Ben Prewett was born and raised in southern California and moved to Childress, TX where he attended middle school and high school. He went to WTAMU where he played golf and baseball for the Buffaloes. During and after college Ben worked as a manager for Golf Headquarters until going through the 80th police academy. Ben is a 3rd generation policeman and many of his extended family were/are law enforcement, in southern California. Ben has been a part of the Boots and Badges committee for 6 years. Ben was also one of the original organizers of the “Dodge for a Cause” and “Swing for a Cause” dodgeball and golf tournaments. Those fundraisers brought in upwards of $35,000, which was put right back into the Amarillo Community youth. Ben is serving his 1st term on the association board, is currently a member of the Proactive Criminal Enforcement (PACE) unit, and is also a member of the APD SWAT team.
Brandon Worley was raised in Amarillo, TX, and graduated from River Road HS in 2004. He has worked for the Amarillo Police Department since January 2009 and graduated from the 78th APD Police Academy. Upon starting his career, he was assigned to evening shift patrol where he remained for 4 years. He then earned a position on the PACE Unit where he remained for the next 6 years. He promoted to Sergeant in 2019 and has spent time assigned to CID as a Special Victim’s Unit Detective and Uniform Division as a Patrol Supervisor. He is married to his wife Heather with two children.