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Chief of Police to Retire


Chief of Police Scott Rubin will retire from the Blanco Police Department on April 12, 2024 bringing an end to a professional career spanning 40 years of service to the nation as a member of the military and service to communities as a peace officer. He has served 25 years as a Chief of Police.

In 2021, the Blanco Police Department became the only Blanco County agency to achieve accredited status from the Texas Law Enforcement Best Practices Accreditations Program. This program is administered by the Texas Police Chiefs Association. Rubin served as president of the organization in 2021-2022.

Chief Rubin stated that he was incredibly grateful for the opportunity he has had to lead the dedicated members of the Blanco Police Department and serve the residents of Blanco.

The City appreciates the Chief’s service and wishes him well in his future endeavors. The city anticipates naming an interim or acting chief of police, pending appointment of a permanent successor. Chief Rubin will assist the city in this transition.