrance and graduated from the prestigious FBI National Academy (Class #227), where less than 1% of all law enforcement professionals are accepted nationally. He is a graduate of the Law Enforcement Management Institution of Texas Command College (LEMIT, Class #75) and the FBI-LEEDS Trilogy Program. Captain Casas maintains a Master's Peace Officer Certification and is a Texas law enforcement instructor. Captain Casas holds a Doctor of Education degree, two Master's degrees in Business Administration and Education, and a Bachelor's degree in Management.
Lt. Daniel Roman
Lieutenant Daniel Roman began his career with the Schertz Police Department in 2007 as a patrol officer. Throughout his professional career, Lieutenant Roman has served the department as a patrol officer, field training officer, accident reconstructionist, SWAT operator, and investigator while advancing through the ranks from officer to Corporal and to Sergeant.
In 2020, Lieutenant Roman was appointed to Lieutenant and now currently serves as the Uniform Services Commander overseeing Patrol, Traffic Enforcement, Honor Guard, Accident Reconstruction, K-9 Program, FTO Program, and Reserves.
Lieutenant Roman maintains a Master Peace Officer Certification and is currently working on earning his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Wayland Baptist University. Lieutenant Roman is currently a senior in college and is a veteran of the United States Armed Services (United States Marine Corps).
Lt. Kelly Kallies
Lieutenant Kelly Kallies began her career with the Schertz Police Department in 2007 as a patrol officer. In 2008, she was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Unit where she received extensive training in investigative related fields. She completed the Criminal Investigator Certification Program through Alamo Area Regional Law Enforcement Academy (AACOG). Lieutenant Kallies promoted to the rank of Corporal in 2011 and continued her assignment in the Criminal Investigations Unit as a supervisor. Added to her daily investigation responsibilities, she also served as the Evidence Technician and later the Evidence Technician Supervisor. Lieutenant Kallies achieved and held an Advanced Evidence Technician Certification through Texas Association of Property and Evidence Inventory Technicians (TAPEIT).
In 2016, Lieutenant Kallies was the pioneer of the Polygraph Unit within the Schertz Police Department. She is the first State Board Certified Polygraph Examiner for the Department. She is a member of multiple accredited polygraph associations for educational and professional growth.
Lieutenant Kallies maintains a Master Peace Officer Certificate. Lieutenant Kallies holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Management and Leadership from Tarleton State University.
Lt. Virgil Jones
Lt. Jones began his career back in 1996, spending a couple of years at Bexar Pct. 2 Constables Office, and then several years as a police officer with the City of Balcones Heights. Lt. Jones then made a move over to Schertz in 2002 as a patrol officer. He served patrol for nine years, making the rank of corporal. In 2011 he moved into investigations where he was detective of the year in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. In 2017, he was promoted to Sgt. as the supervisor in the Investigations Division. In 2020, he was promoted to Lieutenant.
During Lieutenant Jones's career, he has obtained his Master Peace Officer License, is Accident Reconstruction Certified, a Negotiator, and received his Criminal Investigators Certificate through the Alamo Area Regional Law Enforcement Academy (AACOG).
Lieutenant Jones is currently working towards his bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice at Wayland Baptist University and in the process of entering the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas Command College (LEMIT).