Dallas City Attorney

Chief of the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section

Maureen Milligan
Maureen joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2007 and currently serves as the Chief of the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section and as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. Previously, she served as the Deputy Chief of the section and as the Jubilee Park Community Prosecutor. Maureen received her law degree from American University, her master’s degree in education from the University of Virginia and her undergraduate degree from Duke University. Prior to joining the CAO, she worked as a federal law clerk and as a public school teacher through the Teach for America program. Maureen is a member of the North Texas Crime Commission, the Dallas Rotary Club and the Junior League of Dallas. She is a graduate of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Leadership Program, the T. Boone Pickens Leadership Institute and the Caruth Police Institute’s Executive Leadership Series.

1500 Marilla, 7DN, 75201
214-670-3475
maureen.milligan@dallascityhall.com


Deputy Chief of the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section

Charlotta Riley
Charlotta joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2007 and currently serves as a Deputy Chief of the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section. Previously, she served as a Northwest Division Community Prosecutor. Charlotta received her law degree from the University of Houston where she was a Dean’s Scholarship recipient and her undergraduate degree from the University of North Texas where she graduated magna cum laude. Prior to joining the CAO, she worked as an attorney specializing in civil litigation. Charlotta is a graduate of the Caruth Police Institute’s Executive Leadership Series. She is fluent in French and Swedish.

907 S. Carroll Ave., 75223
214-766-8380
charlotta.riley@dallascityhall.com


Deputy Chief of the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section

Jason Mathis
Jason joined the Dallas City Attorney's Office in 2015 and currently serves as a Deputy Chief of the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section. Previously, he served as a Southwest Community Prosecutor. Jason received his law degree from Texas Tech School of Law and undergraduate degree in Political Science from Texas State University in San Marcos. Prior to joining the CAO, he initially served as a prosecutor in the Collin County District Attorney’s Office and then practiced municipal law at the Dallas law firm of Cowles & Thompson, P.C. Jason is an active member of the J.L. Turner Legal Association and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He was identified as a “Rising Star” in 2010, 2012, and 2014 by Texas Super Lawyers Magazine.

4320 West Illinois Ave., 75211
214-605-9287
jason.mathis@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Code Manager

Robert Beltran
Robert joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2009 and currently serves as the Code Manager for all code officers assigned to the Community Prosecution, Code Litigation and SAFE Teams. Previously, he served as a Northwest Division CP Officer and as an officer in the Rapid Intensive Inspection Program. In 2013, Robert was selected as first-runner up for Code Officer of the Year. Robert is fluent in Spanish.

907 S. Carroll, 75223
214-957-8242
robert.beltran@dallascityhall.com


Southwest Community Prosecutor

Kristina Pierre-Louis
Kristina joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as a Southwest Division Community Prosecutor. Kristina received her law degree from The Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law where she served as the Justice of the William Penn Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International and a clinical fellow in the Family Law Clinic. She received her undergraduate degree in International Business from Pepperdine University. Prior to joining the CAO, she was an associate attorney at a general practice firm in Arlington, Texas. She is a member of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.

4320 West Illinois Ave., 75211
214-789-2271
kristina.pierre@dallascityhall.com


Southwest Community Prosecution Code Officer

Marlene Garcia
Marlene joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2016 and currently serves as a South West Division CP Inspector.  She also serves as a Code Educator for the West Dallas Community Court. Previously, Marlene served as a code officer in the South Central District of the Department of Code Compliance and as a Code Educator for the South Oak Cliff Community Court. In 2013, she was selected as Code Officer of the Year. Marlene is certified as a paralegal and is fluent in Spanish.

4320 West Illinois Ave., 75211
214-701-6148
marlene.garcia@dallascityhall.com 


South Central Community Prosecutor

Cody Robinson

Cody joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as a South Central Division Community Prosecutor. Cody received his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from The University of Texas at Austin where he attended on a 4 year ROTC scholarship. He served for 4 years as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army. Prior to joining the CAO, Cody worked as a plaintiff’s attorney specializing in civil litigation. 

1999 East Camp Wisdom Rd., 75241
469-520-6268
cody.robinson@dallascityhall.com


South Central Community Prosecutor

Jamilah Way
Jamilah joined the Dallas City Attorney's office in 2011 and currently serves as a South Central Division Community Prosecutor. Previously, Jamilah served as an Assistant City Attorney in the General Counsel Division and as a municipal court prosecutor. Prior to joining the Dallas City Attorney’s Office, Jamilah worked as a licensing specialist for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

1999 East Camp Wisdom Rd., 75241
214-957-1456
jamilah.way@dallascityhall.com


South Central Community Prosecution Code Officer

Dawn Baxter
Dawn joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2008 and currently serves as the Southwest Division CP Officer. Previously, Dawn served as a Code officer in the Northwest District of the Department of Code Compliance. Dawn is certified as a residential building inspector.

