“My name is Charles “Blue” Flores and I grew up in Carlsbad, Texas and attended Water Valley High School. I started my law enforcement career at the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Department Jail Division at the age of eighteen. I can attribute a good majority of my professional growth to working in the Jail. While working at the Jail, I studied Sociology at Angelo State University where I graduated with a B.S. degree in Sociology and a minor in Social Work. Upon completion of my degree, I attended the Concho Valley Regional Law Enforcement Academy where I became a certified Peace Officer.
In November of 2013, I became a police officer with the San Angelo Police Department. While working with the San Angelo Police Department I studied Applied Criminology at Texas A&M-Commerce where I obtained M.S. Degree. I have served as a Patrolman, Gang/Narcotics Investigator, and currently serve as a training instructor at the San Angelo Police Academy. I instruct new recruits and conduct in-service training for certified officers.
Within the community, I have volunteered with the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, and have taught civilian self-defense classes for men and women. I strongly value education and empowerment. I am committed to sharing these values while serving the community. I am excited and honored to be a part of this organization and teaching San Angelo’s youth.”