Dear d-mars.com Family and Friends,
It was a great shock to hear about the loss of Constable Ruben Davis, as he was one of our most loved, admired and respected law enforcement heroes who proudly served and protected Fort Bend County. He was not only dedicated to serving Fort Bend County, Precinct Two, but he was also dedicated to his family, friends and those in the surrounding communities.
He was a member of the d-mars.com family, not only supporting the publication, but a recipient of the 2013 Law Enforcement Hero Award at our d-mars.com Top 50 Black Attorneys Award event for his service. Constable Davis was always in attendance at d-mars.com events, and he had a smile and spirit that would light up the room when he entered.
He used his position as Constable to truly make a difference. It was not just a title for him, but a calling to serve others, and he did it with the highest integrity. His long career in law enforcement empowered many people and many communities, not only improving security and safety, but quality of life. He was proactive, not reactive when it came to serving our seniors and young people. Under his leadership, youth were provided with opportunities to help them succeed.
Constable Davis was definitely one of a kind, and a confidant who I would gain great wisdom from. Though he was a man who had great responsibility as a Constable, he never turned away when I needed that listening ear. He was truly a man of God.
The d-mars.com family extend our thoughts and prayers to his wife Sharon, his daughter Robin Davis, other family, friends, law enforcement he served with and all whose lives he touched.
Like many of you, I can say that Constable Davis was a true friend. He has left a great legacy and he will truly be missed. I was proud to know a man such as him. I consider myself better for knowing him.
Publisher and CEO d-mars.com
Remembering Constable Ruben Davis
One of the most respected names in law enforcement in Houston and the surrounding areas was Constable Ruben Davis. He faithfully served as Constable of Fort Bend County, Precinct Two since May 10, 1996. He spent his professional career working to empower people and communities — improving their safety, security and quality of life.
As Constable, his duties included serving civil documents, lawsuits for debts, divorce cases, repossessions, collection of judgments, foreclosures, criminal warrants, subpoenas, juvenile summons and a wide variety of other duties.
Recognizing the needs of our youth and senior citizens, Constable Davis extended his administration to the youth by providing job opportunities to enhance their skills, and he devoted his personal time giving back to the community.
Constable Davis graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in Criminal Justice. He received his Master’s degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University. Constable Davis held numerous police certifications, including police academy instructor, DARE instructor, crime prevention specialist and a master police license (the highest license in the state of Texas). Constable Davis retired from the Houston Police Department as Senior Supervisor with twenty-one (21) years of service.
Affiliations and Board Appointments Include:
- Fort Bend County Criminal Justice Grant Board
- University of Houston Sugar Land Advisory Board Member
- Founder of the Community Council of Fort Bend
- National Diversity Forum Board
- Past President of the Houston Chapter of National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
- Former Board Member of Afro-American Police Officers League
- International Association of Police Chiefs
- Former Board Member City/County Juvenile Justice Board City of Houston
- Lee P. Brown Criminal Justice Institute at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas
- Executives Police Session Project for Community-Oriented Policing
- Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society
- Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
- Fort Bend County Community Liaison Deputy Program
- T.O.P.S. (Teens Oriented Police Seminar)
Constable Davis was an Adjunct Professor with the Houston Community College (HCC) System, Wiley College and Texas A&M University.
He was also a faithful member of The Fountain of Praise Baptist Church, where he served as the Director of Church Security. He took his family to church, and he was faithful to the Lord until he was called into eternal rest on October 18, 2016.
He leaves to mourn his wife Sharon and his daughter Robin Davis, among other family. He was predeceased by his daughter Traneka Michelle Davis and his mother Lola Mae Bolton Davis.