Darrell Kelemen began his career as a police officer in 1997 with the City of Willis, Texas as a Patrol Officer. He then worked for the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office and Santa Fe Police Department prior to joining the Webster Police Department in January of 2000. Darrell began his employment with the League City Police Department in July of 2008 after eight years of service with the Webster Police Department. Darrell Kelemen served Webster at the rank of Sergeant and was responsible for supervising the Department’s records division and communication division.
Darrell Kelemen holds a Master Peace Officer License as well as other specialized certificates that include Drug Interdiction, Undercover Narcotic Investigation, Arrest-Search-Seizure, Computer Crimes Investigation, Internet Fraud, Family Violence Investigation, Sexual Assault Investigation, Child Abuse Investigation, Identity Theft Investigation, Behavioral Analysis, Statement Analysis, Crime Analysis, Intoxilyzer Operator, Crystal Reports Data Analysis Software, Field Training Officer and Police Instructor.
He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice/Police Science in 1998 from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. He obtained a Masters Degree from Sam Houston State University in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management in August of 2018. He is assigned to the Police Department's Support Services Division as the Bureau Commander/Reserve Captain. The duties of this position include supervision of the Department's communication center, records operation, the analysis of crime patterns, statistical reports, mandated reports, website maintenance, and the department's reserve police officer unit. He is a system administrator over the Department's multi-agency Records Management Reporting Software (Superion), and he provides software training to numerous law enforcement agencies in the area.