BCPD Swears in New Officer

Right, Mayor Nelson, Chief Lister, and new Officer Seth Alvarez pose after the swearing in of Ofc. Alvarez.  (BCPD photo) 

BCPD Swears in New Officer


On Tuesday, July 30 at 10 a.m., Chief Robert Lister swore in a new police officer at Bay City Municipal Court.  Chief Lister swore in Officer Seth Alvarez.  Officer Alvarez is the son of Jesse and Cyndi Alvarez.  He has two siblings (brother and sister).  

Officer Alvarez graduated from Palacios High School in 2016.  He then took courses at Wharton County Junior College before joining the Wharton County Junior College Police Academy.  Officer Alvarez graduated from the police academy in May 2019.  Officer Alvarez says he has always wanted to help serve and give back to a community and help those that cannot help themselves.  One of his goals is to become a member of the Emergency Response Team.  Bay City Police Department is excited to help Officer Alvarez get started on his new career path.

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