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Mission: "The mission of the Carrollton Police Department is to maintain a safe and peaceful community environment by providing effective and efficient public safety law enforcement services to all."

Operating as usual

Out back today. Thank you very much.
07/11/2020

Out back today. Thank you very much.

We lost an important CPD family member today. Recently retired Property & Evidence Manager Lucinda Lee fought a courageo...
07/04/2020

We lost an important CPD family member today.

Recently retired Property & Evidence Manager Lucinda Lee fought a courageous battle with cancer that ended this morning.

Lucinda honorably served the citizens of Carrollton for 29 years before retiring due to illness.

She was a true servant leader who deeply loved her family, our department, and this city. And we loved her.

Spotted outside the back gate of our building this week. Whoever you are, we thank you.
07/01/2020

Spotted outside the back gate of our building this week.

Whoever you are, we thank you.

POSTPONED!Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases, we will wait for a safer time to host our community listening sessions Des...
06/30/2020

POSTPONED!

Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases, we will wait for a safer time to host our community listening sessions

Despite our sincere desire to resume in-person community engagement events, right now we must put public health first.

This is too important a conversation not to have face to face and we don't want to exclude those with limited ability to attend a virtual event.

We will reschedule as soon as conditions allow!

UPDATE 06/26 12:05 p.m.: Signal is now working properly.----HEADS UP!
06/25/2020

UPDATE 06/26 12:05 p.m.: Signal is now working properly.
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HEADS UP!

UPDATE: 6/26 - 11:28 am The traffic signal at the Josey Lane & Parker Road intersection is now operational.

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: The City is aware of a traffic signal issue at the Josey Lane & Parker Road intersection. The traffic signal lights are flashing red. Avoid the area or seek alternate routes. The signals are owned and operated by TXDOT. For questions call TXDOT at: 940-387-1414

UPDATED 06/30/2020: POSTPONED!Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases, we will wait for a safer time to host our community li...
06/25/2020

UPDATED 06/30/2020:

POSTPONED!

Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases, we will wait for a safer time to host our community listening sessions

Despite our sincere desire to resume in-person community engagement events, right now we must put public health first.

This is too important a conversation not to have face to face and we don't want to exclude those with limited ability to attend a virtual event.

We will reschedule as soon as conditions allow!

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We're Listening!

To keep everyone safe we will limit attendance to the first 100 and strictly follow all COVID-19 safety precautions, but will add future sessions if necessary.

Jake and his co-workers stopped by this week with a generous PPE donation.Thank you State Farm and Moonlight Medical!
06/25/2020

Jake and his co-workers stopped by this week with a generous PPE donation.

Thank you State Farm and Moonlight Medical!

06/20/2020

Chief Miller attends every officer entrance exam to welcome our applicants and set expectations from day one.

To be honest, we weren’t sure what kind of turnout to expect this morning.

We ended up with a roomful of people who want to serve, and want it to be in Carrollton.

‪UPDATE 12:52 p.m.: The 2800 block of Eisenhower is now clear and open to traffic.TRAIN DERAILMENT- A train has derailed...
06/18/2020

‪UPDATE 12:52 p.m.: The 2800 block of Eisenhower is now clear and open to traffic.

TRAIN DERAILMENT- A train has derailed and is blocking the 2800 block of Eisenhower between LeMay Dr. and Bradley Ln. No injuries or cargo loss, but traffic will be blocked for several hours. ‬

06/11/2020

Lock, Take, Hide!

Two car burglaries, two nights, same suspects.

Can you help us identify these men who were caught on camera burglarizing two different vehicles in North Carrollton this week? Once on Randall Lane and the other the following night on Canyon Trail.

Please direct tips to (972) 466-3312 or [email protected]

Carrollton, TX - City Government
06/10/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

The City and Carrollton Texas Police Department are continuing to work against racial bias in our community.

