Lt. Kevin Freeman is currently assigned to the Criminal Investigations Bureau.
Kevin Freeman began his tenure with the Longview Police Department in November, 2007 as a patrolman. He transferred over to the Criminal Investigations Division as a crimes against persons detective in August, 2010, later working as a detective on crimes against children. He promoted to the rank of sergeant in July of 2013 and was assigned to first watch patrol. He returned to the Criminal Investigations Division in the Technical Investigations Section in 2015 as a supervisor.
Upon returning to CID as a technical investigations sergeant, he worked with a staff of detectives responsible for investigating crimes against children as well as internet crimes against children. In January of 2016, after attaining the rank of Lieutenant, he was chosen to serve as the division commander of the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) of the Longview Police Department.
Lt. Freeman earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Stephen F. Austin State University and he holds several instructor-level TCOLE certificates. Since 2002, Lt. Freeman has been a member of the department's SWAT team where he has served as a member of the entry team, sniper team, and as a sniper team leader. He currently serves within the command structure of the Department's SWAT team. He has more than 20 years of combined law enforcement service to the community and holds a Master Peace Officer certification.