Dallas Police Department - Southwest Division

Dallas Police Department - Southwest Division Welcome to the Official Dallas Police Department Southwest Division page. We hope you will find some interesting and useful information.

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Mission: Dallas Police Department Mission Statement The Police Department, in serving the people of Dallas, strives to reduce crime and provide a safe city by; • Recognizing that its goal is to help people and provide assistance at every opportunity; • Providing preventive, investigative and enforcement services; • Increasing citizen satisfaction with public safety and obtaining community cooperation through the Department’s training, skills, and efforts; and • Realizing that the Police Department alone cannot control crime, but must act in concert with the community and the rest of the Criminal Justice System. In achieving this mission, the men and women of the Dallas Police Department will conduct themselves in an ethical manner. They will; • Respect and protect the rights of citizens as determined by the law; •Treat citizens and their fellow employees courteously and with the same amount of dignity with which they expect to be treated themselves; • Be examples of honesty and integrity in their professional and personal lives, thereby earning the public trust; • Perform their duties with the knowledge that protection of the lives and property of all citizens is their primary duty; and • Comply with the spirit and letter of the Code of Conduct

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Don't risk it! Illegal racing can cost lives, money and time! #StreetRacingKills
11/23/2020

Don't risk it! Illegal racing can cost lives, money and time! #StreetRacingKills

Are you ready for an exciting career that lets you serve your community? #AnswerTheCall Call 214-671-4409 or email dpdre...
11/21/2020

Are you ready for an exciting career that lets you serve your community? #AnswerTheCall Call 214-671-4409 or email [email protected].

Help reduce vehicle thefts. LOCK your car. TAKE your keys. HIDE your stuff. #LockTakeHide
11/21/2020

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

#StreetRacing is a crime and is dangerous. Illegal racing can cost lives, money, and time. We need your help in stopping...
11/21/2020

#StreetRacing is a crime and is dangerous. Illegal racing can cost lives, money, and time. We need your help in stopping this craze, do not participate, and call 911 for any emergencies related to street racing.

Submitting a tip is as easy as uploading a picture to your favorite social media app. #iWatchDallas
11/20/2020

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

Know the Symptoms. Should you develop symptoms, it is more likely you have a common cold or influenza (flu). Contact you...
11/20/2020

Know the Symptoms. Should you develop symptoms, it is more likely you have a common cold or influenza (flu). Contact your medical provider for additional guidance.

Face coverings help protects all of us. Wear a face covering whenever you're in a public place or where you can't be mor...
11/19/2020

Face coverings help protects all of us. Wear a face covering whenever you're in a public place or where you can't be more than 6 feet from others who don't live with you. It's a statewide requirement. http://dallascityhall.com/covid19

If you know of a location where criminal activity is occurring, you can report it through our iWatchDallas app. You can ...
11/18/2020

If you know of a location where criminal activity is occurring, you can report it through our iWatchDallas app. You can choose to remain anonymous. Remember, crime prevention is everybody’s business.

If you know of a location where criminal activity is occurring, you can report it through our iWatchDallas app. You can ...
11/18/2020

If you know of a location where criminal activity is occurring, you can report it through our iWatchDallas app. You can choose to remain anonymous. Remember, crime prevention is everybody’s business.

Homicide on Dallas Parkway. The Dallas Police Department asks for the public’s assistance regarding this murder and enco...
11/15/2020
Homicide on Dallas Parkway

Homicide on Dallas Parkway. The Dallas Police Department asks for the public’s assistance regarding this murder and encourages anyone with information to contact Detective Kimberly Mayfield, #6978, at 214-671-3646 or via email: [email protected]. Please refer to case number 199382-2020.

