Lieutenant Daniel Roman began his career with the Schertz Police Department in 2007 as a patrol officer. Throughout his professional career, Lieutenant Roman has served the department as a patrol officer, field training officer, accident reconstructionist, SWAT operator, and investigator while advancing through the ranks from officer to Corporal and to Sergeant.
In 2020, Lieutenant Roman was appointed to Lieutenant and now currently serves as the Uniform Services Commander overseeing Patrol, Traffic Enforcement, Honor Guard, Accident Reconstruction, K-9 Program, FTO Program, and Reserves.
Lieutenant Roman maintains a Master Peace Officer Certification and is currently working on earning his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Wayland Baptist University. Lieutenant Roman is currently a senior in college and is a veteran of the United States Armed Services (United States Marine Corps).