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Christie Carter, Police Officer

Officer Carter began her law enforcement career as a Corrections Officer in 2011, prior to transitioning to a Police Officer in 2017. Officer Carter served as a police officer in Granite Shoals and most recently at the Lakeway Police Department.  While working as a Patrol Officer for Granite Shoals, Christie introduced a community event, “Fill the Boat”, to help collect school supplies and Christmas gifts for underprivileged kids in the community. The event has now become an annual event for Granite Shoals PD. Officer Carter was awarded the Community Service Officer of the Year Award in 2018.

Officer Carter is trained and certified as a Mental Health Officer, in Crisis Intervention, and School-Based Law Enforcement.  She is also an 8-year veteran of the United States Army.

Christie enjoys connecting with the community and building trust between students and law enforcement. Officer Carter aspires to develop more programs and/or events within the schools that will benefit the students. 

Officer Carter enjoys spending time and traveling with family and friends. Officer Carter has one son enrolled as a student in the district.

“Do what you can with all you have, wherever you are.” – T. Roosevelt


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Jeff Corff, Police Officer

Prior to joining Lake Travis ISD, Officer Corff served at the University of Texas at Austin Police Department for nine and a half years as a police officer. Jeff served UTPD as a training Corporal, K9 Handler, Crisis Negotiator, and Mental Health Officer.

Officer Corff also served in the 3rd U.S. Infantry (“The OLD Guard”) in the late ’90s. He was a regimental orientation instructor as well as was part of an Honor’s Casket Team that served in Arlington National Cemetery.

Jeff has always loved food, so after the military, he went to Culinary School and studied French Cuisine. He worked as a Chef for several years but always had an interest in Law Enforcement. Officer Corff went back to school and received an Associates's Degree in Criminal Justice from ACC before becoming a police officer. He is currently working on finishing his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice through UTEP.


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Michael Olfers, Police Officer

Officer Michael Olfers has been a police officer for 6 years.  Prior to joining the team here at Lake Travis ISD, he served as a police officer with the University of Texas at Austin Police Department.  Officer Olfers enjoyed interacting closely with the student population at UT, answering any questions they had, and also giving safety presentations to incoming freshmen.  Officer Olfers is also a certified Mental Health Officer.

Michael is married to Sarah and they have one son,  Rhett.  Officer Olfers was born and raised in the Kyle/Buda area and still lives there today. He looks forward to meeting everyone and is excited about this new opportunity at LT. 


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Todd Sumrall, Police Officer

Officer Todd Sumrall has a combined 27 years in law enforcement.  Officer Sumrall is a Master Peace Officer, TCOLE Instructor, Mental Health Officer, Emergency Driving Instructor, and Field Training Officer.

Todd has been married to his wife, LeeAnn, for 26 years,  and they have two children. Their daughter Macy is a 23-year-old college graduate and their son Luke is currently a senior in Georgetown ISD. 

In his free time, Officer Sumrall enjoys bass fishing, playing drums, spending time with his family and Chinese Shar-Pei, Mercedes.


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Donnie Williamson, Police Officer

Officer Donnie Williamson brings over nearly 35 years of law enforcement experience to the department, including 27 years at the Austin Police Department (APD).  Donnie worked in APD’s Organized Crime Division as well as the Mounted Horse Patrol Unit prior to serving his last 12 years working full-time in the Department’s Mental Health Unit and Crisis Intervention Team.

Officer Williamson is married and has three children.  When he’s not working he enjoys building race cars and hot rods, and he has a passion for horses.