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On Saturday, November 7, 2020, at approximately 6:57 p.m., Dallas police responded to a shooting call at 18180 Dallas Parkway. Pedro Buena Sifuentes, a 24-year old Latin male, was found inside his …

It's #NationalSeatbeltDay! Remember to always buckle up, every trip, every seat, every time. A seatbelt is your vehicle’...
11/14/2020

It's #NationalSeatbeltDay! Remember to always buckle up, every trip, every seat, every time. A seatbelt is your vehicle’s most important safety feature. #BuckleUp

#HappyBirthdayMarines! Today marks the 245th Birthday of the U.S. Marines. Thank you for your service & sacrifice. #Semp...
11/10/2020

#HappyBirthdayMarines! Today marks the 245th Birthday of the U.S. Marines. Thank you for your service & sacrifice. #SemperFi #Marines

#SaveTheDate #Free Drive-thru event! Saturday, November 14, 2020. The Northeast Patrol Division Kids' Health & Safety Fa...
11/05/2020

#SaveTheDate #Free Drive-thru event! Saturday, November 14, 2020. The Northeast Patrol Division Kids' Health & Safety Fair.

Help reduce vehicle thefts. LOCK your car. TAKE your keys. HIDE your stuff. #LockTakeHide
11/04/2020

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

City of Dallas Website Maintenance   https://wp.me/p43x0e-bj4
11/04/2020
City of Dallas Website Maintenance

City of Dallas Website Maintenance

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The City of Dallas ITS department is conducting scheduled maintenance to the City’s websites. The affected sites will be down for scheduled maintenance on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, from 8 pm unt…

We would like to remind everyone that there are some reports that can be submitted online/24 hours per day. See below fo...
11/03/2020

We would like to remind everyone that there are some reports that can be submitted online/24 hours per day. See below for more information on Dallas Online Reporting.

Stay connected! Report suspicious activity on #iWatchDallas or get help with city services on #OurDallas. Download the a...
11/02/2020

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

October is  #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. Do not wait until #October to get screened. Early detection is the best chance ...
10/30/2020

October is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. Do not wait until #October to get screened. Early detection is the best chance to defeat cancer. Remember to examine yourself and get checked regularly. #BreastCancer

October may be #DomesticViolenceAwareness month, but no matter when, If You See Something, Say Something. Domestic viole...
10/30/2020

October may be #DomesticViolenceAwareness month, but no matter when, If You See Something, Say Something. Domestic violence hurts everyone. We're all in this together.

City of Dallas - City Hall Pride Flag unveiling was June 18, 2020.  #LBGTQhistory
10/30/2020

City of Dallas - City Hall Pride Flag unveiling was June 18, 2020. #LBGTQhistory

October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth !! Know the different types of abuse. Show your support by wearing the color ...
10/23/2020

October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth !! Know the different types of abuse. Show your support by wearing the color purple. Call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

We’re in this together to stop COVID-19.•  Get tested•  Wear a mask•  Wash your hands•  Avoid Crowds#StayOnGuard Dallas!
10/23/2020

We’re in this together to stop COVID-19.
• Get tested
• Wear a mask
• Wash your hands
• Avoid Crowds
#StayOnGuard Dallas!

#HalloweenSafety You should not participate in Halloween festivities in-person and should not give out candy to trick-or...
10/22/2020

#HalloweenSafety You should not participate in Halloween festivities in-person and should not give out candy to trick-or-treaters if you may have COVID-19 or you may have been exposed to someone with #COVID19.

Submitting a tip is as easy as uploading a picture to your favorite social media app. #iWatchDallas
10/22/2020

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

Continue celebrating LGBTQ History Month. Some of the amazing history and people from the Dallas LGBTQ community include...
10/22/2020

Continue celebrating LGBTQ History Month. Some of the amazing history and people from the Dallas LGBTQ community include Kathy Kozachenko. #LGBTQHistoryMonth

We would like to remind everyone that there are some reports that can be submitted online/24 hours per day. See below fo...
10/22/2020

We would like to remind everyone that there are some reports that can be submitted online/24 hours per day. See below for more information on Dallas Online Reporting.

October #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth! Make sure you check! This goes for men too! We fight together!
10/22/2020

October #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth! Make sure you check! This goes for men too! We fight together!

Join our team! Become a 9-1-1 Telecommunicator, #AnswerTheCall! #911
10/21/2020

Join our team! Become a 9-1-1 Telecommunicator, #AnswerTheCall! #911

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10/21/2020

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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 firearms; 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. 👍👍