Police Department

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Partnering with our citizens for a safer community.

The Prosper Police Department is a full service municipal department that has an authorized strength of  26 full-time and 3 reserve police officers, 10 civilian support staff, as well as 5 Citizens on Patrol and 4 Police Chaplain volunteers that provides service to our rapidly growing community.

The department participates in various programs such as: Coffee with a Cop, Vacation House Watch, Operation ID, Home Security Surveys, Kid Print ID, Safe Driver Recognition Program, Cops with a Claus,  911 educational based programs and other crime prevention and community based initiatives.

This type of community involvement means our focus is keeping Prosper a safe and enjoyable place to live where both our citizens and visitors feel that they can partner with the Police Department.

To provide these services the Prosper Police Department is currently divided into the following sections:

Administration

This section is under the direction of both the Chief of Police and Assistant Chief of Police.  It provides the support which enables the Department to function administratively. The areas of responsibility for this section are Budget, Purchasing, Personnel, Training, Crime Prevention and Community Services.

Patrol

This section is under the operational direction of the Assistant Chief of Police. The Patrol Section is the most visible of the Department’s sections. Officers assigned to this section respond to a variety of calls for service. This section is directly supervised by the Patrol Sergeants.

Criminal Investigations

This section is under the operational direction of the Chief of Police. This section conducts all types of criminal investigations, as well as various types of internal/administrative investigations.

Communications

This section is under the operational direction of the Chief of Police. This section receives all calls for service for the Police, Fire, 911 and other emergency services. This section is directly supervised by the Communications Supervisor, who also serves as the primary records clerk for the police department. The Town of Prosper is a Smart911 community.

 

 

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Be smart about safety. No one plans to call 9-1-1, but now you can plan ahead. 

 

 

Contact

Doug Kowalski
Chief of Police

Gary McHone
Assistant Chief of Police

Physical Address:
101 S. Main St.
Prosper, TX 75078

Non-Emergency Number:
(972) 347-2226

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