Meet The Team


Sergeant Arika Carr

Sergeant Arika Carr began her career in law enforcement in 2010.  During her career, she has worked as a Patrol Officer and is currently the Day Shift Patrol Sergeant and Community Liaison for the Arcola Police Department. Her dedication to the community and pro-active approach to community policing are an asset to the department and to keeping the City of Arcola safe. 


Sergeant Carr is a Certified Field Training Officer and is responsible for training new officers that come to the Arcola Police Department.  She is currently working on obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Sergeant Carr is an active member of her church and loves spending time with her children.  Her hobbies include playing and watching sports and crafting.


Warrant Officer Miller

My name is Claude Miller.  I began my peace officer career in 2008 as a Patrol Officer in Harris County, Pct. 6.


In 2012, I left Harris County, Pct. 6 to pursue my career with the City of Arcola Police Department.  City of Arcola is located within Fort Bend County, Texas.


My current job title is Warrant Officer.  I would like to consider myself as the community officer of Arcola.  I am a team player and I enjoy working and helping others.  This is where my passion is.  I also have compassion for animals.  I have rescued one kitten on State Highway 6.  His name is Lucky!



Officer B. Womack

Officer B. Womack has been in law enforcement since March of 2016, graduating from University of Houston -Downtown BPOC Class# 285.  Soon after, obtained a job with Harris County Precinct 7.  In March of 2018, Officer B. Womack accepted a job opportunity with the City of Arcola. 


Officer B. Womack is dedicated and passionate about serving as a Police Officer and ensuring the safety of the citizens of Arcola. Officer B. Womack works as a patrol officer on night shift under the direction of Sergeant R. Juarez.