Duncanville Police Department

Duncanville Police Department Duncanville, Texas Police Department

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The Duncanville Police Department would like to introduce our new patch design with the new Duncanville city logo recent...
06/17/2021

The Duncanville Police Department would like to introduce our new patch design with the new Duncanville city logo recently adopted.
#duncanvilletx #DuncanvillePD #policepatch #cityofchampions #duncanvillepolice #becomeachampion

The Duncanville Police Department would like to introduce our new patch design with the new Duncanville city logo recently adopted.
#duncanvilletx #DuncanvillePD #policepatch #cityofchampions #duncanvillepolice #becomeachampion

Duncanville Police Department is accepting applications for Volunteer Coordinator Position (part time).  Here is the lin...
06/03/2021

Duncanville Police Department is accepting applications for Volunteer Coordinator Position (part time). Here is the link to the City of Duncanville's website https://selfservice.duncanville.com/ess/employmentopportunities/default.aspx

JOB SUMMARY
This position will coordinate overall activities and training of all Duncanville Police Department
Volunteers and assist with Crime Prevention Officer and any assignment as directed to perform.
Have a working knowledge of computer programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop,
CorelDRAW and Publisher.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
• Coordinate with Officer in Charge for the participation of the Volunteers and Citizens on
Patrol projects and other special projects, (i.e., parades, high school events, 5k runs, etc.)
• Recruit, train, and direct the activities of our Citizens on Patrol (COP). This includes
organizing two training sessions per year following the Citizen Police Academy
graduation. Ordering COP equipment, uniforms and related items as needed for
volunteers. Maintaining all COP equipment, inventory and maintenance requests.
• Recruit and assist with organizing two Citizens Police Academy (CPA) classes each year;
one in the spring and one in the fall. Attend all classes and meetings and participate in
CPA Alumni Association program.
• Order participant’s uniforms, compile notebooks for eleven weeks of CPA class activities;
and assist with coordination of the CPA graduation banquet twice a year. (This includes
reserving a location for the banquet, catering services and obtaining special speaker for
the evening.)
• Be a liaison for the Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association and provide input and
guidance to their program.
• Maintain a log of volunteer hours served; primarily for Citizens on Patrol, Citizens Police
Academy Alumni Association and active Police Department Volunteers. Publish monthly
reports of volunteer hours (COP, CPA, etc.).
• Write a monthly newsletter outlining all volunteer activities and information on current and
future activities.
• Assist the organization of the annual COP & Volunteer Awards Program, to recognize
volunteers for their service, and present awards for total hours served.
• Provide volunteers for any and all Police Departments activities as requested by the
Department Officer in Charge. Participate in and support all activities that will “free up”
our Police Officers to concentrate on urgent law enforcement activities.
• Any and all assignments as requested by Crime Prevention Officer, Police Officer,
Administrative Assistance/Record Clerks, or Police Administration.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
• High School Diploma or GED certificate.
• Computer skills in Microsoft Office Applications (includes but not limited to Word, Excel,
Outlook and PowerPoint).
• Valid Texas driver’s license with a good driving record.
• Office assistant experience preferred with strong organizational skills.
• The work week will consist of 20 hours a week. Normal hours will be 10am – 2pm, Monday –
Friday; however, these hours are flexible depending on the needs of the program, and may
involve evening and weekend hours.

