TABC Announces Appointment of Major David Doggett to Oversee Arlington Regional Office
ARLINGTON – The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has appointed Major David Doggett as Regional Enforcement Supervisor for the Arlington Regional Office. The Arlington office covers TABC's Region 2, which includes North Texas and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Doggett succeeds Major Cathleen Cavazos, who now oversees TABC's Central Texas Enforcement office.
"We're extremely pleased to have David in place at the Arlington office," said Robert Saenz, TABC Deputy Executive Director for Enforcement. "He's been a member of the TABC family since 2001, and I'm confident his experience, skills, and professionalism will make him a true asset to our enforcement efforts in North Texas."
Doggett began his law enforcement career as a Tarrant County Deputy Constable in 1995. He joined TABC in 2001, serving first in Corpus Christi then later at the agency's Dallas and Denton offices. In 2012, he was promoted to Sergeant at the Denton Enforcement Area Office. He was later moved to the Arlington Regional Enforcement Office, where he was promoted to Lieutenant in 2017.
Doggett holds a Master Peace Officer License, Instructor Proficiency Certificate, and a Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Instructor certificate from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. He graduated from Texas Christian University in 1995 with a degree in Criminal Justice followed a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice in 1999. He has completed the FBI's Law Enforcement Executive Development Association leadership training program including the Supervisory Leadership Institute, Command Leadership Institute, and the Executive Leadership Institute, earning him the FBI's LEEDA Trilogy Award.
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Contact: Chris Porter TABC Public Information Officer (512) 206-3462