Bexar County Sheriff's Office
LEADERSHIP TEAM

Chief Manuel Longoria

Manuel Longoria

Chief Deputy

Chief Deputy Manuel Longoria has been re-appointed to his current position by Bexar County Sheriff, Susan Pamerleau.  As Chief Deputy, Longoria is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Bexar County Sheriff's Office.  He has been in law enforcement for 44 years and serving in this position since December of 2009.  The Chief Deputy has oversight of law enforcement and the Bexar County Detention Center, and reports directly to the Sheriff. more

Chief Raul Banasco

Raul S. Banasco

Deputy Chief
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Jail Administrator

Raul S. Banasco is the Deputy Chief, Jail Administrator for the Bexar County Adult Detention Center. Banasco is responsible for all Jail operations, including the supervision of 870 staff and approximately 4,500 inmates. He reports directly to Chief Deputy Manuel Longoria. Raul S. Banasco is an accomplished senior level correctional leader with 27 years of experience in city, county and state government agencies as well as non-profit corporations. more

Chief Tammy Burr

Tammy Burr

Deputy Chief
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Judicial & Court Services

Deputy Chief Tammy Burr is the director for both Judicial and Court Services. In this position Burr is responsible for the security of the judges, staff, jurors, and the public in the court services complex. Additionally, she oversees the division’s newly formed Emergency Response Team, the safe and secure transportation of prisoners to and from detention facilities to the court, as well as the serving of criminal warrants, the civil process, and extradition transport. more

Chief Mike Dickey

Mike Dickey

Deputy Chief
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Training & Policy

Michael Dickey is the Director of Training for the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. He is responsible for the effective and efficient training and education for all Sheriff's office employees and the development and promulgation of policies and procedures to support all areas of the Sheriff's Office. His duties include regular quality assurance reviews to ensure training, policies and procedures are both effective and followed. more

Chief Joe Hamilton

Joe Hamilton

Deputy Chief
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Patrol & Special Operations

Joe Hamilton is the Deputy Chief of Patrol and Special Operations for the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. In this role, he manages the law enforcement services in the unincorporated areas of Bexar County and in some municipalities. The Patrol division responds to citizens' requests for service and enforcing criminal and traffic law. Hamilton reports directly to Chief Deputy Longoria. more

Ottis L. Hutchinson, Jr.

Ottis L. Hutchinson, Jr.

Chief Financial Officer

Ottis Hutchinson is the Chief Financial Officer for the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. In this role, he is responsible for administering fiscal and financial functions for the office, including the development and monitoring of the BCSO $105 million annual budget. His responsibilities also include Technical Services & the Communications Center; and Grants & Community Initiatives. more

Chief Debra Nicholas

Debra Nicholas

Chief Administrative Officer

Debra Nicholas is the Chief Administrative Officer for the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. In this role, she is responsible for the administrative functions in the Sheriff’s Office including the Human Resources Division as well as handling special management projects. more

Chief Louis Quinones

Louis Quinones

Deputy Chief
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Assistant Jail Administrator

Deputy Chief Louis A. Quinones Jr. serves as the Assistant Jail Administrator of Detention Administration & Accreditation. Quinones is responsible to supervise the areas of Standards and Compliance, Annex Operations, Jail Programs, Jail Support Services, Work Release Program, Global Positioning Program and Inmate Visitation. He reports directly to Chief Raul S. Banasco. more

Chief George Saidler

George Saidler

Deputy Chief
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Criminal Investigation Unit

George Saidler is the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Investigations Division for the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. He is responsible for the supervision of homicide, violent crimes, property crimes, and plain-clothes units. These units are responsible for the investigation and preparation of cases filed with the District Attorney's Office for prosecution. more