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Chief of Police

City of Kyle Texas
100 W. Center St.
Kyle, Texas 78640
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Police Chief
    Princeton
  • Police Chief
    Kyle
  • Head
    Princeton Police Department
  • Chief of Police
    Princeton Police Department
  • Police Chief

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy degree , Business Management - Criminal Justice Specialization
  • Bachelor of Science Degree , Management
    LeTourneau University
  • Master of Science , Management
    LeTourneau University
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Kyle Police Chief ...
www.sanmarcosrecord.com, 3 Jan 2014 [cached]
Kyle Police Chief Jeffery Barnett and the city of Kyle have been named in a lawsuit, filed Dec. 27 in the Eastern District of Texas' U.S. District Court, alleging Barnett had an affair, an illegitimate son and police harassment while Barnett was the head of the Princeton Police Department in North Texas.
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Kyle Police Chief Jeffery Barnett and the city of Kyle have been named in a lawsuit, filed Dec. 27 in the Eastern District of Texas' U.S. District Court, alleging Barnett had an affair, an illegitimate son and police harassment while Barnett was the head of the Princeton Police Department in North Texas.
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Barnett took the job as the police chief of Kyle in 2011.
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"Chief Barnett used his position as Princeton Police Chief to instruct secondary officers, such as Lieutenant (Robert) Mitchnik and other unnamed police officers of the Princeton Police Department, to conduct a campaign of harassment in his name," the suit says.
Kyle City Police Chief Jeff ...
www.whas11.com, 4 Jan 2014 [cached]
Kyle City Police Chief Jeff Barnett allegedly "abused his authority and connections in January 2012 by having Dr. Glen Hurlston arrested for domestic violence soon after Barnett left his position as police chief in the North Texas town of Princeton," according to the lawsuit filed December 27 in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas.
Barnett has been Kyle Police Chief since May, 2011. Prior to that, he served as chief of police for the City of Princeton, Texas, since 2005.
In the suit, Hurlston, who is chief of anesthesia at Byrd Regional Hospital of Leesville, La., alleged that Barnett ordered his officers to conduct a "campaign of harassment" against him, which included an arrest in January 2012. The suit notes that a Jan. 1, 2012 domestic battery abuse arrest pressed by the chief against the doctor was reduced to a misdemeanor, to which he plead no contest.
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"He has spent the last two years trying to retrieve public records dating back to 2009 that might implicate Chief Barnett."
Kyle is supporting its chief of police. In a statement, the city attorney said "that this lawsuit, as it relates to the City of Kyle, is without merit, substance or viability. The city stands behind and supports Chief Barnett during this difficult time for him and his family.
Named as defendants are Jeffery ...
www.chron.com, 2 Jan 2014 [cached]
Named as defendants are Jeffery Barnett, former police chief of Princeton, Texas, and now chief of the Kyle Police Department; Lt.
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According to Hurlston's complaint, his wife, Suzanne Hurlston, had an affair with Barnett for several years and bore him a son.
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Hurlston claims in the lawsuit that Barnett used his position as Princeton police chief to instruct other officers, including Mitchnik, to harass him.
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Barnett, who left Princeton in May 2011 to become chief in Kyle, said the Kyle city attorney had advised him not to comment on the litigation because he had not yet been served with the suit.
Princeton Herald - City leaders reflect on year filled with challenges, changes - Welcome To The Princeton Herald
www.princetonherald.com [cached]
Reviewing 2009, Princeton's Chief of Police, Jeff Barnett, said the entire department had a successful year. "In spite of the economic crisis experienced by the world in 2009, Princeton fared better than most," Barnett said of the city. "Expansion and enhancement projects for roadways, utilities, and parks were the highlight of the year for the city, while the new football stadium symbolized continued progress for the community," Barnett said. "Technology enhancement was a priority for 2009 for the police department. Updating the older in-station computers and completing the in-car computer program have both greatly enhanced the officers' abilities to receive and respond to calls for service, to track Registered Sex Offenders, to locate persons with outstanding warrants, as well as to allow for better records management," he said. "Citizens, city employees and the city leaders worked diligently together to continue to move Princeton forward and to improve the way of life in our community," Barnett said of 2009.
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Former Princeton Police Chief Jeff Barnett, Lt.
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Princeton's former Police Chief Jeff Barnett has accepted a job with t...
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Princeton Police Chief Jeff Barnett turned in his resignation Jan. 27...
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Police Chief Jeff Barnett handed in his resignation to city officials,...
Princeton Herald - Citys 2010 budget keeps all personnel - Welcome To The Princeton Herald
www.princetonherald.com [cached]
Based on council's recent request for additional patrol officers, and after speaking with Chief Jeff Barnett, Lawrence said his suggestion is to take the warrant officer and put him in a patrol situation. "Are we going to lose warrant revenues? Councilmember Bruce Beauchamp asked. Barnett said he believes the department will be able to handle the warrant services as well as their usual duties, at least temporarily. "I definitely think if we're not able to supply another officer - which it doesn't look like we can - this is moving in the right direction," he said. Barnett assured councilmen "officers will continue to serve warrants."
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Former Princeton Police Chief Jeff Barnett, Lt.
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Princeton's former Police Chief Jeff Barnett has accepted a job with t...
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Princeton Police Chief Jeff Barnett turned in his resignation Jan. 27...
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Police Chief Jeff Barnett handed in his resignation to city officials,...
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