Police Department
Police Chief   Robert Bybee

Robert Bybee begin his employment with the City of Lorenzo on February 15, 2005 as Chief of Police. 


Robert moved to Lubbock in 1965 from Borger Texas.  He attended Coronado High School the first year it was opened and graduated in 1968. 


Robert went to South Plains College for a year, he went to Lubbock Christian College for a year and Texas Tech for a semester.  Robert never finished College. Robert went to work for a Kaibab Lumber Company in Lubbock where he worked for 2 years.  Later working in the oil field until Jan 1977,when he  went to work for Dickens as a Deputy.  In January 1978 Robert Applied for and was accepted to the DPS Academy on May 28 1978.


Robert Bybee retired from the Texas Department of Public Safety on August 31, 2003.  After 25 years of service.


Robert is a member of the Fist United Methodist Church of Lorenzo.


Robert Has 4 children Tracie of Nevada, Jessica of Lubbock, Jennifer of Mesquite, and Jeffrey of Great Falls, Mt. Three Grandkids and one on the way in Jan 2010.


Robert Loves to hunt and fish all over Texas, Colorado and New Mexico.


After Retiring from Lorenzo Robert wants to get on his Motorcycle and travel around the country.


Henry Benitez
 IHenry Benitez

Henry Benitez has been employed by the Lorenzo Police Department since September1, 2009. Prior to his time with the City Henry worked in the Diesel engine parts industry for 10 years.


Henry was raised in Lorenzo and is a 1999 graduate of Lorenzo High School. He attended and graduated from the South Plains Association of Government Law Enforcement Academy in August of 2009.


Henry and his wife Anna are parents of 2 children and are members of San Lorenzo Catholic Church. He likes hunting and spending time with his family.


“I hope to make Lorenzo a safer community in which the people will have greater confidence in the police force that they entrust with the security of their property and safety”

Steven Longoria
 Steven Longoria

Steven Longoria is a newcomer to Lorenzo, moving here in April of 2009. Steven was born in Plainview and moved to Ralls when he was 10 years old. Steven is a graduate of Ralls ISD. Prior to coming to Lorenzo Steven worked as a ASE Certified mechanic at Shamrock Chevrolet for 2 years.


Steven attended and graduated from the South Plains College Law Enforcement Academy in August of 2009. Steven and his wife Toni are parents of a son, and enjoy spending time together and with family.


“I hope to establish a base in law enforcement to help me to a very long and prosperous career as a law enforcement officer.”

 For Emergencies, Dial
 Lorenzo Police Dept.
P.O. Box 430
Lorenzo, TX 79343
ph (806) 634-5596
fax (806) 634-5597
It is the policy of the Lorenzo Police Department to patrol in a proactive manner, to aggressively investigate suspicious persons and circumstances, and to actively enforce motor vehicle laws, while insisting that citizens will only be stopped or detained when there exists reasonable suspicion to believe that they have committed, are committing, or are about to commit a violation of the law.
It is the policy of the Lorenzo Police Department to protect the fundamental rights of all citizens, and to provide equal protection under the law. Therefore, the Lorenzo Police Department prohibits the use of bias based profiling in traffic contacts, field contacts, and in asset seizure and forfeiture. 
 Oath of Honor
On my honor,
I will never betray my badge,
my integrity,
my character, or the public trust.
I will always have the courage
to hold myself and others
accountable for their actions.
I will always uphold the
Constitution and the community
I serve.

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Police Chief Bill Jones    
Fatally shot in the line of duty
 On March 23, 1985, The City of Lorenzo tragically lost an officer in the line of Duty.
As citizens, we are all aware there may come a time in a particular situation, that for one reason or another, police officers may have to lay down their life for the protection and preservation of life and property in our community. This is something no officer wants to do or plans to do, but we understand that it does happen.
In our community we have a reminder that it happens. Lorenzo Police Chief Bill Jones, a good husband and father, good son, good citizens, and good police officer, gave our community what is expected by some, but should be required of no one - his life.
As you read this, remember Bill Jones not just a name, but for who he was, as a man who was loved by his family and friends, missed by all those who had the good fortune to know him, and appreciated by those in the community he served.