It was great having Girl Scout Brownie Troop #127009 visit the Katy Police Department yesterday. Our officers had a great time showing them around the Department!
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KPD Mission Statement: The mission of the Katy Police Department is to enforce the laws and ordinances of the State and City. We will protect life and property, prevent, detect and investigate crimes. We will bring to justice those who choose to do wrong in order to keep peace within our community. W.M. Hastings Chief Of Police The Katy Police Department is committed to provide high quality public safety services to the community to create an environment in which all may feel safe and enjoy an optimum quality of life and economic prosperity. The purpose of this facebook site is to present matters of public interest in the City of Katy, Texas. All content and comments posted to this official Katy Police Department facebook site are subject to public disclosure laws. This includes private messages sent to this page. Posted comments do not necessarily reflect the view or position of the City of Katy. Comments posted to this page will be monitored. KPD deserves the right to delete comments that: contain false information, obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, support or oppose political candidates, political organization or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, commercial services or products, infringe on copyrights or trademarks.
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Established in 1967, the police department is currently comprised of 50 sworn officers including Detectives and Administration and 17 support personnel including telecommunicators and animal control. The department is under the command of Chief J.Noe Diaz. Although each department maintains its own duties, it is paramount that we all work together to keep the City of Katy safe. The Police Department services Harris, Fort Bend and Waller Counties within the city limits of Katy. Officers patrol approximately 14.6 square miles of "Old Katy" and protect about 14,000 residence 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.