Visit cityofcarrollton.com/TransparencyAtAGlance to find more information and answers to questions from community members.

This page is ever evolving and will be continuously updated.

Please continue to check back for additional content and send your ideas on how the City and the Carrollton Police Department can better serve you to [email protected].

06/03/2020

RECOGNIZE HIM?

Or perhaps the jacket? This is our suspect in a series of car burglaries in the early morning hours of Monday, June 1. At least four burglaries on Cordoba Drive and one on El Dorado Way.

Please direct tips to (972) 466-3312 or [email protected]

It was a peaceful day of positive interactions. Thank you to all who came out to make your voices heard.
06/03/2020

It was a peaceful day of positive interactions.

Thank you to all who came out to make your voices heard.

We are working closely with organizers of an event planned at our building today to ensure safety for all. We applaud an...
06/02/2020

We are working closely with organizers of an event planned at our building today to ensure safety for all.

We applaud and echo their call for a peaceful demonstration as they exercise their first amendment right to peaceably assemble and we are here to keep everyone safe.

News Release:
05/31/2020

News Release:

05/31/2020

‪UPDATE 7:33 a.m.-All lanes now open.

TRAFFIC ALERT-NB IH-35E closed at Frankford for single-vehicle fatality crash investigation. All northbound traffic will exit at Frankford for several hours. #DFWTraffic ‬

Thank you Sam Pack's Five Star for honoring first responders today, including our own Sgt. Zabojnik.  He wears many hats...
05/30/2020

Thank you Sam Pack's Five Star for honoring first responders today, including our own Sgt. Zabojnik.

He wears many hats for us, including the inventory and distribution of PPE as of late.

News Release:
05/29/2020

News Release:

05/29/2020

UPDATE 4:38 a.m.: Intersection now open.

TRAFFIC ALERT: The intersection of Marsh Ln. and Keller Springs Rd. Is closed due to crash investigation. Please avoid the area. #DFWTraffic

From Chief Miller's Twitter yesterday, but on behalf of the entire Carrollton Police Department every day.
05/28/2020

From Chief Miller's Twitter yesterday, but on behalf of the entire Carrollton Police Department every day.

On this Memorial Day and every day, may we never forget that freedom isn’t free.
05/25/2020

On this Memorial Day and every day, may we never forget that freedom isn’t free.

Carrollton, TX - City Government
05/21/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

The City of Carrollton will reopen limited public access to additional facilities on Mon., 6/1 in accordance with Gov. Greg Abbott’s most recent executive order.

▪️Rosemeade and Crosby Recreation Centers, 25% capacity, restrictions apply
▪️Hebron & Josey and Josey Ranch Lake Libraries, 25% capacity, restrictions apply
▪️Playgrounds, park restrooms, outdoor basketball courts, and youth sports fields, with restrictions

Water parks & splash parks are not allowed to open per Abbott’s orders, so the Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex, as well as Oak Hills and W.J. Thomas Splash Parks are currently closed. The City is evaluating options for if or when those facilities will be allowed to open this summer.

All City events through the end of June have been moved to socially distanced or virtual formats. Visit cityofcarrollton.com/events for more details.

▪️July 4 Community Fireworks Display will not be held at Josey Ranch Lake as it has been in past years, but the City is evaluating alternatives to hold the display in another location that would best allow for social distancing.
▪️The City has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s 11th annual Festival at the Switchyard on Saturday, November 7. While the event was not scheduled to occur until the fall, planning for the event takes a full year, and due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent budget concerns, it would not be wise to spend resources on an event that typically draws more than 40,000 people within a tightly confined site map, and therefore may not be safe to hold.

Emergency services continue to be uninterrupted. The Carrollton Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments are fully operational and have protocols in place to protect first responders so they can continue to serve the City of Carrollton.

Virtual services are still strongly encouraged & remain available 24/7.

For more details about City facility access, events, and more, visit: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3844/27

Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day.  While we can not join together to pay tribute to the local, state, and federal pe...
05/15/2020

Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day.