Duncanville Police Department is accepting applications for Volunteer Coordinator Position (part time). Here is the link to the City of Duncanville's website https://selfservice.duncanville.com/ess/employmentopportunities/default.aspx

JOB SUMMARY
This position will coordinate overall activities and training of all Duncanville Police Department
Volunteers and assist with Crime Prevention Officer and any assignment as directed to perform.
Have a working knowledge of computer programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop,
CorelDRAW and Publisher.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
• Coordinate with Officer in Charge for the participation of the Volunteers and Citizens on
Patrol projects and other special projects, (i.e., parades, high school events, 5k runs, etc.)
• Recruit, train, and direct the activities of our Citizens on Patrol (COP). This includes
organizing two training sessions per year following the Citizen Police Academy
graduation. Ordering COP equipment, uniforms and related items as needed for
volunteers. Maintaining all COP equipment, inventory and maintenance requests.
• Recruit and assist with organizing two Citizens Police Academy (CPA) classes each year;
one in the spring and one in the fall. Attend all classes and meetings and participate in
CPA Alumni Association program.
• Order participant’s uniforms, compile notebooks for eleven weeks of CPA class activities;
and assist with coordination of the CPA graduation banquet twice a year. (This includes
reserving a location for the banquet, catering services and obtaining special speaker for
the evening.)
• Be a liaison for the Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association and provide input and
guidance to their program.
• Maintain a log of volunteer hours served; primarily for Citizens on Patrol, Citizens Police
Academy Alumni Association and active Police Department Volunteers. Publish monthly
reports of volunteer hours (COP, CPA, etc.).
• Write a monthly newsletter outlining all volunteer activities and information on current and
future activities.
• Assist the organization of the annual COP & Volunteer Awards Program, to recognize
volunteers for their service, and present awards for total hours served.
• Provide volunteers for any and all Police Departments activities as requested by the
Department Officer in Charge. Participate in and support all activities that will “free up”
our Police Officers to concentrate on urgent law enforcement activities.
• Any and all assignments as requested by Crime Prevention Officer, Police Officer,
Administrative Assistance/Record Clerks, or Police Administration.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
• High School Diploma or GED certificate.
• Computer skills in Microsoft Office Applications (includes but not limited to Word, Excel,
Outlook and PowerPoint).
• Valid Texas driver’s license with a good driving record.
• Office assistant experience preferred with strong organizational skills.
• The work week will consist of 20 hours a week. Normal hours will be 10am – 2pm, Monday –
Friday; however, these hours are flexible depending on the needs of the program, and may
involve evening and weekend hours.

TRAFFIC ALERT: There is a large police presence south bound Highway 67 service road between Cockrell Hill Rd. and Daniel...
06/01/2021

TRAFFIC ALERT: There is a large police presence south bound Highway 67 service road between Cockrell Hill Rd. and Danieldale Rd. Officers are working a major accident.

TRAFFIC ALERT: There is a large police presence south bound Highway 67 service road between Cockrell Hill Rd. and Danieldale Rd. Officers are working a major accident.

We would like to thank this great group for all they do for the Duncanville Police Department and the City. They play a ...
05/31/2021

We would like to thank this great group for all they do for the Duncanville Police Department and the City. They play a key part in any city event, most couldn't occur without their assistance.

For more information on how to join.

https://www.duncanville.com/departments/police/crime-prevention/citizen-police-academy/

Thanks to some amazing Citizens on Patrol for helping with traffic direction at the 2021 City of Duncanville Veterans Memorial Event.

Duncanville Updates for this Memorial Day, May 31, 2021
05/31/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 31, 2021

Duncanville Updates for this Memorial Day, May 31, 2021

Memorial Day, City Council Meets, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 31, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsletter, intended to keep you update

The Duncanville Police Department wants to remember, Memorial Day as a time to be grateful, to remember and to honor tho...
05/31/2021

The Duncanville Police Department wants to remember, Memorial Day as a time to be grateful, to remember and to honor those that gave their lives to preserve our freedom. Remember that freedom is not free.

The Duncanville Police Department wants to remember, Memorial Day as a time to be grateful, to remember and to honor those that gave their lives to preserve our freedom. Remember that freedom is not free.

Make plans to attend the Memorial Day Remember & Honor event happening Monday at Memorial Park. Info in this week's emai...
05/29/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

Make plans to attend the Memorial Day Remember & Honor event happening Monday at Memorial Park. Info in this week's email newsletter.