1999 East Camp Wisdom Rd., 75241
972-768-8869
dawn.baxter@dallascityhall.com


South Central Community Prosecution Code Officer

Position Currently Vacant


Southeast Community Prosecutor

Stephanie Neal
Stephanie joined the Dallas City Attorney's Office in 2015 and currently serves as a Southeast Division Community Prosecutor. She previously served as a Dallas municipal prosecutor. Stephanie received her law degree from Saint Mary's University where she was a Dean's Scholarship recipient. She received her undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University where she was the recipient of multiple scholarships, including the Presidential Scholarship.  Prior to joining the City Attorney's Office, she worked as a staff attorney at Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas where she practiced civil litigation. 

5411 Bexar St., 75215
214-789-6804
stephanie.neal1@dallascityhall.com


Southeast Community Prosecutor 

Jill Haning
Jill joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2014 and currently serves as a Southeast Division Community Prosecutor. Jill received her law degree from Villanova School of Law where she was a Public Interest Fellow and a recipient of the Dorothy Day award for pro bono service. She received her undergraduate degree from St. Edwards University where she graduated summa cum laude. Prior to joining the CAO, she worked as an attorney specializing in civil  litigation.

5411 Bexar St., 75215
214-952-6505
jill.haning@dallascityhall.com


 Southeast Community Prosecution Code Officer

Andrew Rollo
Andrew joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2016 and currently serves as the Southeast Division CP Officer. Previously, Andrew served as a code officer in the Southwest Division of the Department of Code Compliance. Andrew received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University.
5411 Bexar St., 75215
214-930-2994
andrew.rollo@dallascityhall.com


Southeast Community Prosecution Code Officer

Position Currently Vacant


Northeast Community Prosecutor

Amanda Chase
Amanda joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2012 and currently serves as a Northeast Division Community Prosecutor. Amanda received her law degree from South Texas College of Law where she received the Vinson & Elkins Public Interest Scholarship and the Mudge Scholarship. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Texas where she graduated magna cum laude and received the President’s Scholarship. She also was awarded the President of the United States’ Volunteer Service Award. Prior to joining the CAO, she served for four years as an Assistant District Attorney in Houston. 

7901 Goforth Rd., 75238
214-724-8892
amanda.chase@dallascityhall.com


Northeast Community Prosecutor

Harris “Trent” Teague
Trent joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as a Northeast Community Prosecutor. Trent received his law degree from Texas A&M School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining the CAO, he worked for a local telecommunications company. Before law school Trent served six years as an Army Infantry officer, completing two tours in Iraq. Trent currently serves as a Captain in the Texas Army National Guard. Trent is heavily involved with his local community serving on the boards of the Lewisville ISD Education Foundation and Mosaic in Dallas. He is also a member of the Carrollton Farmers Branch Rotary Club and City of Carrollton Capital Improvements Plan Advisory Commission. Trent is a 2016 graduate of the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce Leadership Series. 

7901 Goforth Rd., 75238
214-952-3759
harris.teague@dallascityhall.com


 Northeast Community Prosecution Code Officer

Jeremy Reed
Jeremy joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2016 and currently serves as a South Central Division CP Officer. Previously, Jeremy served as an officer in the North Central District of the Department of Code Compliance. Jeremy has been a Wall of Honor recipient and is an Eagle Scout.

7901 Goforth Rd., 75238
469-515-0987
jeremy.reed@dallascityhall.com


Northeast Community Prosecution Code Officer

Position Currently Vacant


Multifamily Community Prosecutor (District 10)

Kristen Kramer
Kristen joined the City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as the Multifamily Community Prosecutor focusing on District 10 and as a cross-designated Assistant Dallas County District Attorney. Kristen received her law degree from the Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University. Prior to joining the CAO, she worked as a Chief Deputy District Attorney for the Clark County District Attorney's Office in Las Vegas, Nevada.

7901 Goforth Rd., 75238
214-952-8974
kristen.kramer@dallascityhall.com


Multifamily Community Prosecution Code Officer (District 10)

Brentnie Brown
Brentnie joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2015 and currently serves as the Multifamily CP Officer. Previously, Brentnie was a Neighborhood Investment Program Code Officer and a Southwest Code Officer.

