The Members of the Williamson County Deputies Association are committed to protecting those who protect.
Tony English - Secretary
Anthony “Tony” English has been with Williamson County Sheriff’s Office since 2006, and during that time he has served in various roles inside the Corrections Division. He has been a Correctional Pod Officer, a Supervising Officer in the kitchen, a Field Training Officer (FTO), a Property Officer, and was most recently tasked as the Fire Safety and Gang Specialist. During his time as a FTO, Tony helped train more than 15 Correctional Officers. He has served on the WCDA board as a Corrections Division Representative since 2012, and was elected Secretary in 2015. Apparently a glutton for punishment, Tony not only works in the stressful field of Corrections, but also chooses to spend many of his off-duty hours refereeing high school basketball games. He finds relaxation in the outdoors and enjoys hunting.
Deanna Lewis - Treasurer
Deanna Lewis is a Persons Crimes Detective with the Williamson County Sheriff's Office, and she began her law enforcement career in Emergency Communications in 1997. She became a Peace Officer in 2000, and has held positions as a Bailiff, School Resource Officer, Patrol Deputy, and was promoted to Detective in 2015. Deanna carries a Master Peace Officer license, is a certified instructor, and is completing a degree in Criminal Justice. She previously served as Treasurer for the Texas Association of School Resource Officers (2009 - 2011), and was named National School Resource Officer of the Year in 2006. Deanna previously served as Secretary of the WCDA, and was elected as Treasurer in 2016. She lives in Austin with her husband David, is the proud parent of a WCSO Corrections Officer, and Gramma to a beautiful baby boy.
Mark Huntley - Assistant Treasurer for the PAC
Mark Huntley is a detective assigned to the Special Crimes Unit, and is specifically tasked with investigating crimes related to high technology. He began his law enforcement career in 2002 and has served as a Patrol Deputy, and a Field Training Officer, before being promoted to detective in 2008. Mark holds a Master Peace Officer License, is a certified instructor, and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Southwest Texas State University. He has previously served on the board of the WCDA as Sgt-At-Arms, and in 2015 he was chosen to serve as an Assistant Treasurer for the Williamson County Deputies Association PAC is a father of two sets of twins, and he enjoys watching his children participate in their sports of choice.
Rod Hampton - Sgt at Arms
Rodney “Rod” Hampton began his career with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in 2013, after retiring from the Round Rock Police Department (RRPD). He has been a Peace Officer since 1992 when he became a Reserve Officer for RRPD, then worked for the Austin ISD Police, and was later hired as a full time officer with RRPD. During his time with Round Rock, Rod was a K9 Sgt, Sector Sgt, Animal Control Sgt, SWAT operator, Gang Officer, and was a Patrol Sgt when he retired. He was named Officer of the Year in 1998, and enjoys the distinction of being the first School Resource Officer in Williamson County, which was at Round Rock High School in 1993.
Rod holds a Master Peace Officer License, is a Certified Instructor, and became a Defensive Tactics Instructor at the age of 63. He is a proud grandfather of three, currently serves as a Deputy in Training and Recruiting with our Corrections Division, was elected as Sgt-At-Arms of the WCDA in 2015, and has no intention of slowing down any time soon.
Mike Baxter - LE Representative
Michael Baxter is a Sergeant in the Traffic Division of the Williamson County Sheriff's Office, with specific supervisory responsibility for the motors deputies. He was promoted to this position in 2015, and began his law enforcement career with the Sheriff’s Office in 1997 as a Corrections Officer. By 1998, he was a Peace Officer, and he has served as a Livestock Deputy / Animal Control Officer, in the Patrol Division, and as a deputy in the Traffic Division.
Mike holds a Master Peace Officer certification, and is a certified instructor in various fields, to include Police Motorcycle Skills, Radar and Lidar, Mobile Video, and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. He previously served the WCDA as a Law Enforcement Division Representative with another board, and was reelected to serve in this capacity in 2015. Mike is consistently baffled by the good fortune that allows him to ride and get paid to do it. He and his team compete in the annual Capital of Texas Police Motorcycle Chute Out, and this photograph is from one of those competitions.
Shawn Wilson - LE Representative
Shawn Wilson began his law enforcement career in Brazos County as a Corrections Officer in 1999, and later became a Deputy in that organization. In 2002, he went to work for the Travis County Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Peace Officer, and in 2004 he joined the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office. He has worked at the WCSO as a Patrol Deputy, in the Traffic Unit, and is currently a Field Training Officer and member of the Negotiations Team. Shawn is a certified instructor in several fields, to include Radar and Lidar, and Collision Reconstruction. He was an honor graduate of police academy at Texas A&M and holds a Master Peace Officer license. When not patrolling the streets, Shawn enjoys riding his Harley and working in his gun shop.
Roxanne Bailey - Corrections Representative
Roxanne Bailey began her law enforcement career in Colorado at the Summit County Sheriff’s Office in 1998. There, she was a Corrections Officer, Field Training Officer, and Sergeant. She received extensive training at Summit County, which included Tactical Weapons Training, Pressure Point Control Tactics, FBI Defensive Tactics, HIDTA Training, Spontaneous Knife Defense, and KOGA Institute Training. Roxanne began working for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer in 2006.
In 2016, she was chosen to serve as a Corrections Division Representative with the WCDA, in no small part due to her high level of involvement with our organization and with the community in general. Roxanne adores her time spent with her children and grandchildren, who reside out of state. Here at home, she enjoys her work with her neighborhood chorus group, as they engage in musical outreach with Alzheimer's patients, with assisted living, and in local nursing homes.
Brien Casey - Corrections Representative
Brien Casey became a Deputy in the Corrections Division of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in 2012. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2014, and he is currently Sergeant over Corrections Investigations. Brien holds bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and History from Southwestern University in Georgetown, and has local roots; previously attending high school in Round Rock. Brien was appointed as a Corrections Division Representative for the WCDA in 2015, and in 2016 he was chosen to serve as Chairman of the Williamson County Deputies Association PAC. He enjoys sports, is an avid hockey fan, and has been known to sport a kilt at local events or when the mood strikes.