There are a number of ways to report a crime. To report a crime that is occurring or an emergency, please call 911. To report a crime that has already occurred or is not a life or death emergency please follow this link to our Reporting a Crime page for more information.
The Killeen Police Department welcomes and encourages citizen involvement. To make your neighborhoods a safe and pleasant place to live we need your help. If you have reason to believe that someone is selling or using drugs please contact us. Please follow this link to our Reporting a Crime page for more information.
Police reports can be picked up at the Records Section of the Killeen Police Department. Records is located in the main police building at 402 N 2nd Street, Killeen, Texas 76541. You may call 254/501-8940 for further information.
Please follow the link to visit our Employment pages.
As a general rule, no. Due to liability concerns the Killeen Police Department does not normally allow this.
Texas Driver's Licensing is handled by the Texas Department of Public Safety. The local DPS office is located at 302 Priest Drive in Killeen, TX. Their phone number is (254) 634-1919. Answers to many questions may be found on the DPS website.
If you received a citation from an agency other than the Killeen Police Department please contact that agency for information. If you received a citation from a Killeen Police Officer you may contact the Killeen Municipal Court for further information. The phone number is (254) 501-7850. The Municipal Court is located at 200 E Ave D in downtown Killeen. The reverse side of your copy of the citation also contains information. It is important that you contact the Municipal Court by the date listed on the citation. Failure to do so could result in a warrant being issued for your arrest. You can locate additional information or pay your fine at the Killeen Municipal Court Website.
In order to best utilize our budgeted funds, the Killeen Police Department does not give away or sell uniform items including patches.
Information regarding commending an officer is located on our Internal Affairs pages.
Information regarding complaining about an officer is located on our Internal Affairs pages.
Information regarding Concealed Handgun permits and procedures can be obtained from the Texas Department of Public Safety website.
Information regarding Texas laws can be obtained from the Texas.gov government website portal.
Street lights are maintained by Oncor, the local electrical utility. An online reporting application for street lights can be found on their website at http://www.oncor.com/.