Duncanville Police Department

  • Agency: Duncanville Police Department
  • Address: 203 E.Wheatland Road, Duncanville, 75138 TX
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (972)223–6111

Duncanville Police Department is located at 203 E.Wheatland Road, Duncanville, 75138 TX. The Duncanville Police Department phone number is (972)223–6111.

Duncanville Police Department News

Texas Parks and Wildlife were in Duncanville, they were leaving some little fishies behind at Lakeside Park. This is part of their Neighborhood Fishin' Reel Fun Close to Home program. They will be dropping off approx. 420 Catfish every two weeks. Just remember the TPW fishing laws under the age of 17 do not need a fishing liscense, limit 2 poles and limit 5 fish per day. Duncanville Parks and Recreation Texas Parks and Wildlife

Today we started issuing report card to help reduce our burglary of motor vehicles. We issued 300 report cards and approximately 100 of those vehicles failed. PLEASE help us help you not become a victim of a vehicle burglary. Remember TAKE/LOCK/HIDE. Take your keys, lock your car and hid your valuables. This includes cells phones, iPad, video cameras, phone chargers, loose change and cash in consoles to name a few things we found.

Reminder today is TAX day, and that the IRS will NOT call you on the phone telling you that you owe money that is a scam, dont fall for it. Also to help with that there is No Taxation without Relaxation: KONA ICE is hosting its "National CHILL OUT DAY" at the Duncanville Chamber 12-2pm today come by for a free cup of tropical shaved ice.

Congratulations to Officer Trevin Green, who had his swearing in ceremony today. Welcome to the Duncanville Police Department! https://youtu.be/8sIP2n5Pg5k

Last week at the city council meeting Chief Brown presented the Duncanville Police Department's quarterly report. Click the following link to view the presentation. https://youtu.be/EzX4y_7pYLs

#DuncanvillePD #Nationalpetday Our pet helps you take a bite out Crime. Be sure to lock your car, take your keys, and hide your valuables. #TakeLockHide

Today begins: #NationalPublicSafetyTelecommunicatorsWeek . We recognize and salute the men and women of the Southwest Regional Communicaions Center (dispatchers for Duncanville, DeSoto, and Cedar Hill first responders, that are the unseen Heroes. They answer your emergency calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We thank you for your invaluable service and support!

Vehicle break-ins continue to happen around town, we are going to be proactive in reminding citizens to TAKE/LOCK/HIDE. We will be going around and putting report cards on vehicles that pass and also ones that fail. Be looking out for our report cards (not they are not real citaions, but we do want you to be proactive with us in the TAKE/LOCK/HIDE movement. https://youtu.be/s9VqK_fa5iE

In honor of National Pet Day, throw back to Duncanville Police K-9 unit. K-9 Azzy and K-9 Pedro served the citizens of Duncanville for many years.

These young ladies are with Village Tech school and did an amazing job last year in collecting items and books for the Duncanville Santa Cop program They came by today to do an inverview and ask if they can do more to help this year. Great job young ladies and thank you so much for what yall are doing.

Press release reference an officer involved shooting today. No officers were injured.

In light of what's been happening to our friends in Austin, please remember if you see a suspicious package do not open it, do not handle it and call 9-1-1 immediately. Let's keep everyone safe. Texans Reminded to Stay Vigilant, Report Suspicious Activity to Authorities AUSTIN – In the wake of the recent bomb explosions in Texas that have killed two and injured several other victims, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging all Texans to remain vigilant and to immediately report any suspicious activity to authorities. If a situation requires an emergency response, call 911. Do NOT approach any unknown or suspicious packages or items – keep a safe distance and notify the authorities immediately. Anyone with information related to the recent bomb explosions is urged to contact the TIPS Hotline 512-472-TIPS (8477) or 1-800-893-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be submitted online via Austin Police Department’s free mobile app (on iPhone and Android). Individuals who provide information may remain anonymous and could collect reward money. For information about the ongoing investigation and reward money being offered, visit the FBI website. Here are some examples of behaviors/activities that Texans anywhere in the state should always report to authorities: • Package, briefcase, suitcase or backpack is left unattended. • Strangers asking questions about building security features and procedures. • Cars or trucks are left in no-parking zones at important buildings. • Chemical smells or fumes that are unusual for the location. • People requesting sensitive information, such as blueprints, security plans or VIP travel schedules, without a need to know. • Purchasing supplies that could be used to make bombs or weapons, or purchasing uniforms without having the proper credentials. • Taking photographs or videos of security features, such as cameras or checkpoints. Texans throughout the state can report suspicious activity to their local law enforcement or through iWATCH (Texas’ suspicious activity reporting program) – either online or by calling in an anonymous report at 1-844-643-2251.

Helping provide some Crime Prevention tips to Citizens at Flavor of Duncanville.

Hope this is not you still sleeping, if so you might have forgot to set your clock forward. If so you might be late to work.

Don't forget it's Spring time and time to spring forward, set your clocks forward an hour on Sunday, March 11th.

The Duncanville Police Department is needing assistance in identifying a suspect in an offense. If anyone can identify this suspect please contact Det. Richbourg at 972-707-3841.

Today is Texas Independence Day. On this day in 1836 Texas declared its independence from Mexico. Settlers held a convention and created the Republic of Texas. That lasted until 1845, which Texas joined the United States.

Chief Brown presenting at our first class for Duncanville Citizen Police Academy Police Association class #55. Week #1 of the 11 week class.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Please be advised there was a traffic accident today in the 1000 block of W. Wheatland Rd. just down the street from Byrd Jr. High. W. Wheatland Rd. is shut down both directions due to power lines and other wires hanging across Wheatland Rd. Expect delays and please take alternate routes. There may be some power outages in the area as well as phone services being interrupted due a phone box also being damaged.

If you haven't seen by now, today another horrific tragedy took place at a high school in Florida. People were not only injured in the shooting but there were also some that lost their lives to this senseless act! Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families, students, faculty and others who were and are going to be affected by this tragedy. We are also lifting up the officers that responded to this because we as fellow officers know that this will also affect them. Our hearts go out to you tonight Florida!