Prosper Police Department

  • Agency: Prosper Police Department
  • Address: 101 S. Main St, Prosper, 75078 TX
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Phone: 972-347-2226
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Prosper Police Department is located at 101 S. Main St, Prosper, 75078 TX. The Prosper Police Department phone number is 972-347-2226.

Prosper Police Department News

Last week, the Prosper Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA) class led by Sgt. McGee focused on an inside look at sobriety testing and the DWI problem. McGee is a public speaker for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the lead Standard Field Sobriety Test (SFST) Instructor at Collin College, a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) , Advanced Roadside Impairment Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) certified, and an expert in DWI and DRE investigations both in the field and in the courtroom. After DWI discussion, attendees were able to try on Alcohol Impairment Simulation goggles that demonstrated what it is like to be under the influence of alcohol with a sober mind.

Thank you to Leslie’s Pool Supplies and everyone who attended and participated in Kid Print on Saturday at the Grand Opening of Leslie’s Pool Supplies. The Kid Print program gives parents a simple way to keep their children’s fingerprints and information should they ever have an emergency. If you missed us on Saturday, be sure to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ our page to stay up-to-date on upcoming events with Prosper Police Department.

Meet Communications Supervisor, Gayla Scheidler! She is originally from Oklahoma but has been with the Town or Prosper since 2014 and has been a dispatcher since 2000. She has 4 wonderful children and 5 and 1/2 (one on the way) grandchildren. When she’s not at work, she enjoys riding her motorcycles 🏍 , camping and anything outdoors!

Meet Communications Officer, Nikki Wilson! She has been with Prosper PD since September 2017. Before her time here, she worked 11 years at Garland ISD, and 2 years at Allen ISD. When Nikki isn’t at work you can find her spending time with her adorable 8-year-old, working out 💪 or looking for new recipes in Pinterest! She always has a smile on her face and you can usually hear her laughter from down the hallway! If you know Nikki, you also know she has a love for cheesy 80’s horror films! #NPSTW

Meet Communications Officers Andrea Raber (left) and Delanna Copeland! Andrea joined our team in April 2013. Andrea has been married for 19 years and has 3 wonderful children. She also has a 6-month-old grandbaby who she adores! She loves spending time with her family and attending Rangers games! Delanna has been with Prosper PD since September 2011. Delanna has been married for 20 years and has 3 children that she adores. She enjoys reading, watching the Dallas Stars and spending time with her family. #NPSTW

Meet Communications Manager, Roxanna Johnson! Rox joined the Prosper Police Department in January of 2016. Roxanna’s parents took her to the Drive-In theatre when she was 3-years-old to watch Jaws and she has had a serious obsession with Great White Sharks ever since! Duunnn dunnn… duuuunnnnn duun… duuunnnnnnnn dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dunnnnnnnnnnn dunnn! #NPSTW

Meet Communications Officer, Tiffany McDorman! Tiffany started with Prosper Police Department in September of 2017 after working with The Colony Police Department for 5 years. She has been married for 20 years, she is the mother of 4 beautiful kiddos and she will be a first time Grandma in September! Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family doing outdoor hobbies such as hunting, fishing, camping, boating and shoot bows. #NPSTW

Meet Dispatcher, Devin Reaves! Devin joined our team in January of this year and we are thrilled to have her on board! If you know Devin, you know she has two loves: cats and Star Wars! #NPSTW

Dispatch Rocks! As part of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week we are going to be introducing you to our communications team! Stay tuned and give us a follow so that you can meet them! #NPSTW

Check out our photos from our Citizen's Police Academy last Thursday. Students were taught about the Judicial System, Accident Investigations, and Traffic Stops. The class was taught by Officers Jones and Travis with assistance from the Citizens on Patrol and Prosper Fire Department as scenario actors.

9-1-1 dispatchers are the unseen backbone of emergency services, the first, first responders. With that, it’s important that we recognize these individuals for their ability to bring calm to chaos and their dedication to helping others — Thank you to our Town of Prosper dispatchers! https://youtu.be/wsgihLKs8vY

Traffic signals are back to normal. Due to fog the traffic signals eastbound at Coit and Prosper Trail and east and westbound at Dallas Parkway and First Street are not cycling properly. Officers are on scene and the traffic signals will be changed to a four way flash. Please use caution in these areas.

We want to remind you to always buckle up! Texas law requires every person in the vehicle to buckle up. Show us your #SeatbeltSelfie in the comments! (Sgt. Golden has not mastered a full selfie yet, but we are working with him.) #Adam12 #SeatbeltChallenge

At our Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA) last night students learned about crime scene and evidence collection and were able to learn and execute lifting finger prints. The class was instructed by Detective Windon, Officer Hubbard and assisted by Officer Arredondo. We are very happy to be able to give our residents first-hand exposure to our police department!

#Traffic Eastbound US 380 shut down at Dallas North Tollway due to major vehicle collision. Please find an alternate route and use caution.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Remember to be safe and find a sober ride home today.

St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow! Do you have a sober ride home?

Prosper PD and Prosper Fire Department participated in this video featuring First Responders around Texas! Prosper FD is featured at 1:56 and Prosper PD is featured at 2:03. Thank you for sharing Legacy Home Staging! https://youtu.be/RsCMWASwiZA

Considering recent events that have occurred in Austin, Texas it is understandable that residents may have concerns about packages left at their homes. At this time, Prosper has had no similar incidents occur and no threats have been made to our area. Below are a few points to keep in mind when dealing with packages that you may find suspicious. We would like to emphasize that at this time we have no indication that the events in Austin, Texas are related to our area and we are just wanting to provide our community with information that is helpful anytime you are dealing with a package at your residence. 1. If you observe a package at your residence that is not related to a recent purchase or order made by anyone in your residence, do NOT touch it. Do not let anyone near it. Call 911 and report the package. 2. If you have made a recent purchase or order and observe a package at your residence that is NOT clearly addressed to you, does NOT contain a return address, or appears suspicious for any other reason, do NOT touch it. Do not let anyone near it. Call 911 and report it. 3. If you observe any package at your residence that you find suspicious due to any noise it is making, any peculiar odor, or because of leaking powders or liquids, or suspicious wires/strings, do NOT touch it. Do not let anyone near it. Call 911 and report it.

Happy International Women's Day! Here are a few members of our dispatch team hard at work.

UPDATE: Parvin at Good Hope is now open. Traffic Alert: Parvin Road is closed west of the Parvin and Good Hope intersection due to flooding. Please use caution and do not drive around barricades.

Prosper Dispatch was able to visit Richardson Dispatch early last week and deliver a care package. They were able to supply them with refreshments and a card offering our support and condolences. #DispatchStrong