Mansfield Police Department

  • Agency: Mansfield Police Department
  • Address: 1601 Heritage Pkwy, Mansfield, 76063 TX
  • Chief: Steven P Noonkaster (Chief of Police)
Phone: 817-804-5700
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Mansfield Police Department is located at 1601 Heritage Pkwy, Mansfield, 76063 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven P Noonkaster. The Mansfield Police Department phone number is 817-804-5700.

Mansfield Police Department News

TRAFFIC ALERT CONSTRUCTION AREA Motorists are encouraged to avoid the Country Club, North Walnut Creek area due to construction. Heavy traffic and congestion are occurring.

Meet Dexter, an 8 year old Rottweiler. Dexter came to us after his owner unexpectedly passed away. He is friendly and looking to find a new home to call his own. He is heartworm positive and his treatment is included with his adoption. Please come meet him today at 407 Industrial Blvd. We are open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., but we do close for lunch from 12 p.m. until 1 p.m. Contact Mansfield Animal Care & Control at 817-276-4799 for more information.

MISSING PERSON UPDATE: Good news, Mr.George was found over the weekend by DPS in Harris County.

MISSING ELDERLY GEORGE,MANISH DALE "MD" WHITE/MALE 06/03/1931 5`10/175 BROWN/GRAY DRIVES 2014 SUBARU FORESTER 4DR TX LP/2HZXC WALKS WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A CANE OR WALKER DOES NOT HAVE CANE OR WALKER WITH HIM NOT DIAGNOSED WITH ANY COGNITIVE ILLNESS HAS BECOME MORE FORGETFUL AND RECENTLY BECOME LOST WHILE DRIVING ALTHOUGH HE HAS LIVED IN THE AREA FOR MANY YEARS PHONE PINGED 0927 HOURS 10/13/2017 NEAR N SH 360 NB/E BROAD ST IF SEEN PLEASE CONTACT THE MANSFIELD POLICE AT 817-473-0211 OR 911

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Just a reminder!

Now Hiring... We are looking for people who want to make a difference. www.mansfieldtexas.gov/police-department

Need a safe way to dispose of unwanted prescription medications? National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday, October 28th 10am-2pm Mansfield Location: Public Safety Building 1305 E Broad Street Mansfield, TX 76063 *Please do not bring vitamins, over-the-counter medications, or syringes. No commercial drop-offs.

Last week Mansfield Motor Officers Embry and Deweese attended a high speed cornering course. Motors is a dangerous job, but this is how you sharpen your skills. Great job guys!

On Monday night, October 9th, the City of Mansfield City Council, recognized three Officers for receiving awards from the Texas Municipal League and the Salvation Army. Officer Scott Rinehart was recognized for the TML Award of Excellence for the Mental Health liaison program he leads for the Community Resource Division of the Police Department. The Mansfield Police Department won the top award while competing against all other cities in the State with a population of 25,000 or more. Officer Rinehart hosts a family round table for those affected by members of their household who may be suffering from a mental illness. The round table is one of a kind in the nation. Corporal Brian Raines and Officer Jason Minchew were recognized by the City Council and Salvation Army for their participation and victory in the Salvation Army’s annual "The MOST" Amazing Race in Arlington. Money raised by The MOST Amazing Race, which was held Saturday, September 9, funds Salvation Army programs in the Arlington and Mansfield areas. These include providing meals and emergency shelter, after-school care, summer camp and the Angel Tree program.

The Mansfield Police Department sends it's condolences to the Texas Tech University Police Department for the loss of one of it's Officers. May his memory always be a blessing. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/10/09/texas-tech-campus-locked-down-shooter-at-large.amp.html

Please help support this event for fallen officers and their families. http://www.highlandvillage.org/778/Bike-Race-and-5K-Run https://youtu.be/gOand9A6JAg

Mansfield PD is participating in the Citizen Police Academy Alumni of North Texas 10th Biennial Chiefs Round Table.

Just a reminder. Texting and driving can be deadly.

Officers often hear, "I hated to bother you" or "I didn't feel comfortable calling 911 about..." in cases of in progress criminal activity or potential criminal activity. If you see criminal activity happening or something suspicious going on, please call 911 immediately. If you are experiencing a medical emergency or see a medical emergency, please call 911. If you are not sure if it is an emergency or not, please call 911. Our dispatch also gets a lot of 911 calls in regards to questions that are not a crisis or a true emergency. Mansfield Dispatch has a non-emergency number that citizens can call to report these things that need attention, but are not necessarily emergencies. Some examples are parking violations, noise complaints (like loud parties or loud music), or abandoned vehicles, that have been parked for a long time. While calls like this are important, they may not fall on the level of a crisis or emergency. You can call the Mansfield Dispatch Center on the non-emergency line at 817-473-0211. Remember...if you are not sure if it is an emergency or crisis...DIAL 911.

MANSFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT WINS TOP AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FROM THE TEXAS MUNICIPAL LEAGUE The winner in the public safety category is the City of Mansfield. The City’s Police Department, like other police departments, regularly deals with incidents of violence and potential violence. Often, those responsible for these acts are struggling with mental illness. While direct resources are available to assist the Department with the individuals themselves, there wasn’t much assistance for family members dealing with a loved one’s struggles. To help mitigate possible dangerous scenarios for these family members and police officers, the Mansfield Police Department created the Mental Health Liaison Program for spouses, parents, and other family members of the mentally ill. The program consists of a twice monthly support group where participants share insights and experiences. The program is a safe and welcoming environment with a health-certified police officer liaison, guest speakers, counselors, and most importantly, support from others who are experiencing the same challenges. Mansfield competed with all cities in Texas 25,000 population or more. (Pictured Sgt Sherwin and Officer Scott Rinehart of our Community Resource Divison.)

Just a reminder that we will be out at Starbucks this morning for an event. If you are available, please stop by.

Look for us on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/mansfield-police-a2b032151

Prayers for Las Vegas Metro Police Department as they deal with the tragedy of a major shooting. Two Officers died, 58 civilians died and over 400 people were injured. http://www.foxnews.com/live-coverage/las-vegas-massacre

TRAFFIC ALERT: Starting Wednesday, Oct. 4, the existing northbound onramp to U.S. 287 from Walnut Creek Drive will be closed for approximately two days while crews prepare to open the new onramp. Drivers wishing to enter northbound U.S. 287 during this time must go to the northbound onramp at FM 157. Once the new barriers are installed and lanes restriped, the new onramp will open.

We are now on Instagram! Check us out at: mpd1601

Just a reminder about next Wednesday's event.

Tomorrow will be an awesome day to get out with the family. Maybe check out the new skate park at Clayton W. Chandler Park. Never know who you might see out there ripping it up...maybe even our very own Chief Aaron.

Have a safe Friday.