A Memorial Day Event, Scam Alert, Apply for Boards & Commissions, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 24, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newslet

The City of Duncanville has received numerous complaints about vehicles being parked on Public Roadway in designated No ...
05/27/2021

The City of Duncanville has received numerous complaints about vehicles being parked on Public Roadway in designated No Parking Fire Lane in the Sunset Village Neighborhood. Enforcement for parking violations will begin on June 1, 2021 at 8am.

The City of Duncanville has received numerous complaints about vehicles being parked on Public Roadway in designated No Parking Fire Lane in the Sunset Village Neighborhood. Enforcement for parking violations will begin on June 1, 2021 at 8am.

If you haven't had a chance to read your weekly update, here is another opportunity to get updated on all that's going o...
05/26/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

If you haven't had a chance to read your weekly update, here is another opportunity to get updated on all that's going on.

A Memorial Day Event, Scam Alert, Apply for Boards & Commissions, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 24, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newslet

Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021
05/24/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

A Memorial Day Event, Scam Alert, Apply for Boards & Commissions, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 24, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newslet

These are the only a couple of the clues that indicate you are being scammed.When in doubt give us a call.#DuncanvillePD...
05/24/2021

These are the only a couple of the clues that indicate you are being scammed.
When in doubt give us a call.
#DuncanvillePD #scam #ftc #giftcards

These are the only a couple of the clues that indicate you are being scammed.
When in doubt give us a call.
#DuncanvillePD #scam #ftc #giftcards

Thanks to all the teams, sponsors, supports and most of all the Duncanville Citizens on Patrol and Duncanville Volunteer...
05/22/2021

Thanks to all the teams, sponsors, supports and most of all the Duncanville Citizens on Patrol and Duncanville Volunteers in Police Service and CERT for your support. Most of all thank you Duncanville.

Have you checked this out?
05/22/2021
Your City News for May 17, 2021

Have you checked this out?

City Council Meets, A Fire Truck Pull, and Much More! The Champion Weekly News for May 17, 2021 📅 Duncanville Meeting & Event Calendar Sunday May 16, 2021 No Scheduled Meetings or Events Monday May 1

05/21/2021

Come out and join us for the Largest Fire Truck Pull in Texas 10am Saturday at Kidsville #sotx #TexasLETR #DuncanvillePD

Come out and join us for the Largest Fire Truck Pull in Texas 10am Saturday at Kidsville #sotx #TexasLETR #DuncanvillePD
05/21/2021

Come out and join us for the Largest Fire Truck Pull in Texas 10am Saturday at Kidsville #sotx #TexasLETR #DuncanvillePD

Come out and join us for the Largest Fire Truck Pull in Texas 10am Saturday at Kidsville #sotx #TexasLETR #DuncanvillePD

Your City News for May 17, 2021
05/17/2021
Your City News for May 17, 2021

Your City News for May 17, 2021

City Council Meets, A Fire Truck Pull, and Much More! The Champion Weekly News for May 17, 2021 📅 Duncanville Meeting & Event Calendar Sunday May 16, 2021 No Scheduled Meetings or Events Monday May 1

05/14/2021

Please join us in remembering our fallen Officers, Sgt. Michael Poe and Officer Roger Hobden. Live stream will begin at 10:00 A.M

The Duncanville Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying a suspect and vehicle used in a recent murder ...
05/13/2021

The Duncanville Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying a suspect and vehicle used in a recent murder that occurred on April 26. The suspect vehicle is a Toyota Camry LE estimated 2010-11 with damage on the rear driver’s side quarter panel. Rear drivers side tire also has a paint line from repair work or parking enforcement.

