Round Rock Police Department

  • Agency: Round Rock Police Department
  • Address: 2701 North Mays Street, Round Rock, 78665 TX
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Round Rock Police Department is located at 2701 North Mays Street, Round Rock, 78665 TX. The Round Rock Police Department phone number is 512-218-5500.

Round Rock Police Department News

Happy #EarthDay! If you needed another reason to take part in our Prescription Drug Take Back Day on 4/28, our wastewater treatment plants aren’t designed to remove chemicals found in medicine, so when they’re flushed down the toilet or dumped in the sink they get pumped into the lakes and streams, contaminating our water supply, aquatic life and wildlife.

Our volunteers are the best! From chaplains to records to victim services, they do it all. #NationalVolunteerAppreciationWeek

Happening now at the 2018 A.W. Grimes Memorial Police Explorer Competition: 60 Police Explorer teams from across Texas competing in 38 investigative and tactical scenarios. Thanks to our own RRPD Explorer Post 1096 for hosting and to the volunteer judges from RRPD, Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, and WilCo Constable’s Office.

In this episode of RRPD360: Introducing the first of our four-part series Better Know a Sector. Learn about David Sector from Officer Camey Marks.

Throwback Thursday - Tom's Traffic Tips debuted one year ago! Let's slow down and relive some of our favorite episodes. #tbt #tbtttt

***UPDATE: Caught! Thanks for keeping an eye out.*** Wanted: Michael Christopher Ramos. The 26-year-old suspect fled the scene of a disturbance in the 900 block of Westwood Drive on April 15. It was determined that an assault had taken place against the suspect’s family member, including strangulation. Ramos stands 5’11”, 180 lbs, with brown hair, and brown eyes. Call 512-218-5515 with any tips or submit an anonymous tip here:

‪#NationalVolunteerWeek - Marilyn Silva has been volunteering with RRPD for more than 3 years - all alongside her husband Ron. When she’s not helping us, she’s volunteering with Hutto Police or working for Round Rock Orthopedics. She started volunteering after taking the Citizens Police Academy. ‬

***9:58 AM UPDATE: All lanes have reopened.***‪ TRAFFIC ALERT: All but one northbound lane shut down on IH-35 near IKEA for an accident. The right lane is open. Southbound IH-35 is unaffected. TIME: 8:35 AM

***UPDATE***He has been found! Thanks for keeping an eye out. MISSING ELDERLY: Claudell Madison (83) was reported missing from his assisted living center this afternoon in the Forest Creek neighborhood. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black jacket, and a blue polo with white and red on it. He is 5'8", 168 lbs. and diagnosed with Alzheimers and dementia. Call 911 if you see him.

UPDATE (4/19): Mayor Craig Morgan has provided the following statement to update residents who were concerned about the noise from an April 14 concert: I wanted to take a moment and follow up with the neighborhoods affected by the concert that took place in the Dell Diamond parking lot on April 14. The City Council realizes this event was a disturbance to many. I believe the Round Rock Express is a good neighbor and had no intention of creating a noise issue. We are working with the Express to prevent this kind of issue in the future. I realize this has led to concern about potential noise issues relating to the Kalahari Resort. To be clear, Kalahari is not zoned for any sort of large, outdoor music venue, is required to comply with the noise ordinance, and has assured the City of its desire to be a good neighbor on many fronts, including keeping noise levels at a minimum. Kalahari will have many guests onsite who, like the neighborhoods, will have little tolerance for being disturbed late in the evening. Again, we believe the noise issues created by the concert on April 14 were an isolated incident and should not be repeated. Craig Morgan Mayor ---- ORIGINAL POST: Last night we received a number of noise complaints and suggestions in reference to the concert/event at Dell Diamond. We take quality of life issues seriously when it comes to our community. The event organizers were not given a special exemption or permission to raise the range of their music above what is allowed by ordinance. We will work with Dell Diamond on future events to try and reduce similar issues that arose last night. Again, we want to thank our Community for their positive suggestions with this matter.

Join us tomorrow to help support Officer Charles Whites in his long road to recovery.

Traffic update: the northbound and southbound proper lanes and northbound and southbound frontage roads will be closed between Palm valley and south of Round Rock Ave starting around 1p.m. for Oncor emergency power line repair. ***1:52 PM UPDATE*** Traffic Update: All lanes are being reopened right now in Round Rock from Palm Valley and south of Round Rock Ave in all directions to include the frontage roads.

It’s been a wonderful week of thanks for some of the civilian members of our team. Our Animal Control and Telecommunications Officers were recognized by City Council this morning and Williamson County celebrated our Victim Services team on Wednesday. 🐕📞💙

‪Tonight! 🐊‬

Williamson County has declared this week 2018 Crime Victims' Week. Those affected by crime are the real heroes but we'd also like to recognize Detective Bernie Villegas, who was inducted into the Victim Advocate Wall of Fame for his diligence and compassion when working with crime victims to bring justice to their offenders.🎈

Continuing our week of thanks for the many civilian members of RRPD, we'd like to recognize our Animal Control Officers. From testing bats for rabies to reuniting lost pets with their families, these men and women keep Round Rock animal-friendly. 🐶🐱🦇

This week marks the annual recognition of several groups who are critically important to our Department. Every year during the second week of April, we honor our public safety dispatchers as part of National Telecommunications Week. Our dispatchers are essential to making sure that the right responders get to your emergency quickly, and they help keep our officers safe. If you see one of our dispatch personnel this week, thank them for their service!

All April, we are accepting donations of dresses (all colors) on behalf of the Austin Fairy Godmother Boutique, which provides young women with the chance to attend Prom in style.

Tomorrow! Please seek alternate routes.

WANTED: 52-year-old Kent Alan Kirkpatrick is currently being sought by RRPD Detectives in connection with a misdemeanor theft from a local retailer. The offense was caught on a surveillance camera. Kirkpatrick stands approximately 6'0", 200 lbs with blonde hair and blue eyes. Call 512-218-5515 with any tips or submit an anonymous tip here:

TRAFFIC ALERT: This Sunday, April 8, Northbound IH-35 from FM 620/Round Rock Ave to FM 1431/University Blvd will be closed down from 6-7 a.m. for reconstruction of the scene in which Officer Charles Whites was struck by a vehicle and injured. Please be patient as this temporary closure should only take an hour. We will use either a drone or helicopter. RRPD will be directing traffic onto the frontage road, which will remain open. Please SHARE so that everyone is aware.

Traffic Tom is back, this time with tips on what to do when you're at a flashing signal. *Spoiler alert: Don't speed up!

In the latest installment of RRPD360: 18-wheelers, who you gonna call, and more.

With spring arriving, folks are in and out of the house more and frequently leave their garage doors open. But an open garage door with no one around can be an invitation to thieves, who often target power tools that are costly to replace. When you aren’t present, be sure and close your garage doors to avoid becoming a crime victim. 🚲🛠🔒