Nolanville Police Department is located at 101 N 5th St, Nolanville, 76559 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Gary L Kent. The Nolanville Police Department phone number is 254-698-6334.
Good job to you and your team Chief Worsdale
National Night Out CALENDAR DATE: Tuesday, October 4, 2016 What is National Night Out? NNO is a large number of individual neighborhood gatherings on the first Tuesday night in October. These gatherings are your opportunity to strengthen community relations by getting to know your neighbors. It is our opportunity to pass on information to you about anti-crime programs and drug prevention awareness. The gatherings tell criminals that the neighborhoods are organized and are fighting back. What do I need to do to organize our event? You will need to: Get a group of volunteers to help you work on the event (HOA board, etc). Find a place in your neighborhood to have the event (pool, park, etc). Set a time (Most Nolanville NNO events will take from 3P-7P.) Decide on what type of food you may want (donations, volunteers, pot luck). Decide on what type of activities you may want. Decide on how to get the word out to your neighbors (HOA bulletin, postings, flyers). The Nolanville Police department plans to visit every event. Your event information is forwarded to multiple Nolanville government officials and area representatives so they may also come visit some events. Sometimes calls for service or the number of events registered prevent some groups from visiting every event, but they most certainly try. For more information Contact Chief Kent at email@example.com or (254) 698-6334) and leave your name, number, address, as well as a time when you can be reach.
National Night Out is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime. We invite you to attend the event, meet your neighbors and commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in your community. This year, National Night Out is Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016. National Night Out is designed to: Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness Generate support and participation in crime efforts Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community relations Let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. During the event, residents in neighborhoods throughout Nolanville and across the nation are asked to turn on their porch lights, lock their doors and spend the evening outside with their neighbors, police officers, firefighters and EMS paramedics. Events such as cookouts, block parties and neighborhood walks will all occur simultaneously throughout the city and nationwide.
Over the past couple of months, we have been responding to several alarm calls. Some of the residential alarms, at homes like yours, are being set off due to the front/back door not being shut all the way. Sometimes, these doors are opened by a simple gust of wind. Take an extra couple of seconds out of your day to double-check that your doors are secure before you leave your home everyday. NPD is a 24 hours, 7 days a week department, and we actively patrol every neighborhood in the City of Nolanville. Have a great week!
Join us for some family fun!
The Nolanville Police Department is recruiting softball players for the softball game at National Night Out on October 4, 2016. The game teams will consist of the Central Bell County Fire Department vs The Nolanville Police Department & Citizens of Nolanville. If you're interested in signing up, contact The Nolanville Police Department at 254-698-6334, or sign up at the Train Whistle Jamboree on September 17, 2016!
Stop by the Central Bell County FD for a quick lunch in Nolanville. Burgers and hot dogs are being sold for only $2 each. The 100 block of North Main Street smells amazing!
National Night Out is the nation's night out against crime. This year, the city of Nolanville will celebrate National Night Out on Tuesday, October 4th 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Northside Baptist Church located at 1800 US 190 in Nolanville. Every year, Nolanville residents come out by the hundreds to join their neighbors at neighborhood block parties all across the city. National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support and participation in crime efforts, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community relations, and let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back! During the event, residents in neighborhoods throughout Nolanville and across the nation are asked to turn on their porch lights, lock their doors and spend the evening outside with their neighbors, Police Officers, Firefighters and EMS personnel. Events such as cookouts, block parties and neighborhood walks will all occur simultaneously throughout the city and nationwide. Neighborhoods across the nation host block parties and cookouts in the community. Our family-friendly National Night Out will consist of: safety demos, games, food vendors, business vendors, local resources information, music, visits and vehicle displays from emergency/first responder and military personnel, registration for community programs, and crime prevention information.
National Night Out is right around the corner! If you're interested in hosting a backyard BBQ for your block/neighborhood on October 4, 2016 please contact Cpl. Alaniz at firstname.lastname@example.org This year, we are encouraging BBQ hosts to set a theme for their party! Some theme ideas: 80's party, Hawaiian Luau, Mexican Fiesta, 50's Doo-Wop Party, Texas Pride Party, Superheroes Costume Party, etc. Contact us soon to reserve your theme. Personalized block party invitations will be provided to the hosts, set to the theme of your party! All hosts will be entered into a Best Block Party Theme contest, and the winner will receive a prize and recognition. If you have any other ideas in mind, please contact Cpl. Alaniz. The purpose of this event is to keep our community together. By working together, the Nolanville Police Department and the citizens of Nolanville can create a successful National Night Out!
The Nolanville Police Department would like to remind our citizens to hide or remove any items of value from their vehicles. Remember to lock your vehicles to avoid becoming a victim of theft/burglary. Please report any suspicious activity that you see to the Nolanville Police Department at 254-698-6334 or 911. The Nolanville Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Nolanville Police Department invites our citizens!
The Nolanville Police Department will be providing 2 firearm safety kits per household to local residents through a partnership with Project ChildSafe, the nationwide firearms safety education program. The safety kits, which include a gun lock, will be distributed at our annual event, National Night Out. National Night Out will be held at the Northside Baptist Church located at 1800 US-190 in Nolanville on October 4th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The Nolanville Police Department is seeking volunteers who are interested in participating in the annual National Night Out crime prevention event. This year National Night Out will take place on October 4th. We are looking for citizens within our community who are interested in partnering up with the Nolanville Police Department to maintain a strong community relationship within our neighborhoods. Businesses and vendors who would like to set up a booth, table, or host an activity at National Night Out are encouraged to participate. The Nolanville Police Department is also signing up citizens interested in participating in sports events. We are planning for a half-court 3-on-3 basketball game, as well as a baseball and/or dodge ball game at the event. Community members who are interested in hosting a block party may also contact the Nolanville Police Department. Hosts of the block parties will be entered into the "Best Block Party" contest with recognition for the most creative block party. Citizens interested in participating in the National Night Out event may contact Corporal Alaniz at 254-383-4615 for more information.
Got a visit from Cavasos Elementary student Hayden. She presented us with a collage from her class. It's always great to be appreciated by the children in our city.
Today the kindergarteners from Cavazos Elementary visited our Police Department! They learned about vehicle safety measures they can take, such as wearing their seat belt in vehicles and a safety helmet on their bike rides. Officer High shared some bicycle riding safety tips with the students, along with showing them all the neat things his patrol bike can do! We shared gun safety tips, crosswalk safety, and recycling education as well. Some of the students were curious to become Police Officers, and we hope they'll be Nolanville Police Department Officers in the near future! The safety of our citizens is the number one priority for the Nolanville Police Department. We are so pleased and thankful for their visit today!
Cavazos Elementary's 1st grade classes stopped by the Nolanville Police Department for a tour and education on our professions. The tour was very informative and exciting. The first graders had the opportunity to ask Officer High and Corporal Alaniz questions they have always had about working in law enforcement. The students ended their tour with a beautiful picnic under the shady trees located in front of the Nolanville Municipal Building. Each student was given coloring books, safety information booklets, crayons and their very own Junior Officer sticker badge! Thank you for stopping by! We look forward to more visits from you all soon!
Loki, a fixed male Pit Bull is about a year old. He was surrendered to City Hall. He is UTD on all shots and seems to be a good dog! If you are interested please contact Animal Control at 254-258-0187.
The Chief of Police, Officer Llinet, and Corporal Alaniz visited Cavazos Elementary this morning to spend time with the little citizens of Nolanville.