Todd Hoff

Todd is a Sergeant with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Internal Affair’s Division.  The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is just to the north of the Houston Texas Metro area.  Sergeant Hoff has been with the Sheriff’s Office for 19 years. 

 

Todd started his law enforcement career in March of 2001 as a Deputy Sheriff in the Jail Division, and in June of 2002 he was transferred to the Patrol Division.  In January of 2006, Todd was promoted to Corporal in the Patrol Division where he supervised the night shift for two years.  In February of 2008, he transferred to the Criminal Investigative Division where he initially investigated Property Crimes and Persons Crimes cases.  In November of 2010, Todd was transferred to Children’s Safe Harbor, which is a regional child advocacy center in Montgomery County, where he was responsible for investigating Child Sex Crimes.  During the four years assigned to Children’s Safe Harbor, he was recognized for investigating severe cases of Child Abuse where multiple individuals received life sentences.  In August of 2014, Todd transferred to the Major Crimes Division where he was responsible for death investigations along with aggravated crimes.  In December of 2015, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and transferred to the Internal Affair’s Division.  Todd has been a member of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard since 2007.

 

Todd holds a Master Peace Officer license through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE).  He has completed over 2000 hours of continuing education through TCOLE. 

 

When Todd is not working, he enjoys spending time with friends and family.  He is an avid sports fan, and enjoys outdoor activities.