Temple Police Department

  • Agency: Temple Police Department
  • Address: 209 E. Avenue A, Temple, 76501 TX
  • Chief:
Phone: (254) 298-5500
Fax: 254-298-5572
Email:
Website:

Temple Police Department is located at 209 E. Avenue A, Temple, 76501 TX. The Temple Police Department phone number is (254) 298-5500.

Temple Police Department News

Leave your valuables at home! If you accidentally bring something of value to Bloomin Temple Festival, lock it in the trunk of your car (and make sure not one is watching you do so!). #TPDBloominTips

TODAY 8pm through SUNDAY at Noon: Both directions of I-35 will be closed as the last remaining piece of the old bridges at the Central/Adams interchange are removed. Alternate routes are advised. Expect delays. #TempleTraffic

Check back in daily for your #TPDBloominTips! 😎🌸

Something to remember on 4/20.

SATURDAY 8pm through SUNDAY at Noon: Both directions of I-35 will be closed as the last remaining piece of the old bridges at the Central/Adams interchange are removed. Alternate routes are advised. Expect delays. #TempleTraffic

TONIGHT from 7pm to 7am, the northbound frontage-road traffic in Temple will move to new pavement between Adams Ave. & Nugent Ave. Plan appropriately. #TempleTraffic

Our Officers are still standing! Also, it's #NationalHighFiveDay!! Thanks to Belton ISD’s Lakewood Elementary for hosting this event today! Ride 2 Recovery, it was an honor to have you in the City of Temple, today!

We’re ready to ride with the group from Ride 2 Recovery! #tryingtokeepup #beforepicture #TPDCOPS

A special thank you to the Mclennan County Sheriff's Office and their Bomb Squad, 797th Ordnance Company - EOD out of Fort Hood-Army Base, Temple Fire & Rescue, AMR Temple EMS & our TPD officers today. Interagency cooperation at it's finest. #TPDevacuation

‪To everyone evacuated, diverted in traffic, who shared the info and who cooperated as we took the precautions necessary to keep Temple safe, THANK YOU. The refrigerator was, thankfully, empty! Lockdown's, roadblocks and the evacuation has been lifted. #TPDevacuation ‬

Evacuation is lifted! Thank you for your patience! #TPDevacuation

We’re still working the scene. In the meantime, remember the roadblocks and avoid the section of 31st St between H & R. Thank you for your patience! #TPDevacuation

McClennan County Sheriff Department’s Bomb Squad has arrived to begin the assessment, assisted by Fort Hood’s EOD. #TPDevacuation

‪Scott, Travis and Dickson schools are on soft lockdown @TempleISD #TPDevacuation ‬

Residents that have been evactuated in the 2 block radius: go to the Summit Recereation Center (620 Fryers Creek Circle). #TPDevacuation

Update: Continue to check our facebook page or Twitter for any updates. Around the intersection of 31st and M: All roads will be blocked within a 4 block radius. If you are within a 2 block radius, evacuate the zone immediately. Within an 8 block radius, shelter in place. Check back here or on twitter for updates to this suspicious package event. #TPDevacuation

‪Suspicious refrigerator left on the porch of the Cricket Wireless in Temple is being investigated by TPD and Fort Hood. The surrounding area is being evacuated as a precautionary measure. ‬

Thank you KXXV Central Texas News Now for including us in your #25Cares Random Acts of Kindness! Pass it on!

Service with a smile! 😁 Cpl Vela working hard to clear up a crash at Adams at Kegley. #templetraffic

This adorable little girl gave our media relations specialist this wonderful pirate captains hat when TPD visited her class the other day! Isn’t she talented?? 😋 #tpdcommunity Belton ISD

We won't quit our day jobs...#NationalHaikuDay Can you write us a better police Haiku? Our favorite will be shared tonight!

Congratulations to our very own ”beat” reporter, Deborah McKeon, for winning third place in the Star Reporter of the Year category for her criminal justice articles! Temple Daily Telegram

SURPRISE!! We've extended the deadline to apply to our Explorers program until April 20th! PLEASE SHARE! Download registration forms here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1mBWr6kDeRw0MCeY_VUPl8mbTdfuLoDS3?usp=sharing

Please join us in thanking Officer Teer for his hard work and dedication to our department and the citizens we serve. Officer Teer received the VFW Officer of the Year award! #TPDproud #VFWOfficerOfTheYear

Ofc. Johnson hanging out with some kids while out on a call. #TempleCommunity