Deputy Chief Trevor Womack

Deputy Chief Trevor Womack joined the Stockton Police Department in 1992.  He served as a Patrol Officer, Community Police Officer, and Field Training Officer before promoting to the rank of Sergeant in 1998.  As a Sergeant, he worked in Patrol and Traffic.  After promoting to Lieutenant in 2003, he took strategic command over one of the Department's six policing districts as the Park District Commander.  He then spent some time leading the Personnel and Training Section before attaining the rank of Captain in 2006. 

As a Captain, he commanded the Support Services, Investigations, and Field Operations Divisions.  He was appointed to the rank of Deputy Chief of Police in 2012.  Deputy Chief Womack earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from CSU, Stanislaus and graduated the FBI National Academy, Session 219. 

In 2014, he earned his Master of Arts in Security Studies (Homeland Security and Defense) from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA.  Deputy Chief Womack heads up the Operations Bureau, which consists of the Field Operations Division, Special Operations Division, Investigations Division, and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT).

 

Deputy Chief Jim Chraska

Deputy Chief Jim Chraska was hired by the Stockton Police Department as a Police Officer on March 17, 1997.  He worked in Patrol, served as a Community Police Officer, and was an Auto Theft Task Force member.  In 2000, he was assigned to the Gang Street Enforcement Team and later worked as a detective in the Vice Criminal Intelligence Unit.  Upon promoting to Sergeant in 2006, he served as a Patrol Supervisor and Vice Unit Supervisor.  On March 16, 2012, he promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and served as Watch Commander, CRT Commander, CII Commander, and Traffic Commander. 

The Chief of Staff position was created in late 2015 and implemented by January 2016.  He was the first assigned to this key Department position and did a fantastic job of taking the initiative to fully develop the duties and responsibilities of the role.  He was promoted to the rank of Captain on March 17, 2017, and served as the Investigations Division Commander before promoting to the rank of Deputy Chief on June 18, 2018.

Deputy Chief Chraska attended CSU, Sacramento and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. He has earned his Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory, and Management POST certificates.  Deputy Chief Chraska heads up the Logistics Bureau, which consists of the Technical Services Division and Administrative Services Division.