Dallas Police Department - Southwest Division

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Lock it or lose it! #WatchYourCar
05/25/2021

Lock it or lose it! #WatchYourCar

Lock it or lose it! #WatchYourCar

Prevent being a victim of a crime, make sure your doors and windows are locked. Always use your peephole when answering ...
05/21/2021

Prevent being a victim of a crime, make sure your doors and windows are locked. Always use your peephole when answering your door. Don't open the door for anyone you don't know. #CrimePrevention #SafetyFirst

Prevent being a victim of a crime, make sure your doors and windows are locked. Always use your peephole when answering your door. Don't open the door for anyone you don't know. #CrimePrevention #SafetyFirst

Stay connected! Report suspicious activity on #iWatchDallas or get help with city services on #OurDallas. Download the a...
05/20/2021

Stay connected! Report suspicious activity on #iWatchDallas or get help with city services on #OurDallas. Download the apps today!

Stay connected! Report suspicious activity on #iWatchDallas or get help with city services on #OurDallas. Download the apps today!

05/18/2021

DORS is the department’s online reporting system. To file a police report online, go to www.dallaspolice.net.

Prevent auto theft. Hide your things, Lock your car, and Take your keys. If you see suspicious activity, call 911. #Prev...
05/06/2021

Prevent auto theft. Hide your things, Lock your car, and Take your keys. If you see suspicious activity, call 911. #PreventAutoTheft

Prevent auto theft. Hide your things, Lock your car, and Take your keys. If you see suspicious activity, call 911. #PreventAutoTheft

The Dallas Police Department would like to thank all nurses around the world for their selfless sacrifices. #NursesWeek
05/06/2021

The Dallas Police Department would like to thank all nurses around the world for their selfless sacrifices. #NursesWeek

The Dallas Police Department would like to thank all nurses around the world for their selfless sacrifices. #NursesWeek

Happy Cinco de Mayo from the Dallas Police Department! #CincodeMayo
05/05/2021

Happy Cinco de Mayo from the Dallas Police Department! #CincodeMayo

Happy Cinco de Mayo from the Dallas Police Department! #CincodeMayo

Happy #NationalFirefightersDay to all the courageous firefighters in the nation! We especially thank Dallas Fire-Rescue ...
05/04/2021

Happy #NationalFirefightersDay to all the courageous firefighters in the nation! We especially thank Dallas Fire-Rescue for all they do! Thank you for all your hard work!

Happy #NationalFirefightersDay to all the courageous firefighters in the nation! We especially thank Dallas Fire-Rescue for all they do! Thank you for all your hard work!

Gun Safety Tips. For safety tips parents and caregivers can follow to prevent gun-related tragedies click on the below l...
04/30/2021
Gun Safety Tips from Safe Kids Worldwide

Gun Safety Tips. For safety tips parents and caregivers can follow to prevent gun-related tragedies click on the below link.

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According to SafeKids.org, children as young as three-years-old may be strong enough to pull the trigger of a handgun. Three out of four children living in a house with a gun know where the gun is,…

Don't leave vehicles unattended. The Dallas Police Department has seen a slight uptick in vehicles being left running an...
04/30/2021
PSA – Leaving Vehicles Running while Unattended

Don't leave vehicles unattended. The Dallas Police Department has seen a slight uptick in vehicles being left running and unattended....Click on the link to read more.
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The Dallas Police Department wants to remind citizens of the dangers of leaving vehicles running while unattended. Recently, the Dallas Police Department has seen a slight uptick in vehicles being …

Be sure to pack important documents when leaving a domestic violence situation. See below for a list. #DomesticViolenceA...
04/30/2021

Be sure to pack important documents when leaving a domestic violence situation. See below for a list. #DomesticViolenceAwareness

Be sure to pack important documents when leaving a domestic violence situation. See below for a list. #DomesticViolenceAwareness

Help reduce vehicle thefts. LOCK your car. TAKE your keys. HIDE your stuff. #LockTakeHide
04/29/2021

Help reduce vehicle thefts. LOCK your car. TAKE your keys. HIDE your stuff. #LockTakeHide

Help reduce vehicle thefts. LOCK your car. TAKE your keys. HIDE your stuff. #LockTakeHide

Reminder: The deadline to apply for the Dallas Junior Police Academy Scholarship is due tomorrow by 11:59pm. #Scholarshi...
04/29/2021

Reminder: The deadline to apply for the Dallas Junior Police Academy Scholarship is due tomorrow by 11:59pm. #Scholarship

04/28/2021

#iWatchDallas Help us keep Dallas safe. If you see something, say something.

