Bridgeport Police Department

  • Agency: Bridgeport Police Department
  • Address: 1000 Thompson St, Bridgeport, 76426 TX
  • Chief: Randy Singleton (Chief of Police)
Phone: 940-683-3430
Fax: (940) 683-3431

Bridgeport Police Department is located at 1000 Thompson St, Bridgeport, 76426 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Randy Singleton. The Bridgeport Police Department phone number is 940-683-3430.

Bridgeport Police Department News

Be advised: Officers will be conducting a traffic enforcement detail on Chico Highway (Hwy 101) and 13th Street today. This saturation detail is the result of traffic related complaints in this area.

The 2018 Sergeant Randy White Memorial Softball Tournament is officially in the books. I want to express my appreciation to all the teams, donors and volunteers that make this tournament a countinued success! A special "Thanks" to BPD employee, Holli Olmos worked tirelessly on this project to insure all the boxes were checked. Holli does a great job year in and year out. Her parents worked the very hot and often busy concession stand - Thank you!! We also appreciate the Bridgeport Youth Association members' assistance with the field and concession. Lastly, I'd like to recognize Misty Schwartz for her continued assistance for the tournament. Because of your dedication, Sgt. White's legacy can live on through the scholarships this project supports! Blessings - Chief

Congratulations to BFG, who took home the championship at the 9th Annual Sgt Randy White Softball Tournament! They have been a staple team and a huge part of this tournaments success. Not to mention, they are great ball players! This is their 4th time winning this tournament. We appreciate all the donors, volunteers and teams for their part in this fund raiser.

Sometimes you have to get a little dirty and sweat for progress. This morning, BPD and City staff tackled brush and debris in the 700 block of Halsell Street. Staff cleared the area, which is now much more safe and aesthetically pleasing - see final picture.

Pools are one of the best ways to enjoy the summer! And with the Texas heat we have noticed them going up around town. We want everyone to enjoy a fun and SAFE summer so we are sharing this flyer with a few simple guidelines for the best pool experience. One of the most simple ways to keep children safe is to remove the ladder when not in use. Stay cool this summer!

Staff replaced the memorial cross for fallen BPD Sergeant Randy White with a new cross made by #onbark. Sergeant White was killed in the line of duty on April 2, 2009 on Highway 114. This cross serves as a daily reminder of his sacrifice to protect the citizens of the Bridgeport Community.

Due to traffic related complaints on Highway 380 near Brookshires, BPD will be actively conducting traffic enforcement in that area today.

Every June the Police Department hosts the Annual Sgt Randy White Memorial Scholarship Softball Tournament (say that 3x fast). Due to the the rising temperatures in June we are hosting this event in the evening for the first time in several years and expect the tournament to run into later than usual hours. We do, however, want to be respectful of all residents living near the ball fields. Please feel free to tag or share this post with someone who lives in the area. We appreciate your understanding and support. And hope to see supporters in the stands!

When you’re a small town police agency, your “why” includes smoke detector removal and replacement. I’m proud that we have officers (like LT. Upton) that understand our mission; to build a partnership with our community. Those officers don’t shy away when the Chief takes them along for a creative detail. #ourwhy #servicebeforeself #apartnershipwiththecommunity #smokedetector #firstalert

BPD is extremely proud of this police recruit, Kaleb Elledge. He is excelling in his recruit class, scheduled to graduate in August at which time he will be serving our community with excellence! Keep working hard Kaleb Elledge!

Thank you, Heroes! D-Day Never-forget!

If you thought about coming there is still time to join us. This is for parents, grandparents, babysitters or anyone who cares for children. Bring a friend!

Very proud of these officers! We had a few Decatur Police Department officers with us. They completed the Crossfit Hero Workout #murph. 1 mile run 100 pull-ups 200 push-ups 300 squats and 1 mile run. Getting better everyday. #crossfit #murph #bridgeporttx

Busy night in and around Bridgeport. Units responded to two person fatal accident on Highway 114, just before sunset. The road is currently still shut down.

REMINDER! We will be hosting a Child Safety Course this upcoming Saturday. Leave a comment below if you plan to join us.

Scammers are at it again! The Police Department and City Hall have received numerous calls from citizens reporting they were contacted about past due Utility Payments. During this call they are often told they have 30 minutes to make payment or get a money order. This scam is being done in English and Spanish. If a payment is ever in question please contact City Hall directly at 940.683.3400.

BPD is excited to welcome Officer Kenny Williamson to our team and Community! Kenny graduated from Tarrant County College Police Academy this evening and will begin his tour Wednesday! Let’s all welcome him to the Bridgeport Community!

We appreciate our EMS friends! Thank you for having our back and taking great care of our community!

BHS students while we’re excited that you’re celebrating your PROM this evening, we encourage all students to call us at 940.683.3430 or 911 if you find yourself in an unfavorable situation. Please do not put yourself or others at risk. #apartnershipwiththecommunity

Congratulations to Tucker Edwards. This year’s Sgt. Randy White Memorial Scholarship recipient. Tucker will be attending college to seek a career in law enforcement. Janet White Cole presented the award at Paradise ISD Awards Assembly. We enjoy seeing Randy’s legacy continue into the next generation! #neverforget804 #nationalpoliceweek

Today, we celebrated National Police Week. Officer Langford cooked us some fried fish and fixings, which was outstanding! We were joined by our friend Brandon who brought several blue balloons to honor the fallen. Local sheriff, RAB PD and Decatur PD employees also ate with us. We’re grateful for our partnerships and to work for a community that supports us! #nationalpoliceweek #apartnershipwiththecommunity

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. The Memorial Service began in 1982 as a gathering in Senate Park of approximately 120 survivors and supporters of law enforcement. Decades later, the event, more commonly known as National Police Week, has grown to a series of events which attracts thousands of survivors and law enforcement officers to our Nation's Capital each year.