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Lieutenant Bruce Honings

Bruce Honings began his career with the League City Police Department in 1979 and currently holds the rank of Lieutenant since 1999. He graduated from College of the Mainland with a Law Enforcement Associate's Degree in 1982, from the University of Houston-Clear Lake with a Psychology and Sociology Bachelor's Degree in 2001 and with a Criminology Master's Degree in 2005. 

Lieutenant Honings' experience includes:

  • Field Training Officer and Supervisor
  • Firearms Instructor and Firearms Proficiency Officer
  • Hostage Negotiator
  • Expert Witness
  • CIT Coordinator
  • Police Instructor
  • Training Coordinator
  • Captain of Investigations

Lieutenant Bruce Honings holds a TCOLE Master Peace Officer license and is certified as a Jailer, Mental Health and Field Training Officer, Firearms, Police, and Taser Instructor, Glock Armoror, NIMS, and Crisis Negotiator. Lieutenant Honings completed the 2 year LEMIT Training Program in 9 months in 1995, has taught as an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice at Brazosport College-Lake Jackson on an academically collegiate level for over 5 years, and received the 1988 Medal of Valor for a successful hostage negotiation incident. Lieutenant Honings is currently assigned as the Municipal Jail Commander in the Operations Bureau. 

The League City Jail has the capacity to secure 65 adults.  Detention Officers are responsible for the operation of the jail and the management of all prisoners.  Detention Officers also take reports from complainants who come to the police department. They provide finger printing services to citizens for job related background investigations, concealed handgun licenses, and passports.

Family Visitation Hours
7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Finger Printing Services
Monday - Thursday 
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

There is a $10 fee.