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We would love to have you join our Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA) which starts on March 26. The CPA is a 10 week program and is held on Thursday nights from 6 pm - 9 pm. Topics include Traffic Stops, DWI Investigations, K9 Unit, Emergency Dispatch, Crime Scene Investigations and so much more! For more information, please contact Officer Rinehart at [email protected] or 817-728-3685. #WorkingTogether #Partnerships
Great news! Yesterday, the Arlington Police Fugitive Unit located and arrested the suspect in the armed robberies that have taken place across the metroplex including Mansfield.
They arrested Sean Venerable on two counts of aggravated robbery and additional charges are pending.
Thank you for sharing our posts and for assisting the capture of Sean Venerable! #TeamWork
K9 Handler Walley and K9 Stache reporting to duty! They are hitting the streets solo today after completing their training with Grand Prairie K9 Officer Montee. They are looking forward to serving you, our awesome Mansfield Community.
UPDATE as of March 11 at 11:30 am: Thanks to all of your tips, we were able to identify both suspects. Y’all rock!
Help! Do these guys look familiar? We are looking to identify them in regards to their involvement in the damage to the Katherine Rose Memorial Park bathrooms. If you have any info, please contact Detective Knotts at 817-276-4736. #WantedTuesday.
We love our community! Thank you for visiting with us at Coffee with a COP👮♀️.
Friendly reminder - Coffee with a COP is tomorrow, Tuesday, March 10 from 9:30 am - 10:30 am at Starbucks Coffee on 1675 E Broad Street, Suite #101. We hope to see you there! #ChatWithUs
While patrolling the new Linear Trail, Officer Jones was stopped by this sweet little boy, Jalen. Jalen told him that he loves police officers👮♀️ and he adored his cool 😎 police Bike 🚲 . He was ecstatic when Officer Jones told him to hop on! #SundayServiceWithASMILE #KidsRock #MakingADifference
We hope you enjoyed this beautiful Saturday! Are y’all excited for more sunshine during the day?! We are 🤗
It’s that time of year… don’t forget to #SpringForward tonight by setting your clocks ahead one hour. Also, please check and change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. #DaylightSavings
Officer Minchew is proud to show off our #FureverHomeFriday featured pet, Lucy. Lucy is a Shepherd mix and is approximately 10 months old and weighs 35 pounds. She is a ball of energy and loves to play. If you are interested, please contact Animal Care & Control at 817-276-4799.
Here are 2 new pictures of the robbery suspect that we posted about last Friday. Since then, he committed multiple armed robberies in Arlington which brings the total to over a dozen offenses in Arlington and one in Mansfield and Fort Worth. Please share and let’s get him off of the streets!
If you have any information, please contact Detective Bledsoe at 817-276-4743. #WantedFriday
Also, there is a reward being offered of $2,500 for his arrest. You can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers of Tarrant County at 817-469-8477.
#ThrowbackThursday Back in the day, Mansfield Officers had the pleasure of putting baby’s footprints on birth certificates. #WeLoveBabies #TBT
The Tri-County Auto Burglary & Theft Prevention Task Force needs your help in locating this white trailer. In February, the trailer was stolen from a construction site in Midlothian on the corner of N 9th Street and HWY 67 Service Road. The NTCTI trailer is described as model BTM, 16 feet long, tandem axle and has a California License Plate 4RJ7648. On the sides and the back of the trailer it has the name of the company FIBRWRAP. If you have any information, please contact Investigator Clifton from Midlothian PD at 817-728-3912.
Happy NATIONAL SONS DAY to all the amazing boys and gentlemen out there!
The first picture is of Lieutenant Waybourn and his son Cash. Lt Waybourn said, “I get teary eye whenever I see this photo. His innocence is worth fighting for, his love of life is encouraging all while he simply makes me proud to be his dad! I love you Cash.”
The 2nd and 3rd pictures are of Officer Kerr with his 3 boys, Dakota, Kaysen and Lincoln. Officer Kerr said, “Boys, thank you for teaching me to be the best Dad that I could possibly be. Of all the titles that I had, Dad has always been the best! Love you three!”
Please join us in welcoming our K9 Handler Officer Walley and his K9 partner Stache to the streets!
