I hold our patrol officers to the highest level of integrity and strive to build strong bonds with the citizens of Aransas Pass through compassion, wisdom and commitment. Protecting and serving is more than an expression, it is the very core purpose of any police officer to provide the service the citizens deserve. 

Captain Alvin Luker

The patrol division is comprised of 19 full-time officers. Officers are responsible for responding to emergencies, answering calls for service, performing street-level investigations, performing traffic enforcement, and serving the public safety needs of many within the City Limits. The Patrol Division is led by Captain Alvin Luker.

Captain Alvin Luker began his Law Enforcement career with Kentucky Dept. of Corrections in 1996.  He then moved to Colorado where he worked for the Colorado Dept. of Correction’s from 1998 to 2001.  After graduating from the Northeastern Junior College Regional Police Academy in Sterling CO in 2001, Captain Luker started as a patrol officer with the City of Craig in Colorado.

During Captain Luker’s 16 years with the Craig Police department, he served 8 years as Corporal and Field Training Officer. At Craig PD, Captain Luker’s center of interest focused on Driving While Intoxicated investigations, K9 handler and was on the regional Special Response Team as a Team Leader for 8 years. Captain Luker also received his Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Certification in 2014.  Captain Luker continues to conduct DWI investigations and DRE evaluations. Captain Luker’s main duties, now, include overseeing the day-to-day operations of the patrol division.

In 2017, Captain Luker was hired with the City of Aransas Pass as a patrol officer, continuing his efforts in working patrol operations to include DWI investigations and training. After 3 years on patrol, Captain Luker was promoted to Patrol Sergeant. During his capacity as a patrol sergeant, his duties included but not limited to supervising his assigned patrol shift. 

Captain Luker was promoted to the position of Patrol Captain in July of 2023.  Captain Luker continues to use of the Texas LESO Program (federal surplus property program) which provides the police department access to excess Department of Defense Property, at no cost to taxpayers. Captain Luker is a certified firearms, RADAR and LiDAR, TIMS, (Traffic Incident Management System), Below 100 and Calibre Press Roadwise (Officer safety), and Field Training Officer instructor.  He provides this training to the Aransas Pass Police Department and other agencies that come to Aransas Pass for training.