Under the leadership of Chuck Del Tufo, director of public safety and Reserve Officer for the Dallas Police Dept., Uptown Dallas Inc. is deploying resources to help fight crime while enhancing public safety within the district. Our team has grown this past year and we want to introduce you to the professionals we have working on the streets of Uptown.

Officer Bruce Davis is from Miami and attended Florida A&M University focusing on Criminal Justice. Bruce relocated to Dallas two years ago to pursue a career in law enforcement. Bruce was a PSO (Public Service Officer) for the City of Dallas and subsequently secured a position with the City of Farmers Branch. Bruce joined Tactical Protection Services 6 months ago and was deployed in Uptown starting in July. His hobbies include physical fitness and immersing himself in literature.

Officer Sean Barth is a Native Texan and graduate of UT Arlington.
Sean is 12 year veteran of Dallas Police. Sean has been with Tactical Protective Services for 3 years and takes great pride in serving the residents and citizens of Uptown.

Officer Brett Villarreal ran his family business in California before moving to Dallas to be closer to his daughter. Brett was the former Director of Guest services and Security at Lava Cantina in the Colony. He has been with Tactical Protective Services for three years.

Officer Sederick McDougle was born in Waynesboro, Mississippi and served 19 years in US Airforce Police. Sederick enjoys boxing and exercising during his off time.

Officer Maurice Bullock, best known as “Mo”, has worked in the security field for 20 years. Mo has 2 kids and enjoys hanging out at the lounge playing ping pong on his time off.

These officers are constantly patrolling the neighborhoods and businesses throughout Uptown. If you have information that might be helpful in fighting crime or if you would like to report a nonemergency, please call our tipline at 214-214-UPTN.

Officer Sean Barth (l) and Officer Brett Villarreal (r)

Officer Bruce Davis on duty.

Officer Mo Bullock on duty.

Officer Sederick McDougle