Conroe Police Department

  • Agency: Conroe Police Department
  • Address: 2300 Plantation Dr, Conroe, 77301 TX
  • Chief: Charlie Ray (Chief of Police)

Conroe Police Department is located at 2300 Plantation Dr, Conroe, 77301 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Charlie Ray. The Conroe Police Department phone number is 936-522-3200.

Conroe Police Department News

Great job by Conroe PD Communications Officers on their submissions to the MCECD 911 Pumpkin Decorating Competition!! Surely one of these great displays will take the blue ribbon. Good Luck!!!

Congratulations to Sgt. I. Trotter for being awarded The City of Conroe Employee of the Month! Great job Sgt. Trotter! Thank you Mayor Powell and City Manager Virgadamo!

A huge shout out and thanks to Shelbe, age 6, who donated several stuffed animals to the police department. Very sweet and thoughtful little girl!

3rd Coffee with a Cop for the day!! We have become coffee connoisseurs, and we are now educated in the four steps of coffee tasting. Thank you N. Loop 336 Starbucks for the coffee lessons and hospitality —and to the citizens that stopped and interacted with us.

A special thanks to the residents and staff of Woodhaven Village Senior Living Community for the coffee and donuts in celebration of Coffee with a Cop day. We enjoyed the treats and company.

Coffee with a Cop Downtown Conroe!

National Night Out 2018 - No Regrets!! Thank you Conroe for another great NNO. The rain didn’t stop the fun for the hundreds of visitors that came out to play games, listen to music and meet their Conroe police officers and firefighters, Medics, Municipal Court employees, Pct 2 Constables and many more. Thank you to the many community partners that make this event a success year after year. A special thanks to Conroe Parks and Recreation, HEB Conroe, and Target for all of their hard work and participation.

Congratulations Detective Jeff Nichols!! Recognized in Washington DC by The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children for the great work he does for the citizens, and especially the children, of Conroe and Montgomery County.

Warrant Roundup! Sept. 17-Oct. 4th.

“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God” Matthew 5:9 Rest in Peace Officer Garrett Hull

Thank you Questco for your continued support of public safety. 6th Annual Heroes Luncheon.

God bless the victims and the many patriots who sacrificed all September 11, 2001. Thank you to the military, law enforcement, firefighters, and medics who risked everything, without a second thought, to help others. Many of these heroes are still suffering and dying due to their selfless sacrifices. Thank you for your courage and know that we will NEVER FORGET.

Congratulations to Officer Joe Oldner on his retirement. Thank you for your 30.5 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Conroe.

Help us welcome Conroe PD's newest officers - Sworn in today. Congratulations to Officers Mario Holguin, Gabriel Chavez, David Schroeder, Jeremy Raynor, Rachel Williams, and Brent Guidry.

Conroe PD is looking for officers to become the newest members of our family. The next Civil Service Test is scheduled for August 25, 2018 at 8:00am. A letter of intent must be submitted by August 17th. The exam is for BOTH licensed peace officers and those wishing to attend the Conroe Police Department Police Academy. Follow the link below for further information: #CPDfamily #hiringpoliceofficers #thinblueline

Happy Independence Day!

Congratulations to our newest supervisor - Sergeant Gabriel Gallegos!!

Help us celebrate the Conroe City Council recognition of a few great public servants. Congratulations Sergeant Juan Sauceda for 20 years of service. Congratulations Detective Ben Mitchell for being chosen as the City of Conroe Employee of the Month for April 2018. Congratulations Fire Department Deputy Chief Steve Cottar, and Conroe Police Academy graduate of Class 17-9, for being chosen as the City of Conroe Employee of the Month for May 2018.

Thank you to Van Campbell’s Conroe High School metal shop class for fabricating some tools for the SWAT Team. Great work!!!

Today we joined the nation in taking time to honor those Police Officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to their communities. The Conroe Police Department has had one officer killed in the line of duty. Sgt. Ed. Holcomb was shot in 1982 while responding to to domestic disturbance. His family continues to attend our Memorial Service every year. CPD especially enjoys seeing the students from Sacred Heart Catholic School each year. A special thanks to SD Photography for capturing our special event. #CPDlovesourcommunity #thinblueline #ultimatesacrifice