Brownsville Police Department

  • Agency: Brownsville Police Department
  • Address: 600 E Jackson St, Brownsville, 78520 TX
  • Chief: Carlos Garcia (Chief of Police)
Phone: 956-548-7000
Fax: 956-548-7058
Email:

Brownsville Police Department is located at 600 E Jackson St, Brownsville, 78520 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Carlos Garcia. The Brownsville Police Department phone number is 956-548-7000.

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Brownsville Police Department 19th Annual Christmas for Kids 2017 Oil Change Fundraiser

Red Ribbon Week BPD Office of Community Affairs Officers held Red Ribbon Week presentations at Russell Elementary and Keller Elementary on October 30, 2017. A big Thank you to all the Counselors, teachers and staff!

Congratulations to the ladies of the Brownsville Police Department Records division for having the best Halloween decoration within the department. A BIG Thank You goes out to our judges Ms Laura Martinez and Mr. Miguel Roberts.

“Red Ribbon Week” Officers from the Brownsville Police Department Office of Community Affairs and McGruff participated in Morningside Elementary Red Ribbon Week Rally. Their slogan for this year’s Red Ribbon Week is "May the Force be with you against Bullying and Drugs". A big “Thank You” goes out to Mrs. Laura B. Calderoni and all the Morningside Elementary Staff for the invite.

Brownsville Police Department Officers to participate in November Testicular Cancer Awareness "This November we are growing a beard to raise funds and awareness for Testicular Cancer and we encourage you to do the same. If you can’t grow facial hair you can sponsor someone who can, or donate in honor of someone currently fighting a cancer that affect men’s health. This initiative is fun, opens up a dialogue to discuss men’s health issues, and is helping fight the most common cancer in males ages 15-34. All donations received from the Beard Patrol campaign go directly towards the mission of Testicular Cancer Foundation to provide education, awareness and support about testicular cancer across the country. We are proud to be a part of this movement, and appreciate your support! Grow On!" - Beard Patrol

Brownsville Police Department Community Affairs Officers conduct a safety presentation at DJ Lerma head start. Thank you to all the DJ Lerma Staff.

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BPD Office of Community Affairs On Oct 18th, Officers from the Brownsville Police Department Office of Community Affairs spoke to students at the Charles Isbell Head Start about importance of child safety seats and provided some Halloween safety tips.

Americo Paredes Elementary School Caring Adults Reaching Everyone (C.A.R.E. Partner). A program that allows students to interact with career oriented individuals and be role models to them. A big "Thank You" goes out to Paredes Elementary.

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Coyotes Brownsville Animal Control has received several complaints of possible coyote sightings in the area of Acacia Lake Dr. We would like to remind the public to be cautious since these animals could possibly have rabies. If you happen to come across one or see one of these animals, do not get near it and call animal control immediately at (956)548-7000.

Congratulations to Sgt Joe Davila on his recent retirement!

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT National School Bus Safety Week (Oct 16-20) Friendly reminder that this week is "School Bus Safety" week. Please be aware of all school buses as they load or unload children. It is unlawful to pass a school bus displaying a visual signal - either flashing red lights or a stop sign. Remember, by being aware of our school buses, you are making sure all children will have a safe trip to and from school. http://www.txdot.gov/inside-txdot/media-center/psas/distracted-driving/school-bus-safety.html

Death Investigation 10/11/17 @ 4:09 pm 2500 block of Weslaco Road On Wednesday, October 11, 2017, Officers responded to 2500 block of Weslaco Road in reference to a death investigation. Upon arrival officers discovered 25 year old female in her master bedroom deceased. No sign of trauma was noted but an autopsy was ordered by JP Linda Salazar to determine the cause of death. Case remains active pending further investigation and autopsy results.

Call Brownsville Crime Stoppers (956)546-TIPS

Hable a la linea de testigos contra el crimen 546-8477. Su llamada es anonima!!!