The Mansfield Police Department maintains the highest standards of professional ethics and integrity at all levels. Each Employee embraces our core values.
Our mission is to provide the highest level of service, in partnership with the community, to foster a safe atmosphere promoting the highest quality of life for all people.
For emergencies please call 911.
For non-emergencies please call 817-473-0211.
For any other questions please call 817-276-4700.
Police to Citizen (P2C) offers citizens access to commonly requested information such as jail inmates, most wanted criminals, crime reporting, missing persons, and warrant listings.
Offers citizens access to all sex offenders currently registered in Mansfield. Sex offenders are located on an interactive map.
NEWS & EVENTS
The Mansfield Police Department is now accepting applications for the Mansfield Citizens Police Academy Class #20 from Mansfield residents or business owners. The 12 week class starts March 20th 2014 and will be held every Thursday for 12 weeks from 6pm - 9pm.
Deadline for applications will be March 7th by 5pm. If you are interested and have more questions please send all questions to Officer Brandi Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-276-4757.
Mansfield Police's Commercial Vehicle Unit will conduct a CVE regional inspection detail from 6 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the Holland Road crossover of SH 360. The crossover will be closed to traffic during this inspection detail. This a joint effort of the police departments of Mansfield, Arlington, Grand Prairie and Burleson and the Department of Public Safety.Posted on 11/04/13
The City of Mansfield Emergency Management Office is encouraging residents during this severe weather season to register for the city’s Code Red emergency notification system. Residents may register phone numbers to be called during specific weather events including tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings and flash flood warnings. You can elect to receive one, two or all three warnings.
Registration is free. Visit the webpage here for more information. Another good way to stay informed is with a NOAA All Hazards Radio. These can be purchased from most major retailers for about $30. They may be programmed for emergencies in selected counties.
If you do not have access to the Internet or need assistance with any severe weather issue, contact Mansfield Emergency Management at 817-276-4777.Posted on 05/24/13
ReportIt is a free, secure online service allowing citizens to record serial numbers and upload images for phones, electronics, and other valuables. Should the citizen later become a victim of theft or burglary, this information will go a long way in allowing the police department to accurately and quickly identify the property, as well as allowing the citizen to make a complete report to an insurance provider.
The ReportIt service is a part of LeadsOnline, the online system that works with police across the country to track and recover stolen property, which is based in Dallas, TX. The MPD uses LeadsOnline on a daily basis to help track and recover stolen property ---- everything from jewelry to sporting equipment to electronics, computers, cameras, and other items such as designer clothing, collectibles, and other items with invaluable personal worth. The system allows detectives to search for stolen items using a variety of parameters, including item descriptions and serial numbers.
The LeadsOnline database includes product information that is entered automatically whenever an item is sold to a pawn or secondhand shop. This information is immediately viewable by participating law enforcement agencies across the country. The MPD was a charter member with LeadsOnline and pays a yearly fee in order to access this database which has been invaluable in solving numerous crimes since its inception.
LeadsOnline is now making the ReportIt service available at no cost to the citizens of their member cities. Any Mansfield citizen can now register for the free service at reportit.leadsonline.com and immediately begin building their personal property inventory list. Citizens can store an unlimited number of serial numbers, item descriptions, pictures, and scans of receipts so that items can be more easily identified in the event of theft. The extent in which a detective can search for a stolen item is always limited to the description and information about the missing product that the citizen can provide.
None of the information entered by a citizen will be available or viewed by any other citizen or any police agency, and it will not become part of LeadsOnline database for searches. It is simply a safe secure online site for a citizen to create a list to keep track of their property. If the citizen were to sustain a loss, the citizen could then print the list and make it available to the police and or insurance provider. Likewise, citizens will not have access to the LeadsOnline system used by the police.Posted on 02/06/13
On August 9, 2010 The Mansfield City Council amended the Mansfield Code of Ordinances, Chapter 97 (Alarm Systems). This ordinance was amended to contain new permit fees and reporting requirements. All current alarm permits will expire September 30, 2010. A new permit application and required fee must be received before October 31, 2010.
All businesses and residences that are equipped with an alarm system that can summon City emergency services in any manner are required to have a permit within the City of Mansfield.
The cost of the permit is $50 per residential site (Persons 65 years of age and older are exempt from residential site fee), $100 per commercial site and church site, and $200 per financial institution site. Alarm permits are valid for a period of one year from date of issuance.
Permits may be obtained by completing a residential application or commercial application (commercial applications may be used for church and financial sites) and submitting it with payment, either in person or by mail, to the Mansfield Police Department located at 1601 Heritage Parkway or Police Records, 1305 E. Broad Street, Mansfield, 76063. Both locations are open 8-5 Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
The alarm permit ordinance allows the alarm user three false alarms in any 12-month period. Additional false alarms or operating an alarm system without a permit may subject the owner/operator to a fine as follows:
- The first three (3) false alarm calls are at no charge.
- The fourth (4) & fifth (5) false alarm calls within the preceding 12 month period will be $50.00.
- The sixth (6) & seventh (7) false alarm calls within the preceding 12 month period will be $75.00.
- The eighth (8) and any additional false alarm calls within the preceding 12 month period will be $100 each.
1601 Heritage Parkway
Mansfield, TX 76063
Police Records Division
1305 E. Broad Street
Mansfield Texas 76063
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday (Excluding holidays)
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
How To Report...
- An anonymous crime tip
- Permits / Applications
Please see the following:
- Child Fingerprinting - Adult Fingerprinting
- Citizens Police Academy
- Escape School/Stranger Danger
- Fall Festival
- National Night Out
- Neighborhood Watch
- Underage Drinking
Public Safety Building
The Public Safety Building was built in 2005; currently operates the police administration, criminal investigators, community resource officers, police records, property/evidence technician, municipal courts, and fire administration.
Law Enforcement Center
The Mansfield Law Enforcement Center was built in 1990; currently operates with the Uniformed Patrol Division, Communications Division, and the Mansfield Jail.
Jail Administration: Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm
For Bond Information (24 - 7):
For all other Inmate information 7 days a week between the hrs of 7am and 10pm.