About the Chief

Since joining the Fort Worth Police Department in 1985, Rhonda Robertson rose through the ranks and was appointed deputy chief, then assistant chief, and in January of 2015, Chief of Police. Chief Robertson has several years of experience commanding operations in Patrol, Internal Affairs, Criminal Investigation Division. As the Assistant Chief, she oversaw the Support Bureau which included Tactical Command, Investigative and Support Command, and Communications.

Chief Robertson has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Law Enforcement Administration from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Arts Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Texas at Arlington. She is also a graduate of the 210th Session of the FBI National Academy.