Haltom City Police Department

  • Agency: Haltom City Police Department
  • Address: 5110 Broadway Ave, Haltom City, 76117 TX
  • Chief: Kenneth Burton (Chief of Police)

Haltom City Police Department is located at 5110 Broadway Ave, Haltom City, 76117 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Burton. The Haltom City Police Department phone number is 817-222-7000.

Haltom City Police Department News

Proud of our CPA volunteers who do so much for our PD! We had so much fun last night at Shoot Point Blank. We saw some great firearms proficiency from some veterans, ex police, and even shooters that had never even held a firearm before. Thanks for stepping out of your comfort zone and giving it a try. If you want to be a part of the Citizens Police Academy, look for the 2018 class to begin registration around the start of the new school year. Classes are limited in size so start thinking about it now!

Pet of the Week: Penelope Penelope is a 2-year-old Shepherd mix that is spayed and microchipped. She is full of energy and has lots of love to give. If you want to meet Penelope or any of the other amazing animals that need forever homes, come to the Haltom City Animal Shelter located at 5312 Midway Rd or give them a call at (817) 759-2124

Today is National Police Officer Memorial Day. If you happen to see the flags flying at half-staff, it is in memory of those that have made the ultimate sacrifice. Please take a moment to remember the men and women of law enforcement that have given their lives in service to their community and country. We truly appreciate the support we have felt from Haltom City and the greater Tarrant area and we strive to serve with distinction and honor. We are humbled to be able to serve and work with such a fine community. #EOW #ThinBlueLine #NeverForget

BBQ! Now that I've got your attention... Red Barn BBQ at 4951 Colleyville Blvd. has long been a huge supporter of not only HCPD, but about every other agency I can think of in the area. They have purchased vests for K9 units, supported your officers, and even paid for the funerals of three children who tragically died in a fire a few years back. Indeed some fantastic people. Unfortunately the construction on Hwy 26 (aka grapevine hwy, aka colleyville Blvd) has stopped the flow of traffic to their business, choking them to death. If you can find some time, please stop by and help support this struggling business by eating some lip smackin' BBQ. We would hate to lose such a huge community supporter and in Texas there's NEVER a good reason to shut down a BBQ place! #bbq4lunch #supposedtostayinthecityforlunch #rulebreaking4agoodcause #maybebringbacksomeBBQfortheChiefsohesnotsomad?

Give us a break, please!! Glad ya'll are ok Euless!

For those not on the CPA email list, there is no Crime Watch meeting tonight. Our A/C is out and it's 89 degrees in our community service center. The good news is that we have a huge sauna if you want to sweat and meditate!

Big thanks to Community Services Officer Dusty Simmons for volunteering to be support for our riders in the Texas Police Officers Memorial Bike Ride from San Antonio to Austin today and tomorrow. Couldn’t do it without you Dusty.

Let's get some motivation going for your 6 HCPD officers riding from San Antonio to Austin in the Texas Police Officers Memorial Ride! (and a Plano Officer who prefers the cool crowd) Your officers are representing Haltom citizens well in the front of the pack after the first leg!!

On April 4th around 3:44am, two suspects entered Aloha Storage on Haltom Rd by disabling the gate. They stole a 24 foot Covered Wagon enclosed trailer containing a very unique motorcycle trailer, pictured below. The suspects were driving a beige or tan colored SUV which was captured in the still shot below. If you have any info on this trailer or the suspects, please contact Det. Langford at Slangford@haltomcitytx.com. Please forward to your friends. Someone will know that trailer!

It's not often that we will post video of arrests. It's even more rare that an entire shift of Haltom officers will very publicly support a life sentence in what began as a simple warrant service in Haltom City. We merely ask you watch the entire video before you form your own opinion. Please excuse any language you may hear.

How about some good news for a bit? A special thanks to F.I.L.O. and his handler Sgt Russell today for visiting with a great bunch of kids at LHoist for Take Your Child to Work day. He tracked a bad guy, found some lost keys, and enjoyed some friendly hand hugs from the kiddos. (the dog did all that....not the handler.)

Our Officers visited the memorial for Officer Santander at his substation in Dallas this afternoon. Our thoughts, prayers, and support are with the men and women of the Dallas Police Department, their families and friends, and all those impacted by these senseless act of violence. #DallasStrong #ThinBlueLine

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the loss of Officer Rogelio Santander of the Dallas Police Department. Our flag has been lowered and joined by our Thin Blue Line flag in honor of his service to the citizens of Dallas. Rest easy, brother... We will take the watch from here. In respect for our DPD family we will NOT post information about the person responsible and ask our citizens to do the same. #haltomhasheart

Our hearts and prayers are with our Dallas brothers and sisters in blue this evening during their time of need as well as the Home Depot family of associates. As the story is developing we ask that our Citizens wait for official news releases from DPD as not to pass along misinformation.

HCPD would like to thank Oasis Community Worship Center for inviting us to speak with your members. Chief Phillips, Ofc Taylor from our traffic unit, Ofc Provenzano with patrol and Ofc Parsons with the K9 unit were able to speak from different perspectives about interacting with the community. Your HCPD officers are constantly striving to bridge the gap to work to not only work FOR the citizens but WITH them as well. #haltomhasheart #ittakesavillage #haltomheroes

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Sometimes it takes a village! A special thanks to Gilberto Martinez and his posse for helping us end a several mile horse chase the other night. They ended up having our now famous mini horse chased right into them!

Colby Caudle wins the award for best Civilian Ride Out ever. It's not often we get a call for loose livestock running down Beach that turns out to be a mini pony. Even more rare when your rider just happens to be a competitive calf-roper who happens to have his lasso in his truck. So if you hear stories today of a young man hanging out of a police Tahoe chasing a miniature horse and throwing a lasso like something out of bizarre movie last night ..... It absolutely happened in Haltom City.

Don't forget about the UNIDOS Health and Safety Fair this Saturday at 11 a.m. at the W.G. Thomas Coliseum (6108 Broadway Ave) No se olvide de la Feria de Salud y Seguridad de UNIDOS este sábado a las 11 a.m. en el W.G. Thomas Coliseum (6108 Broadway Ave) Đừng quên Hội chợ Sức khoẻ và An toàn UNIDOS vào Thứ 7 lúc 11 giờ sáng tại Thomas W.G. Thomas (6108 Broadway Ave)

Ofc. Langford and Ofc. Simmons were out at Cornerstone Church talking with the kids about what we do for the community. This was just a small sample of the 200 awesome kids we met today! #haltomhasheart #behindthebadge

Once again y'all delivered. Both of these persons were positively identified. At 100,000 views and thousands of shares... We knew yall would crush it. Proud to work in a city with so many citizens partnering with their PD!