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Meet Wayne


I was born in Brazos County 54 years ago and raised near S. College Ave. just close enough to Texas A&M to hear the Aggie Band playing at halftime from my backyard.  Brazos County has always been my home. Vicki and I have three adult children and two grandchildren.


From a young age, I always wanted to work for the sheriff’s office and I still remember the day in 1986 when I crossed what is now William Joel Bryan Parkway after an interview with Jail Administrator John Godfrey.  I was carrying a hand full of white uniform shirts and a small tin badge. I had just been hired as a jailer. I was so proud, I can’t remember anything but staring at the brown patches on those shirts. It was the beginning of a career that has spanned more than thirty years and three different sheriffs.


During my 37 year career with the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office, I have served in various capacities including jail officer, patrol deputy, first-line supervisor, and second-line supervisor. On five separate occasions, I have been promoted within the Office.  In 1997, Sheriff Kirk presented me with an opportunity that changed my life and my career. An opportunity to truly learn the inside operation of the Sheriff’s Office.


Sheriff Wayne Dicky has an impressive 37-year career with the Brazos County Sheriff's Office, having served in various roles including detention officer, patrol deputy, jail administrator, and Sheriff.


He holds a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management from Sam Houston State University and is certified as a Master Peace Officer in Texas.

Wayne has also earned designations as a Certified Jail Manager from the American Jail Association and a Certified Correctional Executive from the American Correctional Association.


He has shared his expertise by serving as an adjunct instructor for various organizations, including the Correctional Management Institute of Texas, the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the American Jail Association, and the National Jail Leadership Command Academy. He has also worked as a Technical Resource Provider for the National Institute of Corrections.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Wayne has been recognized for his contributions to non-profit organizations, such as the Bryan Noon Lions Club, Scotty's House Child Advocacy Center, Texas Lions Camp, and St. Andrew's Church Vestry. He is a past president of both the American Jail Association and the Texas Jail Association and has been inducted into the TJA Hall of Fame. Wayne and his wife, Vicki, are active members of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Bryan and have three children and four grandchildren.


Sheriff Wayne Dicky is the right choice to continue leading the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office. He has the leadership skills and the experience necessary to lead a large organization, manage change and solve problems. Re-Elect Sheriff Wayne Dicky for Brazos County Sheriff and help make our community safer and stronger.

I would truly appreciate your vote on March 5th, 2024 in the Republican Primary.


The Right Choice.

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