Santa Fe Police Department

  • Agency: Santa Fe Police Department
  • Address: 3650 N FM646, Santa Fe, 77510 TX
  • Chief: Kenneth Campbell (Chief of Police)
Phone: 409-925-2000
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Santa Fe Police Department is located at 3650 N FM646, Santa Fe, 77510 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Campbell. The Santa Fe Police Department phone number is 409-925-2000.

Santa Fe Police Department News

Message from Santa Fe City Fire Marshal, Tony Dauphine This message is a reminder that burn permits are required for all open burning within the city limits. The grace period for Hurricane Harvey has expired. Again, burn permits are required for open burning within the city limits of Santa Fe. Also, debris pickup is completed. No more debris pickup will be scheduled. Please tell your friends and neighbors that may not have received this message. Thank you.

A message from Galveston County: Following the unprecedented flooding of Hurricane Harvey, many county residents are now on the long road to recovery. In order to best assist affected residents, Galveston County put together a Disaster Assistance Outreach Form which is designed to assess damage and long-term needs. If your home was affected by Hurricane Harvey, please fill out the online form at www.GalvestonCountyDisasterRecovery.com

FEMA has extended registration for individual assistance until November 30th, 2017. https://www.facebook.com/226494344058389/photos/a.298110056896817.67447.226494344058389/1690164751024667/?type=3

The Santa Fe Police Department will be holding a Civil Service Exam for Entry Level Police Officer on December 9th, 2017, to be held at the Justice Center, 3650 N. FM 646, in Santa Fe at 9am. Interested persons wishing to sit for the exam must pre-register with the Civil Service Director, no later than 14 days prior to the date of the exam. For more information, please consult the attached document.

The Santa Fe Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Dispatcher, Dispatch Application Packets can be found at https://www.ci.santa-fe.tx.us/Santafe_pdf/Job_postings/dispatcher%20application%202017.pdf Contact Communications Supervisor, Michael Howell at (409)925-2000 for more information.

Reminder: The Homecoming Parade will be held this Wednesday 10/25/17 at 6:30pm, going from Runge Park to SFHS. Hwy 6 will be blocked from Jackson @ Hwy 6 past the High School during the event.

Santa Fe residents. The final debris pick up will be the week of October 23. No storm debris will be picked up after Friday October 27. Any disposal of debris after Friday October 27 will be the responsibility of the resident. Please help pass this message on to others. Thank you for your help

This message is to advise Santa Fe residents that the City has completed the first round of heavy debris pickup. The second round will begin Monday morning October 16. Please have all heavy debris at curb side Monday morning. A map of the pickup route is posted on the bulletin board at City Hall.

Press Release Contact:Lieutenant Greg Boody E-Mail:greg@ci.santa-fe.tx.us FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RE: Juvenile Arrest for Unlawful Carry of a Weapon On 10-10-17 at 3:30 pm, officers with the Santa Fe Police Department were dispatched to 4206 Warpath Ave. (HEB Pantry) in reference to a person with a gun. While en route, officers learned that the subject was observed placing the handgun into a backpack and then walking away from HEB towards Warpath Ave. Responding officers were given a description of the subject and arrived in the area a short time later and began searching for the subject. The responding officers located two subjects at the Fritz Barnett Intermediate School walking together and both of the subjects’ clothing matched the description provided by the caller. Both subjects were then detained for investigative purposes. During the course of the investigation, one of the subjects was found to be in possession of a handgun. The subject with the handgun was found to be 15 years of age and was placed under arrest and charged with Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon in a Weapon Free Zone. The subject was transported to the Santa Fe Police Department for processing. After processing, the subject was then transported to the Juvenile Justice Center in Texas City. It is not known at this time how the subject came into possession of the handgun. This incident remains under investigation and possible additional charges are pending. If additional charges are filed and/or if other suspects are uncovered, that information will be released at that time.

NOTICE The City of Santa Fe Emergency Operations Future Planning meeting scheduled for this evening has been postponed until Tuesday October 24th at 6:30 PM.

Please Join Us tomorrow for National Coffee with A Cop Day !

National Night Out is Tuesday, Oct 3, 2017. NNO is about getting out in your area and getting to know your neighbors. If anyone is planning an event in their area please notify the PD and we will do our best to try and stop by your event.