If you see something, say something. If you suspect child abuse, report it by calling the National Hotline: 1-800-252-54...
04/28/2021

If you see something, say something. If you suspect child abuse, report it by calling the National Hotline: 1-800-252-5400. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth

If you see something, say something. If you suspect child abuse, report it by calling the National Hotline: 1-800-252-5400. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth

Don’t miss the deadline! It’s approaching fast! Take advantage of this #scholarship opportunity! Get your application in...
04/27/2021

Don’t miss the deadline! It’s approaching fast! Take advantage of this #scholarship opportunity! Get your application in today! #ScholarshipOppurtunity

Love should not hurt. There are several resources available. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. #DomesticViolence...
04/27/2021

Love should not hurt. There are several resources available. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. #DomesticViolenceAwareness.

Love should not hurt. There are several resources available. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. #DomesticViolenceAwareness.

DEA National Drug Take Back is this Saturday, April 24th from 10AM to 2PM. Make sure you gather your expired, unused, an...
04/24/2021

DEA National Drug Take Back is this Saturday, April 24th from 10AM to 2PM. Make sure you gather your expired, unused, and unwanted medications and bring it to a collection site near you!

04/23/2021

Did you know, some police reports can be done online? DORS is the Dallas Police Department’s online reporting system. #DORS

If you see something, say something. If you know of a child being abuse, don't be afraid to report it. Call the Texas Ab...
04/23/2021

If you see something, say something. If you know of a child being abuse, don't be afraid to report it. Call the Texas Abuse Hotline at 1-800-252-5400. If the child is in immediate danger, call 911. #ChildAbuseAwarenessMonth

If you see something, say something. If you know of a child being abuse, don't be afraid to report it. Call the Texas Abuse Hotline at 1-800-252-5400. If the child is in immediate danger, call 911. #ChildAbuseAwarenessMonth

04/22/2021

iWatch Dallas, If You See Something, Say Something. Download the #iWatchDallas app today. #TogetherWeCanMakeTheChange

Love shouldn't hurt. If you are a victim of #DomesticViolence or know someone who is, call the National Domestic Violenc...
04/22/2021

Love shouldn't hurt. If you are a victim of #DomesticViolence or know someone who is, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Love shouldn't hurt. If you are a victim of #DomesticViolence or know someone who is, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Ms. Newton was last seen in the Oak Cliff area. Please contact 9-1-1 or (214) 671-4268 if located.
04/20/2021
Critical Missing – Ollie Post Newton

Ms. Newton was last seen in the Oak Cliff area. Please contact 9-1-1 or (214) 671-4268 if located.

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the above individual, Ms. Ollie Post Newton. She may be in need of assistance. Ms. Newton is described as a 74-year-o…

In a split second, everything can change. Keep your eyes (and your mind) on the road. Don’t text and drive. #DistractedD...
04/20/2021

In a split second, everything can change. Keep your eyes (and your mind) on the road. Don’t text and drive. #DistractedDrivingAwarenessMonth

In a split second, everything can change. Keep your eyes (and your mind) on the road. Don’t text and drive. #DistractedDrivingAwarenessMonth

Submitting a tip is as easy as uploading a picture to your favorite social media app. #iWatchDallas
04/19/2021

Submitting a tip is as easy as uploading a picture to your favorite social media app. #iWatchDallas

Submitting a tip is as easy as uploading a picture to your favorite social media app. #iWatchDallas

The first step to preventing child abuse is understanding what it is about and how it affects children. Children lack th...
04/16/2021

The first step to preventing child abuse is understanding what it is about and how it affects children. Children lack the courage and strength to come forward. If your child comes forward, report the abuse. #ChildAbuseAwarnessMonth

The first step to preventing child abuse is understanding what it is about and how it affects children. Children lack the courage and strength to come forward. If your child comes forward, report the abuse. #ChildAbuseAwarnessMonth

Talk to your child. Let them know it's okay to talk to you. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth
04/16/2021

Talk to your child. Let them know it's okay to talk to you. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth

Talk to your child. Let them know it's okay to talk to you. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth

When you make the decision to leave, have a plan. If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. #DomesticViolenceHurtsEver...
04/15/2021

When you make the decision to leave, have a plan. If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. #DomesticViolenceHurtsEveryone #DomesticViolence

When you make the decision to leave, have a plan. If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. #DomesticViolenceHurtsEveryone #DomesticViolence

iWatch Dallas, If You See Something, Say Something. Download the #iWatchDallas app today. #TogetherWeCanMakeTheChange
04/15/2021

iWatch Dallas, If You See Something, Say Something. Download the #iWatchDallas app today. #TogetherWeCanMakeTheChange

iWatch Dallas, If You See Something, Say Something. Download the #iWatchDallas app today. #TogetherWeCanMakeTheChange

Lock it or Lose it! Prevent auto thefts by locking your vehicles, taking your keys, or hiding your belongings. #LockTake...
04/15/2021

