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Mission Statement

The mission of the Texas City Police Department is to protect life and property while preserving public peace through innovative crime prevention methods. To effectively address quality of life concerns by a proactive police approach and through community policing initiatives to achieve mission objectives.

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The City of Texas City is served by the men and women of the Texas City Police Department. The force, with more than 80 active officers, uphold the principles of safety, integrity and excellence.

Under the leadership and guidance of Police Chief Robert Burby, and with the support of the mayor and commission of the city, the Texas City Police Department remains poised and capable to handle their duties.

Civic efforts such as Neighborhood Watch and Crime Stoppers keep the police in the forefront of the community they serve. By building and nurturing an environment of public trust and safety, the Texas City Police Department is able to successfully reach the diversity of the city it serves.

The Texas City Police Department is proud to have numerous men and women serving on the force who were born and raised in the city they serve. From patrol officers to detectives, many names and faces are familiar to the residents of Texas City.

For non-emergency questions and issues, please call (409) 643-5760. For emergencies and urgent situations, call 911.

If you have information on a crime, or person involved in a crime, please call 409 945-TIPS. All information is anonymous. You can also contact us via email at tips@texas-city-tx.org.

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Last updated:  Aug. 23, 2014