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Patrick Quincy is a native of Louisiana, growing up in the city of Baton Rouge with his parents and older sister. After graduating high school, he decided to enlist in the United States Marine Corps. This experience afforded him the opportunity for both national and international tours of duty while proudly serving his country. After receiving an honorable discharge from the Marine Corps, Patrick was inspired to find a way to continue protecting and serving in his community.  He decided to move to Houston, Texas and enrolled in the Lone Star College Law Enforcement Academy, where he finished 4th in his graduating class.  Upon graduating from the police academy, Patrick vowed to enforce the law with integrity and compassion. He grew up witnessing how fractured relationships, negative attitudes and distrust towards police officers affect crime rates in the community; therefore he was determined to break down those barriers.


Patrick joined the Katy Independent School District Police Department immediately following graduation, where he served as a patrol officer.  Following his post with Katy ISD Police, he was sworn in as a member of the Harris County Constable's Office Precinct 5, becoming a supervisor assigned to the Harris County Toll Road Authority Incident Management Division.

Patrick’s hard work eventually led him to the Fort Bend County Attorney’s Office where he currently serves as Chief Investigator.  During his law enforcement career, Patrick has managed to maintain a clean record void of formal complaints, misconduct, or mistreatment. His experience interacting with civilians has been one filled with gratitude for his professionalism, respect, and fair treatment during numerous arrests and traffic stops.  These positive interactions remind him that restoring trust in the community is possible and how important it is to keep the vow he took long ago. 


Chief Quincy holds a Master Peace Officer Certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and has more than 5800 hours of law enforcement training and education.  He is a member of the Texas Association of Police Chiefs as well as the Texas District and County Attorneys Association.  Patrick has also received award recognition for his commitment and dedication in the fight against human trafficking in Fort Bend County.

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