Cole Brock is a Travel Secretary of the Fort Worth chapter of Brotherhood for the Fallen. Det/Cpl. Brock is one of the original members of the chapter board and has handled travel responsibilities for all of its members since our inception. His duties include booking all lodging, flights and travel for the traveler and then maintaining contact with the traveler during the deployment to help them if any issues arise such as problems with flights, weather, hotels, etc.
Det/Cpl. Brock has been a member of Special Response Team 6, attended numerous tactical schools, received multiple life-saving awards, received multiple commendations and has been trained as an emergency medical technician (EMT). Det/Cpl. Brock has previously also been on K9 Search and Rescue (SAR) where he and his now deceased SAR-K9 “Luca” received a national award from the American Humane Association and Hallmark for locating/saving an elderly missing man that fell into the Trinity River and was drowning.
Det/Cpl. Brock promoted in 2021 and is now over the East Property Crimes Team Task Force; he and his team handle any and all prolific offender crimes including, but not limited to home-invasions, burglary, catalytic converter theft, break-ins, stolen vehicles, etc. Detectives utilize he and his team to identify suspects by means of intel and data-mining and then adopt the case, perform various undercover stings, prepare and write warrants on suspects, serve the warrants upon the criminal(s) and then file a solid case for the DA so the citizens of Fort Worth aren’t further victimized by the criminal’s actions.
Det/Cpl. Brock has his Bachelor of arts degree from Weber State University with a Spanish minor form Weber State University and has been a peace Officer for approximately 13 years.