UPD Announces Retirements Of Two Officers
Texas A&M University Police Department (UPD) announced the retirements of Master Police Officer Kristi Hosea and Security Lieutenant Robert Hunter. The two were honored this month in a virtual reception for their years of service to the department and the university community.
Hosea began her career with the UPD in 1991. During her career, she served more than 12 years on patrol and 15 years in the Community Services Division. During her time of service, Hosea has received several recognitions including the President’s Meritorious Service Award, John J. Koldus III Award, and the Outstanding Crime Prevention Specialist Award. She has served as an active member of the Texas Crime Prevention Association and currently serves as the president of the Central Texas Crime Prevention Association.
Hunter began his career with the UPD in 1991. Robert has six additional years with A&M prior to joining the UPD. During his career, Robert served as an Advanced Security Officer and achieved the rank of Security Lieutenant in 2014.
Hosea and Hunter’s dedication to the UPD will truly be missed, department officials said.