Lewisville Police Department

  • Agency: Lewisville Police Department
  • Address: 1187 West Main Street, Lewisville, 75067 TX
  • Chief:

Lewisville Police Department is located at 1187 West Main Street, Lewisville, 75067 TX. The Lewisville Police Department phone number is 972.219.3600.

Lewisville Police Department News

Chief's Weekly Summary -

Pictured are several members of our Public Safety Communications team. National Public Safety Telecommunications Week is the perfect opportunity to thank these public servants for their excellent work. Thanks for taking your service to our citizens so seriously!

The Lewisville Police Department is committed to serving victims of crime! This is a crucial week for us to reflect upon and think about victims of crimes. Each day we advocate for victim’s rights, and there has been great progress made. Still, it only takes a quick look around us, in the media, in our local communities, in everyday dialogue, to see that challenges remain. According to the Office of Victims of Crime about 50% of violent crimes are not reported, and only a fraction of victims receive the help they need. Domestic violence remains one of the most underreported crimes, for various reasons. Every day we speak to victims who are in fear of being deported, losing custody of their children, becoming financially unstable, or not being believed. Victims’ rights are not all equal, and often go unenforced or ignored. As demonstrated through this national week of recognition each year, conversation and collaboration is necessary for further change. Our Victims' Advocate, Detective Charlene Collins, is dedicated to reaching victims of crime and offering services to assist them. We work closely with other organizations to make sure the needs of our victims are met.

Here is a great opportunity to support Special Olympics.

Chief's Weekly Summary -

Come and join us this Wednesday for Coffee with Cops at LHS Killough Campus, 1301 Summit Avenue.

UPDATE: We were unable to locate the suspect. He was described as a black male 6‘2“ weighing 240 pounds wearing an orange shirt with shorts. If you see someone matching that description call 911. LISD has lifted the lock out on the three campuses.

If you get a postcard like this in the mail, please be aware it is not from the City of Lewisville Utilities. The city is not requesting volunteers for water sampling at this time. Our drinking water is tested regularly and meets or exceeds all state and federal (EPA) drinking water requirements.

Chief's Weekly Summary, April 2, 2018 -

Chief's Weekly Summary -

Job well done Austin PD! Great partnership with federal partners - ATF and FBI!!

Chief's Weekly Summary -

New Press Release https://www.cityoflewisville.com/Home/Components/News/News/3039/710?backlist=%2f

We are looking forward to meeting with our community members tomorrow evening. Come and join us!

Don't forget about our next Coffee with Cops Event on March 6. Hope to see you there!

Join the Lewisville Police Department on Tuesday, March 6 for Coffee with Cops.

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A Twitter message sent to Flower Mound PD reference the recent incident where a student brought a firearm onto the campus at Marcus stated that it wasn't done there and that an accomplice would do something there today. There is no active threat at any of the LHS campuses but as a precaution, we beefed up security at all three locations. While we are always concerned about child safety, we are acutely aware of the uneasy feeling regarding the recent Florida incident. We drill on a regular basis with our officers and civilians as well as all schools in Lewisville on lock-down techniques and evacuation plan should such an event occur. What we also want to do is minimize any rumors or cause for unnecessary panic. Our anonymous tip line is 972-219-TIPS (8477) or download our free TIP411 app on your iPhone or Android device to report any suspicious activity you observe.

Uniform Crime Report shows mixed numbers on crime The 2017 Uniform Crime Report shows a slight increase in Lewisville, with major crimes showing declines. Lewisville Police Department captures crime statistics for both voluntary submission to the UCR and for departmental use. Lewisville has a relatively low number of reports among several crime types, so small numerical changes can represent large percentage changes. For example, there were no murders in 2016 and three in 2017. For more information and the full media story visit the link below.

Our hearts are breaking today for our brothers in blue at the Richardson Police Department.

Thank you to Gwinna Pedigo for her 32 years of dedicated service to the City of Lewisville. You helped so many through tough times and was always there to support both the Police Department and the Fire Department. Wishing you a wonderful retirement!

Coffee with Cops at Starbucks on Hebron Parkway. We are here until 9 am.

Wishing you all a safe and prosperous new year! Please celebrate responsibly.

Members of our department partnered with Journey to Dream, a local nonprofit to help youth, for Shop with a Cop.