Nori Rhodes, Patrol Support Captain joined the Corsicana Police Department in 1996. Her duties include supervising the department's community policing officer and the school crossing guards. She serves as the field training unit coordinator and is responsible for the department's training, equipment, and vehicle fleet management. She also coordinates the department's off-duty security employment, assists with investigating personnel complaints, and manages various state and federal grants.
Captain Rhodes began her career with the department as an intern while attending Navarro College. After receiving an Associate of Applied Science degree in criminal justice, she applied for, was tested for, and was hired as a patrol officer in 1996.
She attended and graduated from the Navarro College Police Academy in 1997 and began her patrol duties shortly thereafter. After seven years as a patrol officer in 2003, she tested for and was promoted to the position of police corporal. In 2006, she tested for and was promoted to patrol sergeant. She tested for and was promoted to captain of operations in 2010.
Captain Rhodes holds an advanced peace officer certification, is a crisis negotiator and a certified instructor. She was voted officer of the second quarter in 2000 and officer of the year in 2006. She was also a field training officer, member of the Corsicana Police Mounted Patrol Unit, attended basic SWAT training school, and served as an investigative liaison officer to the Criminal Investigation Division. She holds numerous other certifications.