Dallas Marshal's Office

Dallas Marshal's Office Law Enforcement Agency for the City of Dallas

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There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in you...
03/07/2020

There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in your roll cart. After they have been used, they become Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). The most common types of HHW are Batteries, Oil, Paint and Antifreeze (BOPA).

The next BOPA event will be at:
P.L. Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Branch Library
2008 East Kiest Blvd,
Dallas, TX 75216
March 14th, 2020 (8am to 11am)

This BOPA Mobile only accepts:

Batteries
Oil (motor oil & oil filters)
Paint (latex)
Antifreeze

Restrictions: The BOPA mobile will only accept BOPA. The maximum amount of material (excluding batteries) that can be dropped off per household per day is 25 gallons. Containers larger than a 5-gallon size will NOT be accepted. The maximum amount of batteries that can be dropped off per household per day is 50 pounds. Palletized batteries will NOT be accepted. This service is for residents ONLY. Any material from businesses will NOT be accepted.

To drop off at the BOPA Mobile, you must show proof that you live in a Dallas County HHW member city. Proof includes a driver's license or utility bill showing your name and address.

Residents who sign a waiver can get free household cleaning products that have been donated for reuse, while supplies last. Green Home booklets with Do-It-Yourself cleaning recipes are also available.

#DallasZeroWaste

New designs for Texas Drivers Licensees and ID cards unveiled
02/29/2020
New designs for Texas Drivers License and ID cards unveiled

New designs for Texas Drivers Licensees and ID cards unveiled

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Department of Public Safety unveiled a new design for Texas Drivers Licenses on Thursday. According to DPS, they began issuing the newly designed licenses February 24. The…

The Dallas Municipal Court is hosting a series of pop-up courts today.  10a.m. - 1p.m.You still have time to come out an...
02/23/2020

The Dallas Municipal Court is hosting a series of pop-up courts today. 10a.m. - 1p.m.

You still have time to come out and speak with The Dallas Municipal Court.

02/22/2020
There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in you...
02/06/2020

There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in your roll cart. After they have been used, they become Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). The most common types of HHW are Batteries, Oil, Paint and Antifreeze (BOPA).

The next BOPA event will be at:
North Oak Cliff Branch Library
•302 West Tenth St, Dallas, TX 75208
•February 8th 2020 (8 a.m. to 11 a.m.)

This BOPA Mobile only accepts:
Batteries
Oil (motor oil & oil filters)
Paint (latex)
Antifreeze

Restrictions: The BOPA mobile will only accept BOPA. The maximum amount of material (excluding batteries) that can be dropped off per household per day is 25 gallons. Containers larger than a 5-gallon size will NOT be accepted. The maximum amount of batteries that can be dropped off per household per day is 50 pounds. Palletized batteries will NOT be accepted. This service is for residents ONLY. Any material from businesses will NOT be accepted.

To drop off at the BOPA Mobile, you must show proof that you live in a Dallas County HHW member city. Proof includes a driver's license or utility bill showing your name and address.

Residents who sign a waiver can get free household cleaning products that have been donated for reuse, while supplies last. Green Home bookletswith Do-It-Yourself cleaning recipes are also available.

#DallasZeroWaste

Dallas Marshal's Office
02/03/2020

Dallas Marshal's Office

Shooting Investigation 4210 W. Camp Wisdom Road
01/12/2020
Shooting Investigation 4210 W. Camp Wisdom Road

Shooting Investigation 4210 W. Camp Wisdom Road

On January 11, 2020, at approximately 5:45 p.m., Dallas Police responded to a shooting call at the shopping center at 4210 W Camp Wisdom Rd. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the vict…

Happy New Year!
01/01/2020

Happy New Year!

12/25/2019
12/25/2019
The Marshals Thanksgiving feast!
12/07/2019

The Marshals Thanksgiving feast!

11/28/2019
11/23/2019

Sending thoughts and prayers to our @detroitpolice Blue family, who are mourning the loss of one of their own.

Dallas Marshal's Office
11/20/2019

Dallas Marshal's Office

Dallas Marshal's Office
11/20/2019

Dallas Marshal's Office

Dallas Marshal's Office
11/20/2019

Dallas Marshal's Office

Thank you to those who have served. Happy Veterans Day!
11/11/2019

Thank you to those who have served. Happy Veterans Day!

