The Operations Bureau consists of the Patrol Division, Municipal Jail Operations, and the Field Training Program.
Bureau Commander Captain Travis Ladd
Travis Ladd began his career with the League City Police Department in 2008, and he holds the rank of Captain. He currently serves as one of the Patrol Bureau Commanders. During his time with the League City Police Department, Travis has served as a supervisor in the Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, and Field Training Coordinator. He holds a Master Peace Officer license and has served as a defensive tactics instructor, field training officer, and a member of the S.W.A.T. team. Travis has obtained multiple training certifications in leadership and management courses, defensive tactics, ethics in law enforcement, and others. In 2018, Travis earned a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice Management and Leadership from Sam Houston State University and received his Bachelor's Degree in History from Missouri State University in 2004. Travis spent four years working in the secondary school setting before being employed as a police officer.
Bureau Commander Captain Stephen Antley
Stephen Antley is a Captain with the League City Police Department where he has served since 2005. He holds a Master Peace Officer’s license and has served on the department’s SWAT team since 2008. Captain Antley is currently the team’s Tactical Commander where, as a forward-deployed Commander, his duties include coordinating assets during high-risk events and ensuring the effectiveness of the team. Currently assigned as the Bureau Commander for night shift patrol, his previous assignments have included patrol officer, field training officer, detective, patrol Sergeant, special crimes Sergeant, and patrol Watch Commander.
In 2019, Captain Antley earned his master’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Oklahoma. In addition to the duties performed at the League City Police Department, Captain Antley is an adjunct instructor with ALERRT. Through ALERRT, he instructs officers across the country in active shooter response, in both interior and exterior environments.