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Lieutenant Robert Green, Detention

Detention Lt GreenRobert Green began his law enforcement career with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Conroe, Texas in 1981. Most of Robert’s career as a deputy was spent in the jail division where he quickly rose through the ranks, eventually becoming a Captain/Jail Administrator. As the Jail Administrator, Robert was in charge of an 1155 bed jail facility with oversight of 200 employees and a budget of 15 million dollars. While working for Montgomery County, Robert served as the Sheriff’s representative on the Bail Bond Board, MH/MR Council on Jail Diversion, and Community Corrections Board.
While working for the Sheriff’s Office, Robert earned a B.A. degree in Criminology and Corrections from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. He also holds a Masters Peace Officers License and a Master Jailer License through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
Robert retired from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in 2009 and went to work for the Texas Commission on Jail Standards in Austin. The Jail Standards Commission is responsible for monitoring county jails for compliance with Texas minimum jail standards through on-site inspections. The jail standards commission inspects all 260 Texas county jails and holding facilities. Robert was responsible for inspecting over 100 county jails in East and Central Texas. 
In 2012, Robert worked as a consultant with Griffith, Moseley, Johnson, and Associates providing professional criminal justice consulting services to county jails in Harris, Dallas, Denton, and Midland Counties. As a consultant, Robert worked with these jails on issues concerning staffing, inmate population reduction measures, video visitation, jail inspections, court security, and operational assessments. Robert left the consulting firm in order to be closer to family in Kerrville and in February 2015, became the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Jail Administrator.
Robert’s interests include fishing, traveling, collecting vintage presidential campaign memorabilia, and studying Texas History.
The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office is extremely excited to have Robert working for us. He brings a vast amount of knowledge and experience to the highly specialized field of jail management.  
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