Balcones Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Balcones Heights Police Department
  • Address: 3300 Hillcrest Dr, San Antonio, 78201 TX
  • Chief: Henry Dominguez (Chief of Police)
Phone: 210-735-9212
Fax: 210-735-4954

Balcones Heights Police Department is located at 3300 Hillcrest Dr, San Antonio, 78201 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Henry Dominguez. The Balcones Heights Police Department phone number is 210-735-9212.

Balcones Heights Police Department News

We were honored to be invited to the STREAM Showcase, Open House, & Health & Wellness Fair at St Gregory the Great Catholic School this past Saturday. Pictured are (L-R) Sergeant Rudy Acuna, Chief Darrell Volz, and Officer Richard Martin at our table.

Rest in peace sir!

Balcones Heights Bike Officer Mitch Merta getting a little bike safety advise from some pros...

Unfortunately, we do not have the manpower to station an officer at every traffic signal. That is why we utilize traffic safety cameras.

Thank you for taking the time to share this with us. Our officers are usually pretty humble and I have to find out from different sources about them going above and beyond what is normally expected of them. Regards, Chief Darrell Volz __________________________________________________ Chief Volz, I am writing you to commend and express my thanks to Sergeant Martin Garcia for his continuous acts of professionalism, community service, and dedication to the law enforcement community, especially the Balcones Heights Police Department. Sergeant Martin Garcia recently attended the Recognition and Response to Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) course on February 23, 2018. During that course, Sergeant Martin Garcia and other law enforcement students were introduced to members of the community who had an intellectual and/or developmental disability. The course encouraged the law enforcement students to comingle with those community members. One of the community members was a father and son team who volunteered to be at the training course in order to establish a positive interaction with a law enforcement member. Mr. Todd Mueller and his son Riley Mueller were very attentive and participated, whole-heartedly with the course. Riley Mueller was also dressed in his Junior ROTC uniform and was very proud to display his ribbon for attending a local San Antonio event. During that interaction, Sergeant Martin Garcia was moved by Riley Mueller’s professionalism in uniform, joyous behavior, and proudness of his Junior ROTC uniform and ribbon. Sergeant Martin Garcia showed his dedication to community policing and offered to give Riley Mueller a challenge coin, however he did not have one in possession at the time of the training. Sergeant Martin Garcia asked that I contact Todd and Riley Mueller in order to meet with them as soon as possible, including Sergeant Martin Garcia’s day off so that he could give Riley the challenge coin. After exchanging emails, Sergeant Martin Garcia was able to meet with the father and son days after the class. Sergeant Martin Garcia gave Riley Mueller the Balcones Heights Police Department challenge coin and a San Antonio Police Department Intelligence Detail challenge coin. This act of professionalism, service, and dedication to community policing has brought honor upon Sergeant Martin Garcia and the Balcones Heights Police Department. As an instructor for the Alamo Area Regional Law Enforcement Academy and a Texas peace officer since 1999, I am grateful that you employ Sergeant Martin Garcia and sustain him in his efforts to continuously perform his law enforcement duties and bring honor upon the Balcones Heights Police Department, all the while improving community relations in this dire time in law enforcement. I firmly believe that this act of kindness will forever be a positive memory for Todd and Riley Mueller. It is my hope that you will thank Sergeant Martin Garcia in the most appropriate way for his participation in the course I taught him, his dedication to community policing, and his act of kindness to a young man who looks up to police officers. Respectfully, Jose Robledo Law Enforcement Academy Instructor Alamo Area Regional Law Enforcement Academy Criminal Justice Division, Public Safety Department

So sad!

So sad!