Investigator Brantley Anderson

Investigator Anderson began his Law Enforcement career with the Midland County Sheriff’s Office in 2015. He was initially hired as a civilian, working as a Maintenance for the Midland County Detention Center.

Anderson was promoted to Jailer and received “Officer of the Year” in 2017 by Sheriff Gary Painter. While employed at the Detention Center, Investigator Anderson was promoted to Detention Corporal. He later received his certification to become a TCOLE Instructor and taught classes that certified civilians in becoming licensed Jailers for the State of Texas.

Investigator Anderson then promoted to Detention Sergeant and received his Jail Administrator certification. In 2019, Investigator Anderson attended the South Plains Association-Governments Peace Officer Academy in Lubbock, Texas. He graduated top five in his class and was also awarded the “Top Shot” award.

Investigator Anderson, was later promoted to the Midland County Sheriff’s Office, Patrol Division. While a Patrolman, he was selected to become a Field Training Officer, and was responsible for the field training of Probationary Patrol Deputies. Investigator Anderson is currently a Death Investigator for the Justice Court in Midland, Texas. Anderson has completed training and skills in the death investigations area such as: Detecting deceptive behavior, homicide investigations, sudden infant death (SIDS), crime scene management and human remains identification.