Flower Mound Police Department

  • Agency: Flower Mound Police Department
  • Address: 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane, Flower Mound, 75028 TX
  • Chief: Kenneth Brooker (Chief of Police)
Phone: 972.539.0525
Fax: 972.874.3362

Flower Mound Police Department is located at 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane, Flower Mound, 75028 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Brooker. The Flower Mound Police Department phone number is 972.539.0525.

Flower Mound Police Department News

**This class is FULL as of March 7** Please stay tuned for future class dates. The Flower Mound Police Department is offering a free Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) self-defense course on Saturday, April 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Flower Mound Police Department. This class is free, and open to female residents of Flower Mound, or female members of the business community 18 years and older. Please note, girls 13 and older may participate if accompanied by a female adult member of their immediate family. To register, please call 972.874.3304, or email your name, address, and phone number to policetraining@flower-mound.com.

Last fall, the Flower Mound Police Department launched a new program for people who may need assistance but have difficulty communicating. The “Find My Home” (FMH) program was originally geared toward people suffering from dementia, or have had a stroke, or other similar health issues that make it difficult or impossible for them to properly identify themselves. FMPD has expanded the program to include children with intellectual or cognitive disabilities, or those on the autism spectrum who are non-communicative. The key to FMH is its searchable database that can be utilized in several ways. If a family reports their loved one missing, or officers find a person who cannot communicate to the officer where they live, the FMH database can be used as long as a caregiver has enrolled their loved one in the free program. Flower Mound residents can enroll for free by visiting www.flower-mound.com/FMH or stopping by the Flower Mound Police Department, 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane, and filling out an application. To complete registration, the applicant must have a recent photograph of the enrollee and the enrollment must be updated every two years to help ensure officers are working with the best information. FMPD plans to connect with Lewisville ISD, the Flower Mound Senior Center, and area assisted living/memory care facilities to coordinate Find My Home ID events, so be sure to keep an eye on our website, Facebook, and Twitter pages to know when an event is coming up.

Tonight, from 10 p.m. to midnight the Flower Mound Police Department’s non-emergency phone number (972.539.0525) will be out of operation, for a mandatory telephone system upgrade. This will not impact 9-1-1 calls, and residents should call 9-1-1 with both emergency and non-emergency concerns during the outage.

Stop by the Flower Mound Public Library on Monday, February 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to have a FREE digital child ID kit made for your child. The ID kit includes pertinent information such as your child's name, address, birth date, and any medical conditions, in addition a current photo and fingerprints will be taken on site. If ever needed, this important tool will give authorities vital information to assist their efforts to locate a missing child. Can't make this event? Don't worry, FMPD hosts weekend and evening ID kit events periodically as well. Details on upcoming events will be released when finalized.

Two of our School Resource Officers, Jenna Taylor and Erik White had lunch at Liberty Elementary with Principal Tim Greenwell and the students. Mr. Greenwell puts the "pal" in Principal! Thanks for having us as your guests.

Happy #NationalLoveYourPetDay from Officer Matt Dolan and his K-9 partner, Paige!

Please see the attached press release for details on an incident at Edward S. Marcus High School involving the arrest of a student for possessing a firearm on school property.

Do you recognize this person? Flower Mound Police need your help in identifying this man who entered an unlocked vehicle in an alley behind Lopo Road on Monday, February 12. Call 972.539.0525 with any information. Don’t become a victim – LOCK your vehicle and never leave valuables inside!

The Rotary Club of Cross Timbers honored Officer Chris Coots by presenting him with the Rotary Vocational Service Award this morning. Officer Coots has been with FMPD since 2012 and is assigned to the Patrol Division as a bicycle officer. Well-deserved Chris! Congratulations, and thanks for all you do for our community.

We are now accepting applications to the popular Citizens Police Academy. This 10-week course is free to Flower Mound residents, and explores the inner workings of the Flower Mound Police Department. Classes will meet Thursdays from 7 to 9:30 p.m. and one Saturday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. beginning Thursday, March 29 at the Police Department, 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane. The class will conclude on Thursday, May 31 with a graduation dinner the following day. Please visit: http://www.flower-mound.com/citizenpoliceacademy to download an application, or pick one up in person at the Police Station. Space is limited - apply early!

Detective Joe Adcock, our nationally recognized child crimes expert had the pleasure of speaking at the Children's Advocacy Center of Denton County's groundbreaking ceremony this week along with CEO, Kristen Howell, State Sen. Jane Nelson, and Capital Campaign Steering Committee Co-Chair Jody Smith. The CACDC and the forensic interviews they provide are an integral part of successful case development and prosecution for victims who are often too young to speak for themselves.

TRAFFIC UPDATE: If you are traveling on FM 2499 on Friday, January 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., please see info below. Starting at 9 a.m. on Friday, January 26, construction crews will close one lane northbound at the Gerault flyover until noon, approximately. Following that work, southbound FM 2499 will be reduced to one lane at the Gerault flyover, but should be open by 3 p.m. During that time, crews will be moving heavy equipment, concrete barricades, and striping lanes. Workers may also need to stop traffic for short periods of time while heavy equipment is being moved. Please expect delays during this time. Thank you, in advance, for your patience.

Seeing smoke in the area? There is no fire in Flower Mound, however you're likely seeing smoke from a grass fire northeast of Robson Ranch. Flower Mound Fire Department are providing mutual aid.

Ready to make a difference in the community? Join our team! The Flower Mound Police Department is accepting applications for Police Officer/Recruits. Apply at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/flowermoundtx

**UPDATE** All roads impacted by today's grass fire (US 377, FM 1171), all directions, have fully reopened. Have a safe commute home, everyone!

Last night we had seven car burglaries. All the vehicles were unlocked. All of the offenses occurred in Beat 3, which mostly encompasses streets north of FM 1171, east of FM 2499 and south of College Parkway. This series of offenses were all in the neighborhood of Rustic Timbers. Please keep an eye out for your neighbors and call if you see anything suspicious and most off all take property out of your vehicles and lock them up.

On a chilly day like today, giving your vehicle a chance to warm up before hopping in sounds pretty appealing – just be sure you’re abiding by state law when doing this. It is against the law to leave an unlocked vehicle running, unattended, with the keys in the ignition. If your vehicle has remote start capabilities, which requires the key to be placed in the ignition or physically present in the vehicle before operation can occur – you’re not in violation of state law. Failure to abide can result in vehicle theft, theft of property inside the vehicle, and a fine. Be smart, keep your property safe, and stay warm!

Many of these crimes are completely preventable! Always take your belongs, and lock your vehicle!

Welcome to Flower Mound, Officers Jordan Boehm and Rodney Adame! Both officers were sworn-in yesterday during a special ceremony at the Police Department. Officer Adame is no stranger to Flower Mound, previously serving as an officer with the FMPD for 14 years before a brief move to the Houston area. Officer Boehm officially graduated from the Police Academy last night and is new to the department.

We hope you'll join us this Friday, January 5 at Moviehouse & Eatery for Coffee with a Cop, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Coffee with a Cop is a great way for the community to get to know members of the Flower Mound Police Department, ask questions, address any concerns, all while enjoying a great cup of coffee (or a bottomless icee). Hope to see you this Friday evening!