City of Coppell Police Department
130 Town Center
Coppell, Texas 75019
The Coppell Police Department's Community Services Division is commanded by Captain James Cook. This Division oversees Law Enforcement Training, Recruitment/Hiring Process, School Resource Officers and Quartermaster duties. The following programs are available to Coppell citizens through this Division:
Residential / Insurance Crime Prevention Inspection:
A Crime Prevention Officer is available to conduct a security survey of your residence. The service is free and may be used for residential insurance reduction. The Crime Prevention Officer will offer suggestions regarding external and internal lighting, security locks, exterior foliage and fencing, alarms etc. To schedule a Crime Prevention Survey please call Officer Harr at 972-304-3625.
Neighborhood Watch Program:
Numerous Coppell neighborhoods have initiated Neighborhood Watch programs. Neighborhood Watch Programs receive basic crime awareness training and are encouraged to assist law enforcement with reporting suspicious activity. If you are interested in becoming a member of a neighborhood watch or initiating a Neighborhood Watch, please call Officer Harr at 972-304-3625.
Free Self Defense courses structured for women are available throughout the year. The curriculum is designed to provide the necessary tools a woman needs to defend herself against a possible attacker. The program is instructed by Coppell Police Officers and does involve physical elements such as striking, kicking and blocking techniques. If you are interested or have any questions about the program, please contact Officer Shannon Franklin at 972-304-3598.
Community Awareness/Drug and Alcohol Education:
The Coppell Police Department, in partnership with the Coppell Independent School District, takes a very proactive stance against drug use. One of our primary tools is a specifically designed program used to educate and inform our citizens, both school-age children and adults alike. A large portion of this curriculum centers on strategies students can use to avoid becoming involved with narcotics and their ultimate consequences. Other parts include dealing with peer pressure, avoiding conflict and developing good decision-making skills. If you have any questions or would like to find out more about this program, please call Sergeant Cayce Williams at 972-304-7009.
Motor Vehicle Accident Reports:
A copy of a motor vehicle accident report is generally available within three working days of the actual collision. Reports can be obtained at 130 Town Center Blvd., Coppell, Texas, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For more information, contact the Police Records Section at 972-304-3620.
Residential Alarm Registration and Renewal:
All monitored residential and business alarms within the city limits of Coppell must be registered. Alarm permits must also be renewed on a yearly basis. If you have any further questions please contact the Police Department at 972-304-3620.
Offense / Incident Reporting:
If you have an offense or incident you would like to report to the Police Department please call 972-304-3610.