There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in you...
11/08/2019

There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in your roll cart. After they have been used, they become Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). The most common types of HHW are Batteries, Oil, Paint and Antifreeze (BOPA). You can drop off these four types of HHW at this BOPA event at Mountain Creek Branch Library.

There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in you...
11/07/2019

There are some items in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should never be placed in your roll cart. After they have been used, they become Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). The most common types of HHW are Batteries, Oil, Paint and Antifreeze (BOPA). You can drop off these four types of HHW at this BOPA event at Mountain Creek Branch Library.

11/07/2019
Dallas Zero Waste
10/31/2019

Dallas Zero Waste

Update for Storm Debris Collection in Dallas:

• Brush and bulk service will resume for week 3 and 4 customers on Monday, Nov. 4.

• All other customers should place brush/bulk out according to the normal schedule; however, collection will likely be delayed through November.

Dallas Marshal's Office's cover photo
10/04/2019

Dallas Marshal's Office's cover photo

Come out and say hi
09/14/2019

Come out and say hi

#neverforget
09/11/2019

#neverforget

09/06/2019

Between the months of July and August 2019, an unknown suspect had been dumping at a chronic dumpsite at least 5 times. Our Environmental Crimes Unit conducted an operation and was ultimately able to capture and identify the suspect on video committing said offenses. This information ultimately led to 3 felony illegal dumping and 2 misdemeanor illegal dumping warrants for his arrest to be issued. The suspect was found and arrested on September 3, 2019 by Deputy Marshals for the 5 charges.


We encourage citizens throughout Dallas to continue reporting environmental crimes and illegal dumping at 9-1-1 (when in progress) or 3-1-1 for existing environmental offenses or to contact The North Texas Crime Stoppers at 877 373 TIPS (8477) for a reward of up to $1,500.

07/07/2019
Changes in bulk and brush schedule for Dallas residents - Dallas City News
06/20/2019
Changes in bulk and brush schedule for Dallas residents - Dallas City News

Changes in bulk and brush schedule for Dallas residents - Dallas City News

Storm debris collection following June storms As a result of heavy storms in June, the City of Dallas’ Sanitation Services is asking residents to limit brush/bulk set-outs to storm debris only for the remainder of the month. Additionally, normal Brush and Bulk Service will be suspended in July so ...

Grand Prairie Police
06/09/2019

Grand Prairie Police

The candlelight vigil will begin at 8:30 to honor Officer A.J. Castaneda. We look forward to seeing you here. #AJCastaneda

Grand Prairie Police
06/09/2019

Grand Prairie Police

You are invited to join us Sunday evening, June 9th at the Grand Prairie Police Department for a Candlelight Vigil honoring Grand Prairie Police Officer A.J. Castaneda. The vigil begins at 8:30 p.m. in front of the Public Safety Building located at 1525 Arkansas Lane. Thank you💙

‪Our deepest condolences extend to the family and fellow officers of Grand Prairie Police Officer AJ Castaneda.  Rest In...
06/07/2019

‪Our deepest condolences extend to the family and fellow officers of Grand Prairie Police Officer AJ Castaneda. Rest In Peace, we have the watch from here. ⚫️⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️⚫️. 💙🇺🇸‬

The Dallas Marshal's Office would like to Thank and Honor the memory of those service members and their families who hav...
05/27/2019

The Dallas Marshal's Office would like to Thank and Honor the memory of those service members and their families who have sacrificed to protect the freedom we enjoy.#neverforget

May 12-18 is Police Week. Police Week is a national observance that pays tribute to law enforcement that have been kille...
05/15/2019

May 12-18 is Police Week. Police Week is a national observance that pays tribute to law enforcement that have been killed, injured, or disabled in the line of duty, with the formal memorial day on May 15. In 2019, 42 law enforcement officials have died in the line of duty. Even more have been injured.