While we can not join together to pay tribute to the local, state, and federal peace officers who have died in the line of duty this year, please take a moment to join us in remembering them.

Texas Peace Officer Line of Duty Deaths
May 15, 2019 - May 15, 2020

Police Officer Albert Ramirez Castaneda, Jr.
Grand Prairie Police Department, TX
EOW: Friday, June 7, 2019
Cause of Death: Struck by vehicle

Sergeant David Jones Fitzpatrick
The Colony Police Department, TX
EOW: Monday, June 10, 2019
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Corporal Jose Luis "Speedy" Espericueta, Jr.
Mission Police Department, TX
EOW: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Deputy Sheriff Carlos Aaron Ramirez
Kendall County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Cause of Death: Struck by vehicle

Deputy Sheriff Jose Luis Blancarte
Kinney County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Friday, August 23, 2019
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Trooper Moises Sanchez
Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Highway Patrol, TX
EOW: Saturday, August 24, 2019
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Deputy Sheriff Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal
Harris County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Friday, September 27, 2019
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Deputy Sheriff Matthew Ryan Jones
Falls County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Friday, October 11, 2019
Cause of Death: Struck by vehicle

Sergeant Christopher Charles Lewis Brewster
Houston Police Department, TX
EOW: Saturday, December 7, 2019
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Sergeant Kaila Marie Sullivan
Nassau Bay Police Department, TX
EOW: Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Cause of Death: Vehicular assault

Police Officer Jose Humberto Meza
Burnet Police Department, TX
EOW: Friday, December 20, 2019
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Deputy Sheriff Bryan Charles Pfluger
San Jacinto County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Saturday, December 21, 2019
Cause of Death: Automobile crash

Detective Clifton John Martinez
San Antonio Independent School District Police Department, TX
EOW: Saturday, December 21, 2019
Cause of Death: Vehicular assault

Deputy Sheriff William Christopher Dickerson
Panola County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Police Officer Nicholas Lee Reyna
Lubbock Police Department, TX
EOW: Saturday, January 11, 2020
Cause of Death: Struck by vehicle

Police Officer Alan Daniel McCollum
Corpus Christi Police Department, TX
EOW: Friday, January 31, 2020
Cause of Death: Vehicular assault

Deputy Sheriff Richard Edward Whitten
Liberty County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Monday, February 3, 2020
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Senior Deputy Christopher Scott Korzilius
Travis County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Cause of Death: Automobile crash

Corrections Officer IV Amanda L. De Leon
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Friday, March 20, 2020
Cause of Death: Automobile crash

Sheriff Kirk A. Coker
Hutchinson County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Sunday, March 29, 2020
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Corrections Officer IV Kelvin D. Wilcher
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Monday, April 6, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Police Officer Justin Putnam
San Marcos Police Department, TX
EOW: Saturday, April 18, 2020
Cause of Death: Gunfire

Corrections Officer V Jonathon Keith Goodman
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Chaplain II Akbar N. Shabazz
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Thursday, April 23, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Corrections Officer Coy D. Coffman, Jr.
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Sunday, April 26, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Deputy Sheriff John Andrew Rhoden
Bell County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Sunday, April 26, 2020
Cause of Death: Struck by vehicle

Corrections Officer V James D. Coleman
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Detention Deputy Timothy De La Fuente
Bexar County Sheriff's Office, TX
EOW: Thursday, April 30, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Police Officer Jason Knox
Houston Police Department, TX
EOW: Saturday, May 2, 2020
Cause of Death: Aircraft accident

Sergeant Lionel Q. Martinez
Alamo Colleges Police Department, TX
EOW: Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Cause of Death: Heart attack

Corrections Officer V Jesse Wayne Bolton
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Friday, May 8, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Corrections Officer V Maria Mendez
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, TX
EOW: Saturday, May 9, 2020
Cause of Death: Duty related illness

Nemo me impune lacessit.