If you have any information on this vehicle, contact Det. Andy Armstrong at 972-707-3836 or [email protected]

City News for May 10, 2021
05/10/2021
City News for May 10, 2021

City News for May 10, 2021

Upcoming Events, FREE Mosquito Dunks, and More! The Champion Weekly News for May 10, 2021 📅 Duncanville Meeting & Event Calendar Sunday May 9, 2021 No Meetings or Events Scheduled Monday May 10, 2021

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed Proclamation 3466, which designated May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial...
05/10/2021

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed Proclamation 3466, which designated May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the calendar week in which it falls as National Police Week.

This year National Police Week is (May 9th – 15th). Saturday (May 15th) is National Peace Officers Memorial Day.

In 2020, there were 362 Line of Duty deaths and 234 of those were deemed to be line of duty deaths due to COVID-19. The state of Texas lost 74 officers.

This week we honor and remember their sacrifice to serve and protect their communities.
#NationalPoliceWeek #neverforget #DuncanvillePD

Duncanville Police Department will host a short memorial service in front of the Duncanville Police Station on Friday, May 14, 2021 at 10am.

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed Proclamation 3466, which designated May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the calendar week in which it falls as National Police Week.

This year National Police Week is (May 9th – 15th). Saturday (May 15th) is National Peace Officers Memorial Day.

In 2020, there were 362 Line of Duty deaths and 234 of those were deemed to be line of duty deaths due to COVID-19. The state of Texas lost 74 officers.

This week we honor and remember their sacrifice to serve and protect their communities.
#NationalPoliceWeek #neverforget #DuncanvillePD

Duncanville Police Department will host a short memorial service in front of the Duncanville Police Station on Friday, May 14, 2021 at 10am.

The Duncanville Police Department wants to welcome its newest Police Officers that were sworn in today. Officers Jessica...
05/07/2021

The Duncanville Police Department wants to welcome its newest Police Officers that were sworn in today. Officers Jessica Picou, Jai Johnson and Anai Figueroa. Welcome to our family. #DuncanvillePD

Come out and support the Duncanville Police Department's Traffic Division as they train and compete at the Grand Prairie...
05/06/2021

Come out and support the Duncanville Police Department's Traffic Division as they train and compete at the Grand Prairie Police Department Spring Classic Motorcycle Rodeo. Please see attached schedule of events. (Pictures of the courses they must maneuver)

05/04/2021
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 87,200 people died as a result of a drug overdose in the United ...
04/29/2021
One Pill Can Kill - SAC Chavez

According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 87,200 people died as a result of a drug overdose in the United States in a one-year period (September 1, 2019 – September 1, 2020).
Texas has seen an increase in overdose deaths, including opioid-related overdose deaths in the last several months of the pandemic.
Please visit the following resources to learn more about help and prevention:
https://www.getsmartaboutdrugs.gov/
https://www.justthinktwice.gov/
https://www.campusdrugprevention.gov/
#DuncanvillePD #cityofduncanville #DuncanvilleISD #DuncanvilleISDPD

https://vimeo.com/541841632

This is "One Pill Can Kill - SAC Chavez" by Drug Enforcement Administration on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Earlier this week the Duncanville Crime Prevention Division along with the Duncanville Citizens on Patrol began to check...
04/29/2021

Earlier this week the Duncanville Crime Prevention Division along with the Duncanville Citizens on Patrol began to check shopping center parking lots placing Burglary of Motor Vehicle Prevention Vehicle Report Cards. There were 177 report cards issued to vehicles and 68% of these passed. We will continue to issue these report cards trying to educate citizens on securing their property.

City Utility Billing Portal Update & More for April 26, 2021
04/26/2021
City Utility Billing Portal Update & More for April 26, 2021

City Utility Billing Portal Update & More for April 26, 2021

Learn about the new utility billing portal, take the Fire Station #1 Citizen Survey, a new Assistant City Manager & More! The Champion Weekly News for April 26, 2021 Your Utility Billing Portal is Abo

Press release reference a shooting call in the 1100 Block of Explorer Dr.
04/26/2021

Press release reference a shooting call in the 1100 Block of Explorer Dr.

