Azle Police Department

  • Agency: Azle Police Department
  • Address: 613 SE Parkway, Azle, 76020 TX
  • Chief: Craig Lemin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 817-444-3221
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Azle Police Department is located at 613 SE Parkway, Azle, 76020 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Craig Lemin. The Azle Police Department phone number is 817-444-3221.

Azle Police Department News

The Azle Police Department would like to thank the Springtown Police Department and Chief Motley for allowing us to share our Distracted Driving trailer with the students at Springtown High School Friday April 20, 2018.

Thanks to many of you who called, messaged or emailed tips to Azle PD regarding the burglary suspects we featured earlier in the day. They have all been identified.

These are the "Azle High-Five," for April 20, 2018. Azle High-Five is the name given to a different list each week of five individuals who have multiple outstanding arrest warrants issued by Azle Municipal Court magistrates for local offenses. These lists, including a different set of photos, names and cities of record, are provided by Azle Municipal Court each week to Azle police officers. When time permits the officers will seek to locate and arrest the violators. Any individual featured on Azle High-Five, or any individual knowing warrants for their arrest are outstanding is encouraged to contact Azle Municipal Court at 817-444-2541 to arrange payment, or set an appearance before a magistrate to discuss their options. If you have information regarding the whereabouts of an individual featured on Azle High-Five, please call the Azle Police Department at 817-444-3221

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, April 28, 2018 10AM-2PM Azle Police Department Prescription drug abuse is of great concern to parents, the elderly, care-givers and your Azle Police Department. As a proactive measure, a secure medication drop box sponsored by our friends at Complete Care Azle has been installed in the hallway outside the police department’s dispatch center. It will be available to the public 24 hours a day/7 days a week/365 days a year for our citizens to discard dangerous and abuse prone medications that otherwise may remain stored in the home. Please remember that National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is, Saturday, April 28th, between 10:00AM and 2:00PM.

Public Invited Azle Police Memorial 10:00 AM May 15, 2018 Central Park Amphitheatre Azle Police Department would like to invite our community to join us for the 4th Annual Azle Police Memorial that will be held on Police Memorial Day, Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at 10:00 AM, at Azle Central Park. All Texas peace officers who have fallen in the line of duty in the past year will be recognized for their sacrifice. Surrounding agencies and their officers have also been invited and encouraged to attend and stand with us as we honor these officers. Lest we forget: Special recognition is also given each year to a fallen officer from the past with connections to Azle or surrounding communities. This year, Tarrant County Sheriff’s Department Lieutenant George “Maurice,” Hendrix Jr., E.O.W. 09-17-1997, will be recognized, along with his surviving family members. At the time of his death Lt. Hendrix was also serving as a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves. Please consider joining us for this memorial service on May 15th, as Azle Police officers stand together with thousands of other officers across the United States, linked together in the thin blue line. Chief Rick Pippins

The non-emergency phone lines at the Azle Police Department have been restored. Thank you for your patience.

Currently the Azle Police Department's non-emergency phone lines are down. If you have any emergency, please call 911. We will advise when the phone lines are back up.

Thanks Haley Carter!

The Azle Police Department donated over 220 stuffed animals to the Alliance for Children in Lakeside.

These are the "Azle High-Five," for April 11, 2018. Azle High-Five is the name given to a different list each week of five individuals who have multiple outstanding arrest warrants issued by Azle Municipal Court magistrates for local offenses. These lists, including a different set of photos, names and cities of record, are provided by Azle Municipal Court each week to Azle police officers. When time permits the officers will seek to locate and arrest the violators. Any individual featured on Azle High-Five, or any individual knowing warrants for their arrest are outstanding is encouraged to contact Azle Municipal Court at 817-444-2541 to arrange payment, or set an appearance before a magistrate to discuss their options. If you have information regarding the whereabouts of an individual featured on Azle High-Five, please call the Azle Police Department at 817-444-3221

We are very proud of our Azle Police Department dispatchers, part of the thin gold line. These highly trained and dedicated professionals work very hard 24/7/365 for the citizens of our community, providing an essential link to our police, fire and emergency medical services. Please join us in recognizing National Telecommunicator Week and the best dispatchers in North Texas, Azle Police Communications!

