Constable Ruben Davis has faithfully served as Constable of Fort Bend County, Precinct Two since May 10, 1996. He has spent his professional career working to empower people and communities— improving their safety, security, and quality of life. As Constable, his duties include serving civil documents, lawsuits for debts, divorce cases, repossessions, collection of judgments, foreclosures, criminal warrants, subpoenas, juvenile summons and a wide variety of other duties. Recognizing the needs of our Youth and Senior Citizens, Constable Davis has extended his administration to the youth by providing job opportunities to enhance their skills and devotes his personal time appreciating our ancestors. The devotion he has for his wife Sharon and daughters Robin and Traneka.
Constable Ruben Davis educational background:
Constable Davis is a graduate of the University of Houston with a degree in Criminal Justice, and a graduate of Prairie View A & M University with a Master’s degree in Counseling. Constable Davis holds numerous police certifications including police academy instructor, DARE instructor, crime prevention specialist, and a master police license (the highest license in the state of Texas). Constable Davis retired from the Houston Police Department as Senior Supervisor with twenty-one (21) years of service.
Affiliations and Board appointments:
- Fort Bend County Criminal Justice Grant Board
- University of Houston Sugar Land Advisory Board member
- Former Board member Fort Bend County YMCA
- Community Council of Fort Bend, founder
- National Diversity Forum Board
- Former Board member NOBLE Executive board
- Past Immediate President Houston Chapter of National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
- Former Board member Afro-American Police Officers League
- International Association of Police Chiefs.
- Former Board member City/County Juvenile Justice Board City of Houston
- Lee P. Brown Criminal Justice Institute Wiley College Marshall, Texas
- Executives Police Session Project for Community-Oriented Policing
- Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society
- Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
- Fort Bend County Community Liaison Deputy Program
- T.O.P.S. (Teens Oriented Police Seminar)
- Adjunct Professor for the Houston Community College System