Press release reference a shooting call in the 1100 Block of Explorer Dr.

Thank you Chi Theta Alpha for inviting Duncanville Police out to the DBU game today to honor Law Enforcement. It was a b...
04/24/2021

Thank you Chi Theta Alpha for inviting Duncanville Police out to the DBU game today to honor Law Enforcement. It was a beautiful day and #DBU WON #chithetaalpha #DuncanvillePD

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Is there an update on the bobcat that has been seen?
Can someone from the department please explain to me why yall haven't utilized you're page more than 3 times to try and help solve the murder case of Barbara Vincent Strain? The only times that anything on my Granny's case has been posted were shortly after she was murdered in 2013.
Thanks to the Officers who did a wellness check on my mother.
Okay why does it sound like a war zone outside? Very scary to hear all that noise .
This is one of my favorite Christmas memories the year Santa almost didn't come...from about 25 years ago!! We lived in a small rent house on Allen Avenue in Duncanville. Santa was bringing our kids so much stuff that we didn't have room to hide it. So, we rented a storage unit not far from our house. On Christmas Eve, around 10 p.m. Daddy Santa stayed with our children "Nestled all snug in their beds" while Momma Santa took the sleigh "suburban" over to the storage room to load up the gifts. Mind you, the office was closed, but no worries because I had a combination code. Well, I tried and tried but couldn't get combination to work and this was before we had a cellphone!! Panicked, I decided to drive to our local police station. They were so nice and understanding... they called the storage building owners and were able to get them to come let me in....and they even helped load the vehicle...the night the Duncanville Police saved our Christmas. 🎅🎄🤶👮‍♂️🎁👮‍♀️☃️ Merry Christmas Eve everyone!!
The other night I was sleeping at a Hill City Park in Duncanville Texas, when I was unagressively awakened by 2 officers who truly cared more about my well being then crucifying me for sleeping at a closed park. I was so sleepy and nervous I can't remember their names, but I just want to say Duncanville Police, and to the gentlemen that approached me. You guys/////////////////////////////////////////// deserve to be acknowledged because no one ever recognizes the good cops that truly protect and serve.
Become a “Duncanville Christmas Elf” and send a gift to a senior that deserves some Christmas Cheer this year! https://www.facebook.com/148393875203188/posts/4780938485282014/?d=n
Will yall please share this
Shout out to the officer who came through and showed my kids some love. They loved the tour of the truck and visit
This month, many years ago, I made the difficult decision to end an abusive and toxic relationship. After making that decision, things go a lot harder before they go easier! Thanks for the many angels who helped me along the way. I share the following letter that I wrote to the Duncanville Police Departement today (sent to Chief Brown). Below is a slightly edited version for FaceBook. *************************************************************** Chief Brown, I am not sure how long you have been in your position or in the Duncanville Police Department, but I wanted to say thank you as a person whose life was impacted positively by the Duncanville Police Department many years ago. Please share this with your team, as you see appropriate, as I imagine some of your current officers were involved and even those who weren't should know that people like me appreciate the work that you do every single day. In 2003, I graduated from college in Nashville, and soon after, moved to Dallas for my first real full-time job. I worked on the business side of healthcare as a consultant, installing software to help hospitals collect money from insurance companies more fully and more quickly. As I settled in, after purchasing my first home in Duncanville (211 Azalea Lane), I became involved in some community activities, getting to know my neighbors, and participating actively in a church. Through this last affiliation, I became involved with a young man who, to be kind, was a wolf in sheep's clothing. In 2004, we were married, and by 2006, I found myself in an emotionally abusive relationship [details removed for this post]. I was alone (no family in TX and finding that my mutual affiliations with my soon-to-be ex-husband exposed me to further risk, I had to be very careful and introverted). In August of 2006, I formally filed for divorce, kicked him out if my home, and changed the locks. His manipulation and abuse escalated immediately and he developed an obsession with stalking and threatening me. This person followed me around, broke into my home, waited for me at home or work (after I changed jobs and started working for a hospital in Grapevine), and started a smear campaign against