7901 Goforth Rd., 75238
214-422-3825
brentnie.brown@dallascityhall.com


Northwest Community Prosecutor

Wesley Nute
Wesley joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2014 and currently serves as a Northwest Division Community Prosecutor. Wesley received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law where he was an Austin Bar Association fellow and his undergraduate degree from Duke University. Prior to joining the CAO, he worked as a solo practitioner specializing in general civil litigation. He is a member of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, the J.L. Turner Legal Association and the Urban League of Greater Dallas Young Professionals Association.

9801 Harry Hines Blvd., 75220
214-490-3423
wesley.nute@dallascityhall.com


 Northwest-Southwest Community Prosecutor

David Wilkins
David joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as a Northwest/Southwest Division Community Prosecutor.  David received his law degree from UCLA School of Law where he served as a comments editor on the UCLA Law Review.  He received a BA in History from The University of Texas at Austin.  Before joining the CAO, he worked as a staff attorney in the general counsel’s office of an asbestos settlement trust and as an associate in a small civil-litigation firm.  Before law school, he also served as a DISD teacher.   David is a member of the Dallas Bar Association, the Dallas LGBT Bar Association, and is active with the Friends of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.

4320 West Illinois Ave., 75211
214-601-1091
david.wilkins@dallascityhall.com


 Northwest-Southwest Community Prosecution Code Officer

Position Currently Vacant


North Central Community Prosecutor

Kelsey Ciluffo
Kelsey joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2011 and currently serves as the North Central Division Community Prosecutor. Kelsey received her law degree from the George Washington University and her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Dallas where she was a Eugene McDermott scholar. Prior to joining the CAO, she worked as an attorney specializing in litigation at a medical malpractice law firm. Kelsey is a proficient French speaker.

6969 McCallum Blvd., 75252
214-629-1683
kelsey.ciluffo@dallascityhall.com


North Central and Northwest Community Prosecution Code Officer

Margarita “Mo” Ortez
Mo joined the Community Prosecution Team in June 2015 and currently serves as the North Central and Northwest Division CP officer. Previously, Mo was assigned to the Multi-Tenant Division of the Department of Code Compliance and also worked in the North Central, South Central, Northeast and Central divisions. Additionally, Mo served as an officer in the Central Business District Vacant Building program. Prior to joining the City of Dallas in June 2006, Mo worked in the car sales and finance industry.

6969 McCallum Blvd., 75252
214-789-9170
marg.ortez@dallascityhall.com


Central Community Prosecutor

Melody Louis
Melody joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2011 and currently serves as the Central Division Community Prosecutor and as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. Melody received her law degree from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville where she received numerous moot court honors. She received her undergraduate degree from Howard University where she received an undergraduate mock trial team scholarship and received numerous mock trial honors. Prior to joining the CAO, she was a paralegal specialist at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas.

907 S. Carroll, 75223
214-629-1683
melody.louis@dallascityhall.com


Central Community Prosecution Code Officer

Eloisa Mariscal
Eloisa joined the Community Prosecution Team in 2007 and currently serves as the Central Division CP officer and helps manage the code triage process. Previously, Eloisa served as a code officer in the Southwest District of the Department of Code Compliance and worked in the 911/311 call center. Eloisa is certified as a residential building inspector and is fluent in Spanish.

907 S. Carroll, 75223
214-952-8466
eloisa.mariscal@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Senior Fire Prevention Officer

Monica Contreras
Monica joined the Community Prosecution team in 2014 and currently serves as a Senior Fire Prevention Officer. Previously, Monica served as a fire prevention officer covering the Central, Southeast and Northeast divisions of the City of Dallas. In 2011 Monica was named Fire Prevention Officer of the Year. Monica holds numerous certifications, including certifications from the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

4320 West Illinois Ave., 75211
214-998-3508
monica.contreras@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Fire Prevention Officer

Cliff Clark
Cliff joined the Community Prosecution team in 2015 and currently serves as a Fire Prevention Officer. Previously, Cliff served as Fire Rescue Officer within the Emergency Services Board of the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department. Cliff holds numerous certifications, including certifications from the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. He is member of the International Association of Firefighters and International Association of Arson Investigators.