Stache is a German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois mix and was born in Budapest, Hungary in April 2018. Officer Walley and Stache completed 6 weeks of training in south Texas and became dual certified in narcotic and patrol work. They are currently working alongside Grand Prairie PD K9 Officer Montee for the past two weeks. On Monday, K9 Officer Walley and K9 Stache will be working on their own for our wonderful community.
Yeah, Curry found a #FureverHome. His brother Wasabi is still up for adoption if you are interested. Thanks y’all for sharing! 🐶
#WantedMonday Ok everyone, let’s catch these two! These suspects stole a wallet from a locker at a gym in Mansfield and used the victim’s credit cards at several locations in Mansfield and Midlothian. The woman reportedly wore a wig and spoke with a thick accent. The suspect vehicle is a silver Chevrolet Tahoe and was driven by a 3rd suspect (not pictured).
If you have any info, please contact Detective Bledsoe at 817-276-4743.
Congratulations to Captain Mike Midkiff for graduating from the Bill Blackwood LEMIT Leadership Command College. This is an executive leadership development course consisting of 9-weeks. Way to go! 👏🏻
Are you interested in learning what we do on a daily basis? If so, our Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA) is starting March 26. The CPA is a 10 week program and is held on Thursday nights from 6 pm - 9 pm. Topics include Traffic Stops, DWI Investigations, K9 Unit, Emergency Dispatch, Crime Scene Investigations and so much more! For more information or to obtain an application, contact Officer Rinehart at [email protected] or 817-728-3685. #WorkingTogether #Partnerships
Puppies...puppies...puppies! Sergeant Yale was thrilled to show off this cutie, a 4 month old Shepherd/Retriever mix. Curry has two other brothers, Pepper and Wasabi, who are in need of a #FureverHome as well. If you are interested, please contact Animal Care & Control at 817-276-4799.
#AdoptMe #NeedAHome #ImSoCute #PuppyBreath
Does he look familiar? He is connected to robberies in Fort Worth, Arlington and Mansfield. On February 25, he robbed the Mansfield CVS and in all offenses, he wears the Dallas Stars sweatshirt with a hood. If you have any information, please contact Detective Bledsoe at 817-276-4743. #WantedFriday
#ThrowbackThursday Joe Dunigan served as the Police Chief from Jan 1970 - Jan 1975. Thank you for your service and dedication to this great city! Check out the cool 😎 Police Cruiser.
Our Law Enforcement & Lattes event at the Flying Squirrel was a huge success! We hope to see you at our next meet and greet. #CoffeeMakesEveryoneHappy
If you would like to get involved with one of the greatest police departments in Texas then we have some great opportunities just for you. Check it out,
Happy news Monday! Asher was adopted 🤗. Thank you Josh for giving Asher a #FureverHome. Asher will be playing with 2 kiddos and chillin’ with 3 Labs in the backyard. #HappyDance #LifeIsGood
Sunday’s #ServiceWithASMILE...meet Zeno Pfau! Zeno is one of our dedicated volunteers for over 11 years and he developed the Mansfield Police Department’s Senior Citizen Program in November 2014. Zeno and his partner Bill Quick provide welfare checks and guidance for residents who are 65 plus.
If you are interested in this program, please call (817) 276-4724 to set up an appointment for either Zeno or Bill to come to your residence to sign up.
Officer Johnson and Officer Cardenas wanted to wish y’all a happy Saturday! Enjoy this beautiful day. #SelfieSaturday #YeahTheWeekendIsHere
Warning - CUTENESS Alert! Take a look at this adorable Chihuahua named Josey held by Officer Alejandro. Josey is approximately 8 years old and was one of our lucky fund pets. She recently had a tumor removed and her teeth are fresh and clean. Josey would make a perfect companion for someone who is looking for a pet who loves to be held, hugged and loved. If you are interested, please contact Animal Care & Control at 817-276-4799.
**UPDATE** from our Feb 12 post. The suspect was with a female at the Walmart in Midlothian. It also appears the suspect has a tattoo of a "Bee" on his left hand behind his thumb.