Telecommunicators week April 8-14. Thank you to the Azle PD Dispatchers. Senior Dispatcher-Somer Vaccarella, Kaley Estes, Angelque Scott, Amanda Lang, Heidi White, Senior Dispatcher-Dana Dowdle, and Dispatch Records Manager-Michelle Abramski. Also pictured is Mayor Brundrett. Thank you to the Azle News/Carla Stutsman for the picture

The Pre-Kindergarten students at Cross Timbers Elementary presented the Azle Police Officers with these wonderful works of art. Thank you to Lt Kevin Rogers and Det K. Ravenscroft for posing with just a couple pieces of their artwork.

These are the "Azle High-Five," for April 5, 2018. Azle High-Five is the name given to a different list each week of five individuals who have multiple outstanding arrest warrants issued by Azle Municipal Court magistrates for local offenses. These lists, including a different set of photos, names and cities of record, are provided by Azle Municipal Court each week to Azle police officers. When time permits the officers will seek to locate and arrest the violators. Any individual featured on Azle High-Five, or any individual knowing warrants for their arrest are outstanding is encouraged to contact Azle Municipal Court at 817-444-2541 to arrange payment, or set an appearance before a magistrate to discuss their options. If you have information regarding the whereabouts of an individual featured on Azle High-Five, please call the Azle Police Department at 817-444-3221

The Azle Police Department is pleased to announce the newest additions to the Police Department. We welcome Officer Thomas Gilbert and Officer Robin York. Both Officers were sworn in as well as our new baliff, Joseph White.

As a reminder today Saturday March 24, 2018 the Azle Police Department along with Azle Municipal Court and the kids involved with the SWEAT program (Success with every Azle teen) will be assisting the Azle Lions Club from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm with collecting items for their annual garage sale. If you have items you would like to donate please contact Lt. K. D. Rogers at 817-444-3221 to make arrangements to have your items picked up today.

These are the "Azle High-Five," for March 23, 2018. Azle High-Five is the name given to a different list each week of five individuals who have multiple outstanding arrest warrants issued by Azle Municipal Court magistrates for local offenses. These lists, including a different set of photos, names and cities of record, are provided by Azle Municipal Court each week to Azle police officers. When time permits the officers will seek to locate and arrest the violators. Any individual featured on Azle High-Five, or any individual knowing warrants for their arrest are outstanding is encouraged to contact Azle Municipal Court at 817-444-2541 to arrange payment, or set an appearance before a magistrate to discuss their options. If you have information regarding the whereabouts of an individual featured on Azle High-Five, please call the Azle Police Department at 817-444-3221

The Azle Police Department along with Azle Municipal Court and the kids involved with the SWEAT program (Success with every Azle teen) will be assisting the Azle Lions Club this Saturday March 24th from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm with collecting items for their annual garage sale. If you have items you would like to donate please contact Lt. K. D. Rogers at 817-444-7395 to make arrangements to have your items picked up this Saturday.

These are the "Azle High-Five," for March 15, 2018. Azle High-Five is the name given to a different list each week of five individuals who have multiple outstanding arrest warrants issued by Azle Municipal Court magistrates for local offenses. These lists, including a different set of photos, names and cities of record, are provided by Azle Municipal Court each week to Azle police officers. When time permits the officers will seek to locate and arrest the violators. Any individual featured on Azle High-Five, or any individual knowing warrants for their arrest are outstanding is encouraged to contact Azle Municipal Court at 817-444-2541 to arrange payment, or set an appearance before a magistrate to discuss their options. If you have information regarding the whereabouts of an individual featured on Azle High-Five, please call the Azle Police Department at 817-444-3221

Today March 12th, Azle Police Officers will be working traffic detail on SH 199 West. Please obey all traffic laws and drive safe.

We had a busy day yesterday and we were remiss in not recognizing International Women's Day. Out of 37 full-time employees at Azle Police Department & Animal Control, 17 are women. Four serve in supervisory or management roles, and five of our twenty-five sworn police officers are women. They all work hard every day to serve and protect our community, proudly represent our department and are terrific role models for young people. Please thank them for their continued great service when you see them.

Friday March 9th, Azle Police Officers will be working traffic detail on FM 730 North. Please obey all traffic laws and drive safe.

Thursday March 8th, Azle Police Officers will be working traffic detail on FM 730 South. Please obey all traffic laws and drive safe.