7901 Goforth Rd., 75238
469-323-5969
clifton.clark@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Litigation Team Lead

Cody McCullar
Cody joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2008 and currently serves as the CP Litigation Team Lead. Previously, he served as the Central Division Community Prosecutor. Cody received his law degree from Southern Methodist University where he was a Hatton Sumner scholar and his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas-Dallas. Prior to joining the CAO, he was a staff attorney for the Small Business Administration and an elementary school teacher. Cody is a graduate of the Caruth Police Institute’s Executive Leadership Series and currently serves as a faculty member for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.

320 E. Jefferson Blvd., 75203
214-957-0931
cody.mccullar@dallascityhall.com


Community Courts Prosecutor

Yulise Waters
Yulise joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2011 and currently serves as the Community Courts Prosecutor. Previously, she served as the Southwest Division Community Prosecutor. Yulise received her law degree from Southern Methodist University. She received her undergraduate degrees from Southern Methodist University where she graduated magna cum laude and was the recipient of the President’s Scholarship and was selected as Senior Woman of the Year. Prior to joining the CAO, she was a partner at a family law practice. Yulise has been named “One-to-Watch” by SMU Magazine and a “40 under 40” leader by the Dallas Business Journal, is a recipient of the History Maker Award of the Black Alumni of SMU and has twice been added to the City of Dallas’ Wall of Honor for excellence in service to the citizens of Dallas. Yulise is a proficient Spanish speaker.

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
972-768-8869
yulise.waters@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Manager

Dianne Gibson
dianne joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2004 and currently serves as the Manager of the Community Courts. dianne has over 25 years of experience in working with the community to provide the general public with social services and housing.  She has been the recipient of numerous awards recognizing her volunteerism and community service including the Women Who Make a Difference Award; the National Council of Negro Women Inc. Volunteerism Award; the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Commission on Civil Rights, Education and Legislative Affairs Award; the Molina Healthcare Award for Community Service and, recently, the Greater Dallas Urban League Whitney M. Young Jr. Humanitarian Award.  dianne has served on the South Dallas Fair Park Trust Fund Board and the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center Advisory Board, among numerous other boards.

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
214-542-6658
dianne.gibson@dallascityhall.com


 Community Court Social Services Manager

Vickie Stepney
Vickie joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2011 and currently serves as the Social Service Supervisor for the Community Courts’ Social Service Department.  Vickie received her undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University and her Master in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington.  Vickie has over 19 years of professional experience.

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
214-422-3736
vickie.stepney@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Restitution Supervisor

Elmo Harris Jr.
Elmo joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2007 and currently serves as the Community Restitution Supervisor. He received his undergraduate degree from Grambling State University. Prior to joining the CAO, he worked in the telecommunications field as an Inside & Outside Plant Engineer. Elmo is also a licensed Property Claims Adjuster. 

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
214-542-6856
elmo.harris@dallascityhall.com


South Dallas Drug Treatment Court Outreach Coordinator

Angela Sanders
Angela joined the Dallas City Attorney’s office in 2015 and currently serves as the Outreach Coordinator for the South Dallas Drug Court, a special docket of the Dallas Community Courts. Previously, she served as an Outpatient Competency Restoration case manager for Child and Family Guidance Center in Dallas. Angela also served as a mental health case worker in the Dallas community for 10 years.   Angela received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Wayland Baptist University. She is currently pursuing a Master Degree in Industrial Psychology at NorthCentral University.

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
972-795-1552
angela.sanders@dallascityhall.com


South Dallas Drug Treatment Court Outreach Coordinator

Anne Kissack
Anne joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as the Social Service Coordinator for the South Dallas Drug Court. Anne received her undergraduate degree from the University of New Haven and recently received her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Anne has over nine years of Social Service experience and she enjoys helping others.

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
469-909-8700
anne.kissack@dallascityhall.com


South Oak Cliff Veteran’s Court Outreach Coordinator

Frederick Gregory
Frederick Gregory joined the Dallas City Attorney’s in 2016 and currently serves as the Outreach Coordinator for the Veteran’s Treatment Court. Previously, he served on active duty in the United States Army and retired from military service on June 1, 2016.  Fred received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Arlington and his Master of Arts in Counseling from Amberton University.

2111 S. Corinth St., 75203
469-909-8407
frederick.gregory@dallascityhall.com


South Oak Cliff Veteran’s Court Social Services Coordinator

Position Currently Vacant

2111 S. Corinth St., 75203


Community Court Community Restitution Coordinator (WDCC)

Lorenzo Ramos
Lorenzo joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2008 and currently serves as the Community Restitution Coordinator for the West Dallas Community Court. Previously, Lorenzo served as the Work Crew Supervisor for the South Dallas Community Court. Lorenzo is also a volunteer youth soccer coach and is fluent in Spanish.

