Retired Senior Trooper Al Auxier has called Kendall County his home for 34 years. Al transferred to the Hill Country to be closer to his family and his soon-to-be fiance, and Kendall County became his home on March 1, 1990. He married his wife Stacey in February 1991, and they have 3 children.
For more than 24 years, Al was a dedicated Department of Public Safety (DPS) Highway Patrol State Trooper, retiring on August 31, 2011.
In his career, Al has earned his Master Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate with over 4600 hours of advanced training, is a Texas Department of Public Safety Certified Crash Re-constructionist, a certified TCOLE Instructor, and firearms instructor and Field Training Officer; as well as a graduate of the Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation—Developing Leaders for Texas Law Enforcement. With certified training in numerous fields, such as Forensic Mapping and Auto-sketch, First Responder, Narcotics, Terrorism Training, Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response, Crime Scene Investigation, Crisis Intervention, Child Abuse, Family Violence Prevention, and Identity Theft, Al brings a wealth of experience, expertise, and invaluable training skills to the Kendall County Sheriff's Office.
As Kendall County Sheriff, Al is committed to leading by example. His leadership provides the tools and training needed to build trust and foster an environment enabling every employee to do their job confidently.