Longview Police Department

  • Agency: Longview Police Department
  • Address: 302 W. Cotton St, Longview, 75606 TX
  • Chief: J B McCaleb (Chief of Police)
Phone: 903-237-1199

Longview Police Department is located at 302 W. Cotton St, Longview, 75606 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is J B McCaleb. The Longview Police Department phone number is 903-237-1199.

Longview Police Department News

Longview PD Chief Mike Bishop spoke to the Leadership Longview class. They also got to check out the SWAT vehicle and some of the tools they use during an operation. Finally they watched a demonstration from K9 Officer Minyard and his partner Dalo.

Thank ya'll for your show of support! We appreciate it very much!

LPD extends prayers and condolences to one of our employees and her family. She lost her grandson in a tragic car accident earlier this week.

Please slow down on the wet roads. Everyone wants to make it home safely.....

Help in Identifing Robbery Suspect at Chase Bank The Longview Police Department is working an aggravated robbery that occurred at 5:55 p.m. on January 5, 2018, at 2606 Judson Rd., the Chase Bank. The suspect, a white male entered the bank and displayed a weapon demanding money. The suspect left the location with an undisclosed amount of money. There were no injuries at the location. The Longview Police Department is asking that anyone who can identify the suspect in the photo to call the Longview Police Department at 903-237-1170 or Detective Juarez-Ortega at 903-237-1147.

LPD officers and employees extend our condolences and prayers to the family, friends, and co-workers of former LPD officer and current Smith County Deputy Anthony Broyles. Deputy Broyles passed away. He will definitely be missed by all who knew him. Rest In Peace Anthony.

Have a safe weekend and be careful if you plan to be on the roads!

DWI Major Accident Causing Injury and Damage The Longview Police Department responded to a major accident at 2:45 a.m. on Friday January 5, 2018 at 400 E. Marshall Ave. in Longview Texas. The accident involved two vehicles. One of the vehicles was a Longview Fire Department Tahoe driven by Deputy Fire Marshal Bert Scott. The Tahoe was stopped facing westbound at Second St. for a red light. The second vehicle driven by Micah Trumond Armstong, 23 years old from Longview was traveling west bound when he struck the stopped Tahoe. Armstrong was not injured. Armstrong was arrested for driving while intoxicated, his second DWI in a year’s time. The Fire Marshal was taken to Longview Regional Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries.

Question of the Day? When involved in an accident involving injury or damage to another vehicle, what are you required by law to provide? ANSWER: There could be a few what ifs and there are a few variances. Anytime there is damage to a vehicle that is occupied or there are injuries there are some requirements. First always check on the involved parties to determine if some type of aid is needed. If the vehicles are movable move them to a safe area so the normal traffic flow can continue. What must be provided based on section 550.023 of the Transportation code: 1) Give the name and address of the operators, 2) the registration of the vehicle being driven, 3) the name of the motor vehicle liability insurer, and if requested 4) show the operator’s driver license. Officers do not have to be present before vehicles are moved.

The Longview Police Department is investigating the first fatality of 2018 The Longview Police responded to a one vehicle accident at 12:22 a.m. on January 1, 2018, at 1800 Page Rd. The investigator determined that vehicle was traveling west on Page Rd and disregarded the stop sign at Alpine Rd. The vehicle continued to drive off the roadway striking a tree. The driver was not wearing a seatbelt and had been drinking. The vehicle was a 2005 Ford Five Hundred driven by Sharika Lata Hicks 35 years old from Longview TX and the only occupant of the vehicle. Hicks died at the scene. The Longview Police Department asks that everyone drive responsibly and take care of your friends and family. Pay attention to those in need and step up and take control of situations that need to be addressed. Pray for all who have lost a loved one and for each day to better than the next.

Happy New Year Longview! Be careful going home if you rang in the New Year away from home. Longview Transit will be giving free rides until 3 a.m. if you partied a little too hard and need a safe ride home.. We really want you to use them instead of us as your ride. We promise you will get home faster with Longview Transit.

Safety tip: Never leave your drink unattended, not even for a second. If you have to walk away from it, trash it and get a new one. You can never be too careful.

Don’t forget you have this option for a safe ride home!

Better to get a free ride from them than us.....think and be responsible....

Think before you drink and if you don’t have a designated driver....here is the best option.....