me among my newfound friends and church-goers. It was scary. He threatened to kill me. His father, a retired police officer in another town "mentioned" to me ... [details removed for this post]. I lived in fear. I would come home from work to find booby-traps set up in my own home, the home I bought on my own before I ever met my nemesis. I would try to take a car trip out of town, to see family or friends, and I would find him at the very same gas station, hours away. I regularly slept on friend's couches, friend's parents' couches, or wherever I felt a little safer at night, especially when I would find my home disturbed or occupied when I arrived home from work. It was a very tough time in many ways, as you can only imagine. As a person of faith with a strong conviction for living a life of purpose, I prayed to my Heavenly Father each day, that I was prepared to die if it was His will, but that if I had more to do in life to please protect me and allow me another day to live. I filed for civil restraining orders more than once, but due to my still being married for almost a year (as he refused to sign the divorce decree and even sought spousal support!), I couldn't sell my home, rent it out or flee as quickly as I wished. During that dark time of my life, I regularly called the Duncanville PD, to report him trying to break down my front door or trying to break in through the windows in the middle of the night. I also called because I could see his car parked somewhere nearby (I would have to drive loops through my neighborhood, as he was frequently parked somewhere else while lurking about on foot). I would call because I thought I heard something in the night! I literally lived in fear that he would surprise me at any time (which he frequently did [details removed for this post]). He was always quick to run off or drive away before the police showed up. Always, the police came within minutes. The dispatchers knew my scared voice and never minimized my requests. The police officers were also so kind to me and treated me with such respect and true concern. I felt a little like I was on a ridiculous reality TV show, relying on law enforcement to help me manage my disastrous personal life. But, no one ever treated me like that. Each time, they called me by name, asked if I was okay, offered to (and frequently did) stick around in their cars out in front of my house for hours following a call. One night, after a particularly alarming visit by my ex, an officer told me that the police department had already put me on a daily check, where at the beginning and end of their shifts and at other times, officers would drive by my house, to deter any unwanted visitors and to make sure they didn't see anything suspicious. I felt like I had a whole family of bigger siblings (in unforms and with fi****ms) on the ready, looking out for me. God answered my prayers of safety and peace in a few ways, but especially through the angelic service of the Duncanville Police Department officers. I can't imagine what it is like to be a police officer and to face the unknown each and every time you respond to a call, pull a car over, or stop to check on something that seems suspicious. But, I can imagine how different my life would be if I didn't feel the support and safety that the police could offer me at a time when, as a citizen, I relied on it as a lifeline! I am certain that without the constant and speedy response from the police department, the outcome could have been much, much worse for me. Thank you so much for your service. Thank you for the nights you don't get to be home with your families because you are watching out for lonely scared 20-something women being hunted in the dark. Thank you for the personal risks you take to uphold the law. Thank you to those who lose their lives or their ability to support their families due to altercations with criminals. Thank you for the emotional trauma that you must endure so frequently. Thank you for your sincere concern for the real people who need you. Thank you from me. (Fast forward, I met a wonderful single dad and when I became a mom to his son when we married in 2008, I enjoyed the blessings of surviving that dark period of my life in order to be a mother to a sweet boy. Eventually, we relocated to GA to be closer to grandparents, siblings, and cousins for the kids. I had 2 more kids, and now we are expecting one more in March! I still work in healthcare, helping hospitals keep their doors open. At this turbulent time in our country, I am so grateful for my life and my opportunities. Yes, I have some PTSD. But, I survived and try to make a difference in the world, too!) Sincerely, Connie Brown Fackrell
She’s asking for help! Do something for this girl before we have another life taken due to domestic violence! She’s documenting everything. HELP HER !!!
So y'all refuse to help my cousin all because she is black and her child father is white 🧐