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Meet the Lakeway Police Department
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Chief Glen Koen

Chief Glen Koen is a graduate of Round Rock High School and the University of Texas in Austin (UT). Additionally, he graduated as valedictorian from the West Point Leadership Academy. Chief Koen served in a variety of law enforcement roles with UT over the past two decades, including patrol officer, sergeant, detective sergeant, inspector and academy commander. He was one of the founding members of the System Rapid Response Team, a unit created to handle critical incidents for the UT system. He most recently served as Assistant Police Chief with the Mukilteo Police Department, which is a community just north of Seattle in Washington state. In that role, he also served as the Commander of the North Sound Metro SWAT Team, which is a multi-jurisdictional tactical team serving a population of around 370,000. 

Chief Koen comes to the City of Lakeway with a variety of certifications and training, including: a SWAT Operation Certification; Field Training Officer Certification; Emergency Vehicle Operations Course Instructor Certification; Mental Health Officer Certification; Crisis Intervention Training; Incident Command System Training; Basic Hostage Negotiation Training; and several others. His awards include two Supervisor of the Year honors, Instructor of the Year, Academy Commander Award of Excellence, and several other commendations. 

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Assistant Chief Chris Bonnet

Chris Bonnet grew up in rural southwest Texas before moving to Austin after graduating valedictorian of his high school.  He has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UT Austin and Masters of Science in Criminal Justice from Texas State University.  Other formal academic training includes West Point Leadership Academy and Northwestern University School of Police Staff & Command.   Between high school and UT, Chris honorably completed a 4-year enlistment in the US Marine Corps.  He joined the UT Police Department in 2003, where his roles included patrol, investigations, and support services.  He left UTPD as the Executive Officer of the Operations Bureau, comprised of 87 commissioned peace officers, 13 licensed dispatchers, and 12 unsworn security guards.    

During his career, Chris has been involved in a variety of significant investigations and operations.   These include large scale sporting events, concerts, and high-profile public activities with Presidents of the United States, foreign heads of state and other dignitaries.  He has deployed throughout Texas in support of critical incident and national disaster responses such as hurricanes Ike and Harvey.  He has experience and certifications in an array of areas, including Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Team (ALERRT), SWAT, firearms, Rape Aggression Defense, Interview & Interrogation, Incident Management, Mental Health Officer, and Behavior Intervention Team training.

Chris is the father of four children, the two youngest of whom live at home with him and his wife, America. His hobbies include outdoor activities with his family, their favorite being camping at our State and National Parks.  The Bonnet family are familiar with Lakeway through longtime resident friends and family, and are very excited to be part of this community.


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Lieutenant Timothy Stack

Timothy Stack currently serves as a Lieutenant for the Lakeway Police Department. Tim began
his law enforcement career with the Los Angeles Police Department in July of 1998. During his
time in Los Angeles, Tim worked various assignments such as gang and narcotics details both as an officer and detective, uniformed patrol, bike patrol, was a field training officer, and was a
supervisor for the City's human trafficking unit retiring as a sergeant after 20 years of service. He joined the Round Rock Police Department in 2018 and worked patrol and was a threat liaison officer. He then joined the Lakeway Police Department in July of 2022 as a reserve, became a full-time officer in January of 2023, and was promoted to lieutenant in August of 2023.

As a Lieutenant with the Lakeway Police Department, Tim is currently the Patrol Division
commander responsible for the day-to-day patrol operations of the Department, under the
supervision of Assistant Chief Chris Bonnet. 

Tim received his associate degree in Intelligence from the Air Force Community College,
received a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Phoenix, and received a master's degree in Management and Organizational Leadership from the American Military
Tim retired after serving in the active Army (Infantry), Army Reserves (Criminal Investigator),
and Air National Guard (Sensor Operator) after 21 years of honorable service. Tim holds a
Master Peace Officer license through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) and is a certified TCOLE instructor. 

Tim is a Lakeway resident and him and his wife Kelly have been married for 21 years and have
two children currently attending school within the Lake Travis ISD. He enjoys bass fishing and
outdoor activities, including trail running, and relaxes by watching movies on his free time.

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Lieutenant Jason Brown

Lieutenant Jason Brown is the Special Operations Division Supervisor with the Lakeway Police
Department in Lakeway, TX. Prior to beginning his career in law enforcement, Lt. Brown spent
eight years in the United States Army Reserves as a Military Intelligence Analyst which included two tours of active duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. During those operations, Lt. Brown was responsible for providing timely and accurate military intelligence analysis to the Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC) and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Central Command.

Following his military service, Lt. Brown was a deputy sheriff with the Richmond County
Sheriff’s Office in Augusta, Georgia for five years before moving to Texas. He has been
employed with the Lakeway Police Department since 2008 and has held several different roles
including Field Training Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Field Training Supervisor, and CID Supervisor.
In his current role, Lt. Brown is responsible for oversight in the following units: Criminal
Investigations Unit, Support Services Unit, and Victim Services Unit.

Lt. Brown’s professional accomplishments include a TCOLE Master Peace Officer Proficiency, a TCOLE Mental Health Officer Certification, and a TCOLE Firearms Instructor Certification. He has been selected as Officer of the Year twice, once in 2007 with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, and again in 2014 with the Lakeway Police Department. He has also been recognized by the Optimist International Club for his exemplary service in law enforcement. Sgt. Brown holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration.

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Comm. Director Barbi Stuart

Barbi Stuart has been a police/911 dispatcher for 26 years. She is a mother of 2 kids; a son Kyle 24 and daughter Kaitlyn 22.  She started her career with the Beaumont Police Department as a Call taker/dispatcher.  After her first year of employment, she was asked to be field training officer in the dispatch office.  She trained many dispatchers as well as officers in her career.  From there, she became a shift supervisor for the department, which she held until 2009 when the department went to a combined dispatch and then was promoted to assistant manager. She retired in 2014 after 20 years with the department.  In her 20 years of service with Beaumont Police, she worked through many ups and downs that come with the job.  She worked to help find missing children, talked several distraught people from wanting to hurt themselves, delivered babies and worked through so many hurricanes that she cannot name them all. She handled a mass shooting at the county courthouse and had to bury several of her co-workers friends in blue that were killed in the line of duty. 

After she retired, she took some much needed time off and relaxed and spent time with her kids before she realized she missed the job and went back to work with her hometown police department, Nederland Police.  There, she was a dispatcher for 5 years and responsible for dispatching police, fire, ems for 3 cities Nederland, Port Neches, Groves.  Her proudest moment while working for Nederland Police was the saving of a disabled child that was left home alone with his young brother and the house caught fire.  Along with her partner and the great work of the officers and firemen on scene, they were able to rescue the children and they are still alive today.  She also worked 2 hurricanes while there and the horrible TPC explosion her last 2 weeks with this department. She is now with the Lakeway Police department and proud to be there.  She is learning this community has a true love for their first responders and is so happy to find her new home here. 

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