The mission of the Town of Prosper Police Department is to effectively and efficiently provide for the protection of lives and property, preserve the public peace, and provide needed community services with the highest level of professionalism and ethical standards, through the use of Courtesy, Service, and Protection.
Our leadership is comprised of a Chief of Police. The department’s administration is to lead the agency and provide the support which enables the Department to function administratively. Areas of responsibility for this section are budget, purchasing, personnel and training.
Patrol is the most visible of the Department’s sections. Officers assigned to this section respond to calls for service and work 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off. This section is directly supervised by the Patrol Sergeants. It also comprises of Crime Prevention and Community Services.
Prosper Police Department is always searching for highly qualified and motivated employees. The Town of Prosper topped the Dallas Business Journal’s list of fastest-growing cities in North Texas with a population change of 56.02% from 2013 to 2017. As of January 1, 2020 the estimated population was 28, 380. This means that if you are looking for a quickly growing career with an accredited agency, Prosper Police Department is the agency for you. Background investigations will be conducted by Detective Windon. For more information on recruitment, contact Sergeant Kevin McGee or Lieutenant Bryan Golden.
The Criminal Investigations Division or CID is the investigative branch of the department. CID performs all criminal investigations as well as various types of internal/administrative investigations.
The primary role of the records division at the Prosper Police Department is to oversee the retention, storage, destruction, and retrieval of any item considered a record. Records is also responsible for administering alarm permits, solicitor permits, and fulfilling open records requests.
Special Response Team (SRT)
The Prosper Police Department SRT is a unit comprised of officers that work high-risk incidents requiring special training, tactics, and weapons. The SRT is a group of dedicated, highly trained and motivated officers who are on call 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
The Prosper Police Department K-9 unit provides support for patrol officers and detectives by searching for suspects, drugs and other property and evidence.
The Honor Guard functions as ambassadors of not only the Police Department but the Town of Prosper. Honor Guard members represent the police department at funeral services for officers killed in the line of duty and present Colors at Law Enforcement events.
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Our Communications team is staffed by a dedicated group of professional providing information gained by years of training and experience. Communications receives all calls for service for the Police, Fire, 911 and other emergency services. Each telecommunicator is cross-trained to receive emergency and non-emergency requests for service and certified by the National Academy in Emergency Medical Dispatching. This section is directly supervised by the Communications Manager. The Communications Manager also serves as the primary records clerk for the police department.
|Chief of Police
|Non-emergency Number||Anonymous Information Number||Physical Address|
|(972) 569-1040||(972) 347-2226||(972) 569-1177||101 S. Main Street
Prosper, Texas 75078
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