Lieutenant James Schoeffel - Quartermaster
Office/Voicemail: (575) 763-9408
Lt. Schoeffel started his law enforcement career with the Clovis Police Department in 1990 after serving four years in the US Air Force Security Police. Lt. Schoeffel worked Patrol, Community Relations and was a Detective for the Clovis Police Department for 5 years. Lt. Schoeffel left the Clovis Police Department for a little over a year in 1999 to complete his Bachelor’s Degree at ENMU and worked as a Detective for the ENMU Police Department while finishing his degree plan. After graduating, Lt. Schoeffel re-applied to the Clovis Police Department and was re-hired in 2000. Lt. Schoeffel worked Patrol, Community Relations, Patrol Sergeant, Office of Professional Standards Sergeant and Lieutenant as well as his last assignment as the Records Custodian Supervisor and Training and Recruiting Division Lieutenant in the Support Services Division. In March 2010, Lt. Schoeffel was assigned to the Field Services Division where he was responsible for directing shifts with the Patrol Division. Lt. Schoeffel is also a Graduate of the 234th Session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (Police Command College) in Quantico, Virginia. Lt. Schoeffel was transferred to the Support Services Division in April 2013 to takeover as the Support Services Division Lieutenant as the Lieutenant in charge of the Property and Evidence Unit, Records Division, Custodial Services and Quartermaster.