Lieutenant Leah Lewis
The Southlake Police Department is celebrating several promotions and transfers this week. Sergeant Leah Lewis was promoted to Lieutenant. Lt. Lewis has been with Southlake for eight years and prior to that she was a corporal with the Flowood Police Department in Mississippi for 5 years. Leah has two children, 6-year old Caden and 3-year old Sydney whom she calls her “pistol girl.” Lt. Lewis is a die-hard fan of the Texas Rangers Baseball team, Baylor Women’s Basketball, and the New Orleans Saints. Lt. Lewis has set a goal to serve the Professional Standards Division as well as her predecessor and she no doubt will.
Corporal Jose Luna has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Sgt. Luna has worked for the Southlake Police Department since 2010. Previously he worked for the Killeen Police Department as a police officer and as a member of the SWAT team. He is also a member of the elite North Tarrant Regional (NTR) SWAT and serves as a team leader. Sgt. Luna is also a veteran of the United States Army where he served more than 5 years. He is married to his lovely wife Lisa and together they have four children, Gabriel, Jose Jr., Annamarie and Alexander. Sgt. Luna he is an avid baseball fan.
Lt. Ashleigh Douglas
Lt. Douglas is transferring from the Professional Standards Division to the Lieutenant over the Patrol Division. She has been with the Southlake Police Department for 14 years. Prior to coming to Southlake PD she worked for the DFW Airport and the Euless Police Departments for a combined total of 18 years in law enforcement. Lt. Douglas has also attended the prestigious F.B.I academy in Quantico, Virginia. She is the epitome of professionalism. Her experience and leadership abilities are the qualities that make her a tremendous asset to the department. She has a Great Dane named “Etta” who is the unofficial mascot for SLPD.
Corporal Jason S. Henniger
Corporal Henniger is transferring to the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) to work as a detective. Henniger joined the City of Southlake in June of 1998. He has served in the following Divisions: Patrol, Traffic, and as a Public Safety Officer. Corporal Henniger is a U.S. Army veteran who served his country from 1992-1997. During his tour he was assigned to Police Patrol Operations in Wiesbaden, Germany, and Military Police Investigations at Ft. Hood, Texas. The next goal for Henniger is to obtain career-oriented certifications to assist with his new assignment. He is also looking toward obtaining another Masters Degree. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing, reading, motorcycling, and traveling.
Corporal Karl Moore
Corporal Moore is transferring from CID to the Patrol Division. Corporal Moore has been with the Southlake Police Department since 1997 serving most recently as a detective in CID. Before coming to Southlake he worked with the Detroit Police Department. While in Detroit he served in the patrol division, narcotics divisions and as an investigator. Karl and his lovely wife Kimberly have been married 22 years and have two children. Karl has set his sights on furthering his career with the Southlake Police Department and is eager for any opportunities to advance. He enjoys fishing and spending time family.
Sergeant Mike Dunn
Sgt. Dunn is transferring to the Training Division. He has served in patrol and as a rangemaster among his many roles with the SLPD. He is currently on the elite NTRS team. The North Tarrant Regional SWAT (NTRS) is made up of police officers from Southlake, Keller, Colleyville and Roanoke. Sgt. Dunn has been with the Southlake Police Department since 1998. Previously he was an EMS/firefighter and Fire/Police Investigator for the City of Richland Hills. He has been married to his lovely wife Pam for 33 years. Together they have two kids and five grandkids. Besides spending time with his family, Dunn enjoys hunting and is the lead singer in his band — the Lone Star Ramblers.
Officer Frank Rogers
Officer Rogers is transferring from the Patrol Division to a School Resource Officer position at Carroll ISD High School. Rogers has been with Southlake for 15 years. Before coming to Southlake he worked for the White Settlement Police Department. Prior to that he was employed by the Mansfield School District Police Department. Rogers enjoys spending time with his family and watching his kids graduate high school and then off to college. On top of three beautiful kids and a loving wife the Rogers family has four dogs to keep them busy.