Does he look familiar? The Tri-County Auto Burglary & Theft Prevention Task Force is looking for this suspect. He burglarized several vehicles in Midlothian and used the stolen credit cards at a convenience store in South Dallas. He is described as a white male with short dark hair, mustache and goatee wearing a brown hooded zippered jacket, old blue jeans, and tennis shoes. He was driving a white Buick Rendezvous with both hubcaps missing on the front wheels. If you have any information, please contact Investigator Clifton at 817-728-3912.
#ThrowBackThursday to the 1998 Texas Police Games featuring Detective Standefer and Assistant Chief Lanier. #GoodTimes #TBT
We hope to see you TOMORROW from 8am - 10am for coffee at our Law Enforcement & Lattes event at the Flying Squirrel located at 110 N Main. #CoffeeMakesEveryoneHappy
One day while Officer Jones was bike patrolling the park, a kind young lady gave him this special rock she painted. Officer Jones keeps this with him everyday as a reminder how our Mansfield community #BackTheBlue. Thank you! #MansfieldRocks
Save the dates! The Mansfield Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training will be here before you know it!
To obtain your certification, you must attend each session that are scheduled on 3 consecutive Saturdays, April 25, 18 and May 2, from 8 am - 4:30 pm at the Mansfield Public Safety Building. For applications or more information contact Jack McMurry at [email protected].
So what is CERT? The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Click on the following link for more information,
Enjoy your #SundayServiceWithASMILE featuring our Dispatch Services Team. They always keep us safe - thank you 🤗💙 #AtYourService #YallRock
Remember this guy from our post on Tuesday? Well, here are some better photos of him purchasing items at Academy with counterfeit money. Take a close look at the photos and holler at us if you have any info. Please contact Detective Blansit at 817-276-4718.
#FureverHomeFriday meet Savannah, a Retriever/Boxer mix! She is approximately 3-4 years old and is 55-60 lbs. She is very shy at first but it doesn’t take long for her to warm up. Plus, she is so sweet. If you are interested, please contact Animal Care & Control at 817-276-4799.
Hope to see you this Sunday for our Police Explorer’s Open House!
Are you between the ages of 14-20 years old and have the drive and desire to become a police officer? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you! Our Mansfield Police Explorer Post 1601 is hosting an Open House on Sunday, February 16, from 6-8 p.m. at the Public Safety Building located at 1305 E Broad St.
Topics covered will include a brief history of the program, the benefits of joining Exploring, what a typical weekly meeting/training consists of, expectations, extracurricular events and city functions that we are involved with.
We hope to see you there! For more information, please contact Sergeant [email protected]
💙💙 Happy Valentine’s Day from our family to yours! 💙💙 #BeMyValentine #Love
Thank you Michelle for being there at the right place at the right time. Here’s the reunion we have all been waiting for.
Three months after a motorcycle crash, a Mansfield police officer reunited with one of two nurses he said saved his life. It was October 28 when Mansfield Police Officer Jim Polley wrecked his motorcycle while driving home from work. “I knew there was going to be an accident. I tried everything I ...
Thank you for sharing our post the other day. Because of you, Officer Polley was reunited with one of the nurses who came to his rescue. Stay tune to NBC tonight as they captured this heartwarming moment. Thank you Michelle! 💙
Guess what tomorrow is? Just a friendly reminder from your pals at MPD. Hint...hint...wink...wink 😍💙
Does he look familiar? The Tri-County Auto Burglary & Theft Prevention Task Force is looking for this suspect. He burglarized several vehicles in Midlothian and used the stolen credit cards at a convenience store in South Dallas. He is described as a white male with short dark hair, mustache and goatee wearing a brown hooded zippered jacket, old blue jeans, and tennis shoes. He was driving a white Buick Rendezvous with both hubcaps missing on the front wheels. If you have any information, please contact Investigator Clifton at 817-728-3912. #WantedWednesday
Please share...let’s try to find the 2 nurses who rendered aid to Officer Jim Polley when he was involved in a motorcycle accident in October. He would love to thank them in person for being there for him that day. A shoutout to NBC Reporter Noelle Walker for this touching piece.
Mansfield police Ofc. Jim Polley walked around the department with a smile and an infectious laugh. He is back on the job this month after a serious motorcycle crash nearly 4 months ago. “If I tell you all the stuff I broke,” Polley said, listing off his injuries. The crash happened around 4:15 ...
Great news..Ginger was adopted 🤗!
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