American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Assistance redcross.org/HHIA Application Tips • Applications are only being accepted through redcross.org/HHIA. • Pending applicants don’t need to reapply as we are processing these registrations. Re-applying could cause further delays. • If you don’t have an email address, click the “Need an email?” link on the site to create one. • Remember the email address and password you use to login. You may need this information to complete the process. • Check your email and texts for updates. This is how you will be notified about your application status. • We have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to fraud and aggressively pursue fraudulent activities. If you are aware of fraud, contact your local law enforcement or disasterfraud@redcross.org. • Other forms of Red Cross support will still be available for everyone affected, including sheltering, cleaning supplies, food, health and mental health support and spiritual care. Eligibility Financial assistance is available to qualified households severely impacted with a pre-disaster address across these 39 Texas counties: Aransas Austin Bastrop Bee Brazoria Calhoun Chambers Colorado DeWitt Fayette Fort Bend Galveston Goliad Gonzalez Hardin Harris Jackson Jasper Jefferson Karnes Kleberg Lavaca Lee Liberty Matagorda Montgomery Newton Nueces Orange Polk Refugio Sabine San Jacinto San Patricio Tyler Victoria Walker Waller Wharton The Red Cross is a charity, not a government agency, and people do not need to be American citizens to receive our assistance.

Two FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers have been established in Galveston County at 2401 Termini Dr, Dickinson, TX 77539 and 400 W Walker Street, League City, TX 77573. Centers are opened 7 days a week from 7am-7pm for residents to get information about FEMA programs or other disaster assistance programs, and ask questions related to individual cases. For more information, visit: https://www.fema.gov/disaster-recovery-centers

FEMA has published a Harvey rumor control page which can be reached by clicking: https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4332/updates/rumor-control

We have been advised that an initial Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Galveston Co. has opened in League City, located at 450 W. Walker, across from LCPD. Hours of Operation are from 7am-7pm, seven days a week. A Disaster Recovery Center is a readily accessible facility or mobile office where survivors may go for information about FEMA programs or other disaster assistance programs, and to ask questions related to your case. Representatives from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), volunteer groups and other agencies are at the centers to answer questions about disaster assistance and low-interest disaster loans for homeowners, renters and businesses. They can also help survivors apply for federal disaster assistance. Additional locations can be located in other areas by searching by address/distance at: http://asd.fema.gov/inter/locator/home.htm

Don't forget about this months Coffee w/ a Cop at Red Dirt and Blue Jeans,13021 Hwy 6, 8am-9am on 9/20/2017

Construction crews will be working into the evening and overnight on Fm 646 between FM 1764 and Langford and will be alternating lanes of traffic. Watch for crews and changes in the traffic pattern. Expect Delays.

Message from the City of Santa Fe: This message is to inform all citizens that the heavy storm debris pickup will begin in Santa Fe on Thursday afternoon, September 7th. Be sure your debris is as close to the curb or roadway as possible. Do not put debris in the street. Be aware of where your gas meter is and do not put debris near that meter. Separate household trash and tree limbs from storm debris. Refrigerant on refrigerators and freezers must be removed and tagged by a certified refrigerant reclaimer. Do not park your vehicle on the street if at all possible, or park your vehicle away from any debris piles. Do not put debris in plastic bags, because the debris hauler must see what he is picking up. Residents and businesses located along Hwy 6, 646, and 1764 will have your debris removed by the state highway department. There will be more than one pass through the city until we are cleaned up.

If your house got flooded during the storm, then it might need to be mucked. Mucking means activities like removing wet carpets, flooring, dry wall, mud, or other items to prepare a flooded home for drying out and renovations. This site coordinates those in need of cleanup assistance with volunteer organizations. Call 844-965-1386 (TX) or enter your address in the website so that you may be placed on the Texas Muck Map. Your exact address will not appear on the public map, but may be forwarded to the volunteer organizations. https://www.texasrescuemap.com/muckmap#muckedHomeDialog This site is not affiliated with the City of Santa Fe or the Santa Fe Police Department and is provided merely as an information tool.

Community Information Regarding Harvey Recovery (Forwarded from SFISD): First Baptist Church of Alta Loma has two different kinds of help going on at the church. Currently they have a huge distribution center to serve anyone who needs supplies. They have diapers, wipes, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, feminine products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, paper towels, toilet paper, adult diapers, cleaning supplies, food, socks, and underwear. Even if you don’t need anything you can come up and get stuff for those that do. You can come as many times as needed. The church will be open today from 2-6 and again on Thursday from 2-6. Please, please come if you need something or you know someone who does. This is open to ALL. Samaritan's Purse is also at the church. They are an evangelical disaster relief team. They will come and help clean out wet items, carpet, sheet rock, remove limbs and trees, spray for mold, tarp roofs, and dry out. Please give them a call to get set up for this FREE service. The number is (828) 434-8557 or (346) 208-3774. They will be at the church for several months.

From Centerpointe Energy - Gas Operations: • Before cleaning debris, digging on your property or to locate underground natural gas lines and other underground utility lines, call 811, the nationwide Call Before You Dig number. • Be aware of where your natural gas meter is located. As debris is put out for heavy trash pickup, make sure it is placed away from the meter. In many areas the meter may be located near the curb. If debris is near a gas meter, the mechanized equipment used by trash collectors could pull up the meter, damaging it and causing a potentially hazardous situation. If this happens, leave the area immediately and call CenterPoint Energy at 888-876-5786.

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