We are incredibly humbled by the work that officers across all agencies put in every day and this week, we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Happy Mother’s Day to all our mothers.  May your day be filled with joy and love today.
05/12/2019

Happy Mother’s Day to all our mothers. May your day be filled with joy and love today.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT#TRASHTAGDALLASCHALLENGEDALLAS REGIONAL CHAMBER ANDKEEP DALLAS BEAUTIFULINVITE YOU TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE...
05/10/2019

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

#TRASHTAGDALLAS
CHALLENGE

DALLAS REGIONAL CHAMBER
AND
KEEP DALLAS BEAUTIFUL
INVITE YOU TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Here’s what you do:
1. Grab gloves and a garbage bag
2. Step outside on May 10th from 2:30-4
3. Find a place to cleanup (shouldn’t be hard to do)
4. Take a picture of the spot before you clean
5. Clean it up
6. Take a picture of the spot after you clean
7. Post it to FB, Twitter & Instagram with #trashtagdallas (make sure you tag @keepdallasbeautiful.net)
8. Feel good about what you did
If you can’t post it, send us the pics and we’ll post it for you ([email protected])

This is a special week, designated by Presidential Proclamation in 1984 as National Correctional Officers Week. We recog...
05/06/2019

This is a special week, designated by Presidential Proclamation in 1984 as National Correctional Officers Week.

We recognize the important and critical role our Dallas Marshal’s Office Detention Team members play each day. You have a difficult and tedious job that not many would do. Thank you for your dedication and service.

The Dallas Marshal's Office is glad to say that an arrest has been made.  Thank you to the many citizens that helped.
04/30/2019

The Dallas Marshal's Office is glad to say that an arrest has been made.

Thank you to the many citizens that helped.

City of Dallas Office of Emergency Management
04/17/2019

City of Dallas Office of Emergency Management

We have the potential for storms during the evening commute. If you're driving in rain, keep extra space between cars, have your lights on, and slow down. If you start to slide don't brake hard. In severe weather, get off the road and indoors to safety.

The Dallas Marshal's Office is searching for a person of interest in the injury of a dog that was dumped Sunday in east ...
04/05/2019
Officials looking for person of interest after dog dumped in east Oak Cliff

The Dallas Marshal's Office is searching for a person of interest in the injury of a dog that was dumped Sunday in east Oak Cliff.

The person of interest is seen in the video about 8:20 a.m. stopping a car in the 4200 block of Bailey Avenue. The man pulls the dog — a pitbull or pit mix — out of the passenger seat and drives away.

City Marshal Gary Lindsey said officials want to speak with the man in the video to learn what led up to him taking the dog to Bailey Avenue.

The man was driving a black Nissan car with a "distinctive" aftermarket body kit with red trim, officials said.

Anyone with information about the man or the car may email the Dallas Marshal's Office environmental crimes unit at [email protected]. Anonymous tips may be made by calling Crime Stoppers at 877-373-8477. A reward of up to $1,500 has been offered for information leading to an arrest.

The Dallas Marshal's Office is searching for a person of interest in the injury of a dog that was dumped Sunday in east Oak Cliff. The person of...

Text-to-9-1-1 now available in Dallas - Dallas City News
04/02/2019
Text-to-9-1-1 now available in Dallas - Dallas City News

Text-to-9-1-1 now available in Dallas - Dallas City News

In an emergency, calling 9-1-1 is the first step to contacting first responders. Now, Dallas residents can also send a text message to 9-1-1 – this service can be life-saving for those unable to speak to due to a physical impairment, or someone in a situation where talking could put them in danger...

Please be advised, the City of Dallas’ 311 Salesforce CRM System will be down for scheduled data migration for approxima...
03/27/2019

Please be advised, the City of Dallas’ 311 Salesforce CRM System will be down for scheduled data migration for approximately 48 hours this weekend. Beginning at 6:00 pm on Friday, March 29th through Sunday, March 31st the 311 Salesforce CRM System, 311's online Service Request portal, and the OurDallas mobile app WILL NOT be available for use. Please note, 311 will have agents in the Call Center assisting citizens with service requests and dispatching various services for Departments as needed, as normal. Access is expected to be restored around 5:00 pm on Sunday, March 31st.

The City of Dallas’ 311 Salesforce CRM System will be down for scheduled data migration for approximately 48 hours this weekend. Beginning at 6:00 pm on Friday, March 29th through Sunday, March 31st the 311 Salesforce CRM System, 311's online Service Request portal, and the OurDallas mobile app WILL NOT be available for use.

311 will have agents in the Call Center assisting citizens with service requests and dispatching various services for Departments as needed, as normal. Access is expected to be restored around 5:00 pm on Sunday, March 31st.