05/13/2020

Fence, schmence. K9 Riggs is ready to go to work!

In the last two months, our junior K9 has caught a violent felon, robbery suspect, and a family violence suspect. When he wasn't busy jumping, that is.

For those keeping track, today is Thursday, May 7, 2020.Hang in there Carrollton!
05/07/2020

For those keeping track, today is Thursday, May 7, 2020.

Hang in there Carrollton!

05/06/2020

Thank you U.S. Navy Blue Angels for honoring DFW healthcare heroes.

Carrollton, TX - City Government
04/30/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

In accordance with the Governor's Report to Reopen Texas and most recent executive orders, the City will begin the process of reopening a number of City facilities Monday, May 4.

In addition to practicing social distancing and adherence to good hygiene, rules and restrictions will apply for employees, visitors, and patrons.

The City is committed to maintaining continuity of government services while taking measures to help keep citizens and City employees safe. Details: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3844/27

Carrollton, TX - City Government
04/28/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

UPDATE: 4/28/20 - Gov. Abbott issued an executive order yesterday stating that the following businesses may reopen on Friday, May 1 at a reduced occupancy of no more than 25%: retail stores, malls, movie theaters, restaurants, non-interactive museums, and libraries. Other restrictions apply.

Updated travel restrictions, as well as rules for all hospitals in Texas to reserve at least 15% capacity to treat COVID-19 patients, were also added. The executive order remains in effect through Friday, May 15, with more businesses being allowed to open in a second phase of the process as early as Monday, May 18 should Texas show progress in continuing to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The City of Carrollton is evaluating options and establishing procedures for reopening its facilities in the safest manner possible in accordance with Abbott’s orders. Further information will be provided later this week. For more details, click here: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3844/27

We and Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue are grateful for a community that supports its first responders.We are also grateful...
04/27/2020

We and Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue are grateful for a community that supports its first responders.

We are also grateful to be gainfully employed serving that community.

We thought that rather than so generously feeding us, why not donate to Metrocrest Services instead? Food pantry demand is up 400% or more right now, and the good folks at Metrocrest could use all our support.

Visit www.metrocrestservices.org to make an online cash donation or to learn more about making a food donation.

Thank you Sam Pack's Five Star Ford in Carrollton and Hint Water for diverting your kind donation for CPD to Metrocrest instead.

It's not a party until....
04/27/2020

It's not a party until....

Things can get rowdy here at Emerson some times.🎉
We had another outdoor concert and the police were called by a neighbor because of a "party" taking place.

Needless to say nobody was arrested and the officer told us we could carry on.

04/25/2020

UPDATE 3:41 p.m. | Highway now clear.

TRAFFIC ALERT | Major crash NB IH35E on Belt Line overpass. All NB lanes must exit at Crosby. #DFWTraffic

Carrollton, TX - City Government
04/22/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

UPDATE: 4-21-20 - Carrollton City Council unanimously voted at tonight’s Council meeting to expire the existing City ordinance effective Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at 12:01 am. The Disaster Declaration remains in place through Tuesday, May 12.

Residents and businesses will continue to operate under the orders and jurisdiction of the County they reside in, as well as all statewide orders issued by Gov. Abbott.

For more details, click here: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3844/27

ALL the feels.Grateful. Thankful. Appreciative.  Yep, we're feeling all of it.Thank you for the many generous donations ...
04/20/2020

ALL the feels.

Grateful. Thankful. Appreciative. Yep, we're feeling all of it.

Thank you for the many generous donations of personal protection equipment. It keeps us safe, so we can keep you safe. We are grateful for the many donations and kind gestures of support during this crisis.

To our brothers and sisters of San Marcos PD, our hearts are heavy and prayers are with you.
04/19/2020

To our brothers and sisters of San Marcos PD, our hearts are heavy and prayers are with you.

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