Crandall Police Department

  • Agency: Crandall Police Department
  • Address: 112 S Main St, Crandall, 75114 TX
  • Chief: Dean Winters (Chief of Police)
Phone: 972-427-3767
Fax: 469-447-4130

Crandall Police Department is located at 112 S Main St, Crandall, 75114 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Dean Winters. The Crandall Police Department phone number is 972-427-3767.

Crandall Police Department News

Sgt. Early making memories and building relationships one future community leader at a time. We are honored to have such polite and respectful youth in our community! These two kiddo's offered to buy a snack for the Crandall Officers that were wrapping up a call in their neighborhood... Sgt. Early took the opportunity to flip the story and bought these smiling faces some goodies instead.

Officer Riccelli and Elvis out and about in Crandall for Halloween! That nose though... #elvis #officerriccelli #crandallpd #halloweenincreekview

Though it is too early to tell if the weather is going to be too frightful this evening for outdoor trick or treats, the Crandall Police Department would like to share some tips on keeping children safe, from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

The Crandall Police Department wants to remind motorists that the Speed Limit is 25 mph on most residential streets in the City of Crandall. Placement of a community policing radar trailer is to assist in increasing motorists' awareness of their speed and to bring voluntary compliance of speed regulations.

The Crandall Police Department will soon be starting the Citizens Police Academy, Class #4. We are looking for a tentative start in January of 2018. The class is limited to 20 attendees, so please get your application in as soon as possible to The CPA is open to all residents who are in the Crandall ISD jurisdiction. The class will give residents a unique, hands-on experience of law enforcement practices such as traffic enforcement, use of force and Shoot-Don’t Shoot. The academy will also provide the opportunity to learn about crime scene analysis in our version of Crandall PD CSI “with a twist”. The CPA will serve as a conduit for education and give attendees and officers an opportunity to build relationships with in a unique way. If you would like more information about the academy, please contact Chief Winters at The classes will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 8pm.

Crandall PD is Hiring! Be a part of the reflection! CONTACT US : 112 S. Main St. Crandall, Tx 75114 972-427-3767

A thank you to Kaufman County Criminal District Attorney Erleigh Wiley for coming out to Crandall's National Night Out doing some play by play for one of the "intense" games that was played that night! Great times!

Donnie the Dog from the Kaufman County DA's office, Football, bounce houses, video games and dancing in the streets - plus over 300 hotdogs cooked! Crandall NNO was an amazing success! We were overwhelmed with how many residents came out and enjoyed the Fall weather with us!

NNO is setting up! Hot Dogs go on at 6p... come on out. 6p-8p. Bounce Houses, Gaming Trailer, DJ... it's on!

Come out and feel the Fall weather and meet and greet the Officers of the Crandall Police Department and Members of the Crandall Fire Department, as well as fellow members of the Crandall/Heartland Community while you enjoy some kid friendly activities as well as some FREE Hotdogs. Heartland Community Watch, All about Town! sponsored by the Crandall Chamber of Commerce, Nola K Wilson Elementary, Barbara Walker Elementary School, @Hollis T. Dietz Elementary, @T.A. Martin Elementary Elementary, @Crandall High School, Crandall ISD

We are countdown! Come join us for Crandall's National Night Out tomorrow Tuesday October 10th from 6p-8p!

Just a reminder from Crandall PD to do what you can to help in the fight against Breast Cancer!

Due to Weather! The Crandall NNO Event has been rescheduled for Tuesday October 10th, 2017.

Be sure and come and enjoy the event tomorrow, Tuesday, October 10th from 6p-8p and take the opportunity to meet some of your neighbors as well as members of the Crandall Police Department who are proud to serve you.

UPDATE - Due to weather we are rescheduling our National Night Out Event! It will be held Tuesday October 10th, 2017... We hope everyone that was planning on coming out tonight is able to come next week! Keep safe and dry this evening. The Crandall Police Department wants to invite you to participate in our annual National Night Out Event. This citywide community event will be held on the evening of Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 6 PM to 8 PM on Main Street in Downtown Crandall. The Crandall Police Department will be hosting the event, providing FREE kid friendly activities and Hot Dogs. This year we are taking care of you, just like you have always taken care of us. In addition, various block parties are being held around the community. If you are hosting a block party please let us know so we can stop by your event. The purpose of National Night Out is to build strong partnerships with our community. On Tuesday, October 10th between 6-8 PM, residents not attending a National Night Out Event are encouraged to turn on their porch lights and gather with neighbors to show unity against criminal activity.

***UPDATE - The vehicle was located this afternoon. The driver lives on the the same street and drives down to the corner, parks and then walks his child across to the school. He then drives back up the street, as he leaves the neighborhood in the morning. The driver/parent was helpful and cooperative in the investigation.*** On 09/26/17 at approximately 8:00 a.m., officers were called to investigate a suspicious vehicle in the 2000 Block of Kingsbridge. The caller reported that two young children reported to her that a vehicle had stopped in the roadway, behind them, as they were walking to school. When they observed the driver getting out of the vehicle, they instinctively ran. They observed the caller pull into her driveway and ran to her and told her what happened. The caller observed the vehicle drive by her residence and leave the area. A video obtained from the caller shows that the vehicle is described as being a later model, black passenger car, possibly a Chevrolet Impala. The caller noted that it also had a Pink license place bracket on the rear of the vehicle. Officers checked the area and could not locate the vehicle. The children advised officers that the driver did not make any gestures or speak to them. Though the children were not able to provide a consistent description of the driver, the caller stated that the driver of the vehicle she observed drive by her residence was a “young w/m, wearing a dark baseball style cap”. While considered suspicious, there are no specific facts, to suggest that this was an attempted child abduction. It is important to note that the involved children trusted their gut instinct; that was, to get away from a situation which made them uncomfortable, and that was the correct thing for them to do. To dispel any social media information that is incorrect, we want to note that there have NOT been any confirmed incidents at any time in this area of an attempted abduction. As always, residents are reminded to remain vigilant and aware of their surroundings at all times, and to report any suspicious activity to the Crandall Police Department.

Please be aware of this Public Hearing. This event could impact Crandall as Stitzle Road is North of Highway 175 on FM 148 -

Thank you Wilson Elementary! We are Honored to Protect and Serve such a wonderful community full of Compassion and Character! Crandall ISD Nola K Wilson Elementary