Rest In Peace Brother, we have the watch from here.Prayers to both his Family and his brothers and sisters in blue.⚫️⚫️⚫...
03/25/2019

Rest In Peace Brother, we have the watch from here.

Prayers to both his Family and his brothers and sisters in blue.

⚫️⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️⚫️🇺🇸🙏🏼

It is with great sadness that we share with you the passing of our brother Deputy Peter Herrera. Deputy Herrera was shot in the early hours of Friday, March 22,2019, while conducting a traffic stop in San Elizario, Texas.
On Sunday, March 24, 2019, Deputy Herrera was called by our Savior.
We ask for your continued prayers and support for Deputy Herrera, his wife, his family and friends during their time of need.
Deputy Peter Herrera #4928- End of Watch - March 24, 2019

Please keep Officer Nathan Heidelberg's family and the Midland Police Department family in your thoughts and prayers.
03/06/2019

Please keep Officer Nathan Heidelberg's family and the Midland Police Department family in your thoughts and prayers.

"It is with the utmost sorrow that we acknowledge the passing of our family member. Officer Nathan Heidelberg, a five-year veteran of the Midland Police Department, represented the best in all of us. He was courageous, selfless, ethical and professional. Nathan treated others with respect, regardless of their demeanor or actions. He was a tireless public servant who devoted every ounce of energy to this profession, the citizens and his fellow officers. We have lost not only a great officer, but a loving brother and the most positive example of what we should all aspire to be. I wish I was more like Nathan." - Chief of Police Seth Herman

The Dallas Marshal’s Office warrant round has begun!You still have time to take care of your tickets and avoid being arr...
03/02/2019

The Dallas Marshal’s Office warrant round has begun!

You still have time to take care of your tickets and avoid being arrested.

Pay in Person
Dallas Municipal Court Dallas Marshal’s Office
2014 Main Street, 1st Floor 1600 Chestnut St.
Dallas, TX 75201 Dallas, TX 75226
*Open 24/7; Full payments Only*

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Pay by phone with a Debit Card or Credit Card. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Call 1-833-256-5997 to speak to a representative from GovPayNet.

Customer service representatives are available 24/7, including weekends and holidays and Spanish speaking representatives are available. (Agentes de Servicio que hablan español están disponibles para servirle.)


A convenience fee will be charged for each transaction. Individuals who wish to avoid this fee may handle their case by mail, in-person with the Municipal Court at 2014 Main St. or the Marshal’s Office at 1600 Chestnut St.

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1600 Chestnut St
Dallas, TX
75226

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To make a Compliment or Complaint: Call 214.670.3041, send an email to [email protected] or write Professional Standards at 1600 Chestnut St., Dallas, TX 75226.

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SO I AM WONDERING WHY I HAVE A DALLAS MARSHAL CONTACTING ME OF FACEBOOK TRY TO DOX'X ME AN TRY TO INTEMADTE ME AND WHAT I WOULD CONSIDER THREATENING ME AND THEN HAVE THE NERVE TO BRING MY FAMILY IN TO IT. I HAVE NEVER EVEN MEET NOR TALKED TO THIS MAN BEFORE IN MY LIFE. IF THIS IS THE WAY YALL DO IT IN TEXAS I FEEL SORRY FOR THE PEOPLE THERE. I AM IN A HOLE DIFFERENT STATE. HERE ARE A FEW SCREENSHOTS SHOT TO SHOW YOU AND I WILL BE GETING TRY TO GET IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE DEPARTMENT.
I would like to say thank you to officer Jones she arrested me on 6 warrants late Wednesday. But she was nice and understanding Thank you for helping me.
What is the department doing about all the dead dogs on Downy Ferry road. Do you work this case, so many dead animals?
Why won’t you allow posts?
Have a nice day you terrorist
How is it possible for one organisation to employ some many inept idiots?
Do YOU have my son in YOUR custody?? His name is Quindric Carter, DOB 07/24/1985. He was arrested at his work plane today. You people showed and and DREW DOWN ON HIM like he was a hardened criminal! He is a GOOD SON & does not get into trouble like the average black male his age. Please let him cal home. It's been 4-5 hours since his arrest. I'm sure it doesn't take that long to book him, unless YOU have another BLACK MALE you plan to ABUSE. I really pray that you have NOT HURT my SON. #VeryWorriedMom
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