Chief Williamson is originally from Galveston, TX. He started his law enforcement career with the Austin Airport Police. In 2000, he began working for the El Campo Police Department. He has served in the Patrol and Criminal Investigations Divisions as a supervisor. In 2010, he was promoted to Assistant Chief where he served as the department's training coordinator, grant writer, Public Information Officer and Commander of the department's Special Response Team. In November 2020, he was selected to become the Chief of Police.
Chief Williamson is a graduate of session #230 of the FBI National Academy. He serves as an agency assessor for the Texas Police Chiefs Association's Recognition Program. From 2012 to 2020, he served in a dual role as the City's Emergency Management Coordinator.
Lieutenant Soza has been with the El Campo Police Department since 2007. During his tenure he has promoted through the ranks, first promoting to Patrol Corporal, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Sergeant Narcotics/ Wharton County Narcotics Task Force / Homeland Security Task Force Officer, Detective Sergeant Criminal Investigations and currently serving as the Lieutenant over the Patrol Division. In addition to his current assignment, he is also the department’s Taser and Defensive Tactics Instructor, and the department’s Special Response Team Commander. Lieutenant Soza is a Master Peace Officer, he is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Session 262, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Lamar University and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management from Sam Houston State University.