2828 Fishtrap Rd., 75212
214-422-3406
lorenzo.ramos@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Services Coordinator (WDCC)

Emily Lollola
Emily joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2014 and currently serves as a Social Services Coordinator.  Previously, she served as a Court Support Specialist with Dallas Municipal Courts. She has over 20 years of professional experience working with in court systems and other municipal programs and  is fluent in Spanish.

2828 Fishtrap Rd., 75212
214-952-4051
emily.lollola@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Restitution Coordinator (SOCCC)

David Mata
David joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2013 and currently serves as the Community Restitution Coordinator for the South Oak Cliff Community Court. Previously, David served as the Community Restitution Work Crew Supervisor for the South Dallas Community Court. David has been recognized by numerous elected officials for his service at community events. David is fluent in Spanish.

2111 S. Corinth St., 75203
214-952-5720
david.mata@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Services Coordinator (SOCCC)

Janae Lee
Janae joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2015 and serves as the Social Service Coordinator for the South Oak Cliff Community Court. Janae received her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology from Stephen F. Austin State University and her Master of Art degree from Southern Methodist University in Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management.

2111 S. Corinth St., 75203
214-287-6460
janae.lee@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Services Coordinator (NECC)

Jermaine Harris
Jermaine joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2010 and currently serves as the Community Services Coordinator for the Northeast Community Court. Previously, Jermaine served as the Community Court Restitution Coordinator for the South Oak Cliff Community Court. Jermaine received his undergraduate degree from Dillard University and his Master of Divinity from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary.

9451 LBJ Freeway, Suite 125
214-287-7557
jermaine.harris@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Restitution Coordinator (NECC)

Judith Fears
Judith joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2013 and currently serves as the Community Restitution Coordinator for the Northeast Community Court. Previously, Judith served as the Community Restitution Work Crew Supervisor for the South Oak Cliff Community Court. Judith has been recognized by numerous elected officials for her service at community events.

9451 LBJ Freeway, Suite 125
judith.fears@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Restitution Work Crew Supervisor (SDCC)

Anthony Wallace
Anthony joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2016 and currently serves as a Community Service Work Crew Supervisor for the South Dallas Community Court. Anthony received his undergraduate degree in Applied Arts and Science from the University of North Texas.

2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, 75215
anthony.wallace@dallascityhall.com


Community Court Community Restitution Work Crew Supervisor (SOCCC)

Position Currently Vacant


Community Prosecution Paralegal

Luz Aguilar
Luz joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2014 and currently serves as the paralegal for the Community Prosecution and Community Courts team. Luz received her associate’s degree in paralegal studies from El Centro College.

1500 Marilla, 7DN., 75201
214-998-8674
luz.aguilar@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Legal Secretary

Misty Rhynes
Misty joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2009 and currently serves as the legal secretary for the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section.

1500 Marilla, 7DN., 75201
214-490-1887
misty.rhynes@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Legal Coordinator

Jesse August
Jesse joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2005 and currently serves as the Legal Coordinator for the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section.

1500 Marilla, 7DN., 75201
214-437-5552
jesse.august@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution Grants Administrator

Monica Sadler
Monica joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2015 and currently serves as the Grants Administrator for the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section. Prior to joining the CAO, she worked at Interfaith Housing Coalition where she led and/or supported all aspects of development and fundraising while simultaneously managing the outcomes for the entire agency. Monica received her undergraduate degree from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She has over 6 years experience in non-profit management, fundraising, grant compliance, and outcomes and research.

1500 Marilla, 7DN., 75201
214-939-2880
monica.sadler@dallascityhall.com


Community Prosecution and Community Courts IT Analyst

Gregory L. Williams Sr.
Gregory joined the Dallas City Attorney’s Office in 2014 and currently serves as the IT Analyst for the Community Prosecution and Community Courts Section. Previously, Gregory served the small business community as the President/CEO of his small IT company providing IT Services and support. Gregory received his Associates Degree in Business Management from Central Texas College and studied Management Information Systems at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Prior to joining the CAO, Gregory served 22 years in the military. Gregory is a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council.

1500 Marilla, 7DN., 75201
972-358-4110
gregory.williams2@dallascityhall.com


Office Assistant- Code Compliance/Community Prosecution

Position Currently Vacant