Today's jail population is 4,093.
Our mission is to PROTECT by courageously standing between evil and good with honor, while we strive to SERVE with respect - always putting others before self.
Today's jail population is 4,093.
Happy MLK Day! Today, we honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., but every day we remember his message: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can."
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ATTENDANCE AT PRE-EMPLOYMENT BRIEFINGS ARE BY INVITATION ONLY. IF YOU MEET THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION AND THE DEPARTMENT IS INTERESTED IN YOUR QUALIFICATIONS, YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED BY EMAIL.Detention Officers supervise inmates who are confined 24 hours a day, seven days a week in the....
Week 2 at the FBI National Academy is complete! Chief Reyes sent us this update: "We continued to build a strong global network. The academic portion of the program is master’s level classes focused on officer wellness (physical, emotional, spiritual) and learning to recognize the impact of working in a stressful environment. PT continues almost daily and I take great pride in sharing information about all the awesome initiatives TCSO has taken over the last 3 years and the massive amount of support TCSO gets from the community."
Happy Friday! Today we celebrated Warrant Deputy Hirschman's retirement. Thank you for your service!
Be careful on your morning commute today! Parts of Tarrant County are under a Flash Flood Warning until 8am.
Today's jail population was 4,107.
On Sunday and Monday, TCSO sent units from our Patrol, Special Units Division and Warrants to escort Police Officer Reyna and Fire Rescue Lieutenant Hill along the route to and from Lubbock. We were honored to join fellow agencies such as Fort Worth PD, Fort Worth Fire, Fort Worth Fire Marshal, Texas DPS and others.
Officer Reyna and Lieutenant Hill, thank you for your service.
We're saddened to hear that an officer with Forest Hill PD was shot early this morning. We're sending our prayers to that officer, their family and the entire Forest Hill PD.
Check out Chief Reyes with his section at the FBI National Academy! They work out daily with the goal of qualifying for the famous FBI Yellow Brick Road. His class has over 250 officers from the US, Mexico, Cambodia, France, Switzerland, Vietnam, Uganda, Botswana, Columbia and many other countries. Texas has 17 delegates representing the state at this National Academy.
Last Thursday, we celebrated our 3rd & 4th Quarterly Award winners. We honored TCSO team members who received Quarterly Awards of Excellence, medals of merit, life saving awards, commendations and all promotions. Next up is the Annual Awards!
Happy Monday morning from our Personnel Office!
This past week we honored TCSO team member's years of service at Commissioners Court. Thank you for being a part of TCSO!
Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Texas currently ranks 2nd in the nation in the number of reported tips to the National Human Trafficking Hotline with the North Texas Area ranking 2nd in the state. Last year alone, our Human Trafficking Unit made 84 arrests and investigated 25 tips. 2020 will be no different. We will remain combative against this horrendous crime!
Happy Friday! Our newest cadets will complete their first week at the Peace Officer Academy today!
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. TCSO is lucky to be surrounded by so many brothers and sisters in blue in the DFW area. Thank you to all law enforcement and first responders who continually put their lives on the line in order to protect and serve others.
In December 2019, the two suspects pictured below used stolen credit cards at Walmarts in Azle and Lake Worth. Please take a look at the photos and the distinctive hand tattoo on the male suspect. If you have any information please call Det. Garcia at 817-884-1272.
Today's jail population is 4,058.
Our first Jail Academy of 2020 is underway. Alpha Class is set to graduate in early March.
Today we remember Deputy Malcolm Davis who was killed in the line of duty on January 6, 1933. While investigating a robbery, Davis was shot by Clyde Barrow, who made up part of the criminal duo Bonnie & Clyde.
Deputy Davis, thank you for your service.
We are excited to announce that Chief Reyes will be attending the FBI National Academy starting tomorrow. We wish him good luck and know he'll make us proud!
Today is National Trivia Day so we're bringing you a not so fun fact: in 2019, TCSO had over 500 DWI arrests. Let's lower that number this year. Plan your sober ride now!
Here's to the first Friday of 2020!
Happy New Year!
We want to wish everyone a very Happy New Year!
Pictured below: midnight shift at TCCC, Lon Evans and Greenbay.
Tonight should be FUN AND SAFE! Please plan a sober ride tonight so that everyone can enjoy 2020 and nobody ends up in a car like this one.
Our last Jail Academy of 2019, Foxtrot, had a 100% pass rate on their TCOLE exam!
Happy Monday Morning!
TCSO is sending their prayers to the City of White Settlement and especially thinking of our brothers in blue, the White Settlement PD, and all other first responders that provided assistance today.
TCSO would like to wish everyone a very merry and safe Christmas!
'Twas the Monday before Christmas...
TCSO has made over 450 DWI arrests this year. Help ensure that everyone has a Merry Christmas by calling a sober ride tonight. Don't drink and drive!
Check out our very own Deputy Cundiff!!! Helping spread Christmas cheer throughout the Fort Worth ISD and Tarrant County!!
Fort Worth (WBAP/KLIF) - A toy drive in honor of slain Richardson toddler Sherin Mathews benefited 3rd graders at Fort Worth's Sagamore Hills Elementary. Hundreds of toys were donated from around the country for 'Sherin's Toy Drive'; additionally, the Tarrant County Sheriff's Department provided
Come on down to the Tarrant County Corrections Center for a little Christmas cheer! Inmates will be singing Christmas carols at noon! We have other music going on in front of the jail till then! Here’s a sneak peek of the rehearsal!
When you're trying to take photos for National Donut Day but a citizen stops to ask for directions. We were happy to help. #ThrowbackThursday
This past Saturday, December 14th, the Auto Crimes Task Force participated in the 2019 Arlington Holiday Lights Parade. This 2004 F-350 was recovered by the Task Force after discovering it had been stolen 16 years ago from a dealership and left in a barn with less than 300 miles on the odometer. Don’t be a victim of an auto crime this holiday. Please, lock your vehicle, take the keys, and remove all your valuables. The Task Force wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday time!
Today's jail population is 4,023.
Last Friday, we held our last Non-Supervisory Meeting of the year. On a quarterly basis the Sheriff meets with representatives that have been elected by their peers. These meetings give employees an opportunity to ask questions and bring up issues directly to the Sheriff.
Good morning Tarrant County! We hope everyone has a great week!
Hundreds of kids have already come through and hundreds to go before we are through!!! It’s Christmas time for everyone to share, thanks to all who answered that prayer!!
The Potter's House of Fort Worth
Sheriff Bill Waybourn
DFW Toys for Tots
Texas Offenders Reentry Initiative - TORI
Mount Olive Baptist Church
Cornerstone Baptist Church
The Hills Church
& so many more!!
Today is the day! Come join us as we work to bring Christmas to hundreds of children! Special thanks to the Potter’s House Fort Worth and all the other groups that worked so hard on this event!!
Scott Gordon NBC5
Brandon Todd Fox 4
Here's a peek at our 2nd shift briefing at North Patrol.
Stop by tomorrow morning at our Coffee with Sheriff Waybourn event! Anyone is welcome to attend. We're looking forward to having a good conversation and some great coffee!
Today's jail population is 4,062.
The count down is on! We are just days away from our Christmas for Children event! This Saturday we are looking forward to having a positive community interaction that helps kids have a joyful Christmas.
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