Dallas Police Department, Retired
Detective Navarro spent 31 years with the Dallas Police Department before retiring in 2012. In 1987, Detective Navarro joined the department's Crimes Against Persons Division where he investigated assaults and family violence. In 1989, he transferred to the Homicide Unit where he served for seven years. In this assignment, Detective Navarro was the lead detective on 108 homicide cases and successfully cleared 80 percent of those cases. In 2009, he partnered with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center to develop a unique training tool for criminal investigators called the 360 of interrogation and interviewed convicted killers and DPD Homicide Detectives regarding their interrogations.