Lock it or Lose it! Prevent auto thefts by locking your vehicles, taking your keys, or hiding your belongings. #LockTakeHide

Lock it or Lose it! Prevent auto thefts by locking your vehicles, taking your keys, or hiding your belongings. #LockTakeHide

We appreciate all of our telecommunicators! Thank you for all that you do! #NationalTelecommunicatorsWeek
04/14/2021

We appreciate all of our telecommunicators! Thank you for all that you do! #NationalTelecommunicatorsWeek

We appreciate all of our telecommunicators! Thank you for all that you do! #NationalTelecommunicatorsWeek

You may not be able to make the call, so trust a neighbor. Ask them to call for help if they hear a disturbance. #Domest...
04/14/2021

You may not be able to make the call, so trust a neighbor. Ask them to call for help if they hear a disturbance. #DomesticViolenceHurtsEveryone

You may not be able to make the call, so trust a neighbor. Ask them to call for help if they hear a disturbance. #DomesticViolenceHurtsEveryone

04/14/2021

DORS: Dallas Online Reporting. We would like to remind everyone that there are some reports that can be submitted online/24 hours per day.

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    We want to thank each and every Dallas Police Officer! My little girl is amazing and wants to be a Dallas Police officer when ahe grow up! Today was just beyond a amazing experience for her! We love each and everyone of you! God Bless!
    Was there a shooting today in Oak Cliff?
    Thank you for your service back the blue
    Thank you to all of the officers that could make my baby brothers day special💜 Mary Beto Villalpando
    Thank you so much to all the officers who made my sons 5th birthday special today. Can not thank you enough
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    DPD :: I went to you first about the truck issue long before it became a point of contention. I informed you that there was a dispute over the reason why I was paying for a stolen truck. I asked for assistance because I had no reason to steal a truck. I used my insurance to procure a legally insured and registered truck. I did not pay any mind to the other truck, and the Police, came after the truck I had insured. Now, there's a bloody woman on television, complaining about a pair of men assaulting her, and she is definitely the subject not me. Okay DPD, if you would have listened to me, we would have better information about the black extended cab truck that these men were in. Oh, by the way, there is an extended cab truck next door at my Grandma's house, and I do not know who it is that lives there anymore, simply because I wasn't considered to have a valid complaint when I went to the Police in 1998. The mandate says I'm not to act anymore over my case, and yet the insurance I had wasn't honoured, and you want to block the road I'm driving on legally, and tell me what I'm making. Shame on you!
    This guy asked me what my problem was when I honked at him. Did I do something wrong?
    Thugs just stole neighbors truck. Been over an hour.. Police still not here. Yall suck
    My child had a wreck today around 6:45pm. A person hit her from the back and took off. She called the police -911 around 7pm and set There till 10:30 no officer never showed up. We called 911 dispatch 3 times for updates. The person said no officer picked up the call. Last time the mother calls 911 dispatch speaks to sgt. hartter he makes excuses about high priority calls, I’m like 3 hours sir no one could come. I pay taxes for no help and no protection. Southwest division is horrible. On zang and 35 at zang mart look to be a horrible area to wait in.
    Facebook help make this go viral. Time is of the essence. Takeyun Moore, age 21, has been missing since Sunday evening. He was last seen leaving work at Chili's in Mesquite, TX. His mother got a call from him @ 5:00 p.m. He hollered no and the call ended. Noone has had any contact with him since. His mom tracked his phone to his car in Kaufman County on Hwy 80 right after the Lawson Rd exit. His house keys and cell phone were found in the car. His car keys were missing. Takeyun never leaves his phone. His side mirror had been pushed in. Kaufman County police and family searched the woods unsuccessfully to find him. His car has since disappeared from the scene. We need your help to help bring Takeyun home safely. He is 5'7" about 150lbs, slender build. He was wearing a black/grey shirt and blue jeans. His car is a Black 2002 Honda Accord Coupe, license plate # MCN3280. If you have any information as to his whereabouts please contact Kaufman County police @ 9729324337, James Cole @ 3186170688, or his sister, Takiya Jenkins @ 2142988777.
    Officer Brian Jones came to our home this morning in response to our 911 call about a stolen firearm and cell phone. (FYI you must call 911 for stolen or lost fi****ms; you cannot do those reports on line). Since this happened on a late Saturday night we expected to wait several hours for a response. We certainly understood that our call was not urgent. I hate hearing people complain about response time. I actually felt bad having to call 911 on a Saturday when I knew they would be extremely busy. The 911 Operator was extremely pleasant and professional. Officer Jones was friendly, polite and understanding. He answered all our questions and took down our information carefully. He explained the process involved in our report. We could not have been more pleased or impressed with the entire process. Good work, Officer Jones and DPD. 👍👍