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

Happy Mother's Day from the Mansfield Police Department

Remembering all of fallen Brothers and Sisters in Law Enforcement this week. MAY 12-19

Last week, in partnership with the MISD's, "Put It Down, Save A Life program," the Mansfield Police Department set up a display showing the dangers of texting and driving at Mansfield High School. (pictured L to R, Police Intern Devon Atkins, Sgt. Daniel Sherwin and Officer Trey Kerr)

Just a friendly reminder...Motorcycle safety is everyone's responsibility. Look twice.

There are more children riding bikes and walking to and from school this time of year. We are seeing more and more families out walking and playing in our neighborhoods and parks, which is awesome! This also means we need to remain observant and avoid unnecessary distractions when we are driving. Just a friendly reminder...People behind the wheel need to stay focused on driving with this nice weather and the fast approaching beginning of summer vacation.

Reminder.....Tonight is the 1st Monday Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, parents, spouses, friends, and families, of those with mental health challenges meet to share their insights, their struggles, and their successes, along with giving and receiving support. The Support Now Network is a safe, non-judgemental, and welcoming environment with occasional guest speakers but most importantly, you’ll find support from others experiencing what you are too. Mansfield Activities Center (MAC) 106 S Wisteria 1st and 3rd Monday 7PM For more information contact Officer Rinehart: scott.rinehart@mansfield-tx.gov ​

*** TRAFFIC ALERT*** West Bound Debbie Lane is now open to Traffic

E. Debbie Lane is shut down westbound at Matlock Rd and eastbound at N Walnut Creek Dr due to a damaged gas line.

http://p2c.mansfieldtexas.gov/ReportIncident/IncidentEntry_Disclaimer.aspx If you have an emergency or need to report a crime in progress, do not use this site. Please dial 9-1-1. You may submit an online crime report for the following types of offenses: Criminal Mischief/ under $2,500.00 Vandalism under $2,500.00 Harassing Phone Calls or Texts Lost Property Theft under $2,500.00 Burglary of a Vehicle Reports that should NOT be submitted online include: Any type of traffic crash Any incident where there is physical injury to any person Any incident where there is a threat of imminent danger of injury Incidents in progress or just occurred Incidents where physical evidence or property will need to be recovered from the scene Incidents where there are suspect(s) and/or witness(es) to be interviewed Theft of Auto or Firearm Incidents where a weapon was involved Identity Theft To report any of these offenses, please call 911 for emergencies or 817-473-0211

The Mansfield Police Department Victim Assistance Program (MPDVAP) exists to provide services to victims and family members with the goal of lessening the short and long-term trauma experienced as a direct result of their victimization. For this purpose, victims and their family members are provided with crisis intervention help, information, reassurance, empathetic listening, guidance for resolving problems and referrals to other social service agencies to provide additional support. Currently, the Victim Assistance Program provides services to victims of violent crime in Mansfield. https://www.mansfieldtexas.gov/crime-victim-assistance

On Saturday, April 28th, Mansfield Police Department participated in National Prescription Drug Take Back. We were able to dispose of 567 pounds of unused or expired prescription drugs!

Come on out and see us at Touch-a-Truck today 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Mansfield Center For The Performing Arts located at 1120 W. Debbie Ln!

Here is something going on in our community today.

The Mansfield Police Department offers its condolences to the Dallas Police Department due to the loss of one of their brave Officers. May God grant them peace.

Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, parents, spouses, friends, and families, of those with mental health challenges meet to share their insights, their struggles, and their successes, along with giving and receiving support. The Support Now Network is a safe, non-judgemental, and welcoming environment with occasional guest speakers but most importantly, you’ll find support from others experiencing what you are too. Mansfield Activities Center (MAC) 106 S Wisteria 1st and 3rd Monday 7PM For more information contact Officer Rinehart: scott.rinehart@mansfield-tx.gov ​

Praying for a full recovery for Officers of the Dallas Police Department.

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Coffee with Cops tomorrow! Here is another opportunity to come say hello and get to know some of your Officers.

We have been getting a lot of compliments on the look of the patrol vehicles lately. What do you think?

The Best of the Best.

Just in case.....If you are smelling smoke outside in North Texas, the winds are now out of the northwest behind the cold front, and we suspect the smokey smell is being transported into North Texas from earlier fires in Oklahoma #dfwwx #texomawx