Each year, Killeen Police Department 's police officers, 9-1-1 call takers, and other employees have thousands of contacts with people. In some cases, individuals may question why an incident was handled in a particular way. Or, they may wish to acknowledge the employees involved. In other situations, they may disagree with the actions or conduct of a department employee.
The Killeen Police Department values the feedback it receives from the community as a means to evaluate current policies. For example, if a particular policy routinely generates questions from citizens, the policy may need to be changed, or employee training may need to be increased in that area. Occasionally, our employee's actions may be inappropriate and warrant corrective action.
The Killeen Police Department takes citizen's concerns seriously. We believe the public is entitled to efficient, fair, and impartial service. We investigate all allegations of employee misconduct, respond to inquiries about employee actions or department policy, and document all commendations received from the public.
These pages explain what you can expect to happen if you file a complaint (allegation) and outlines the process time line.
Or you may prefer to call the Office of Internal Affairs staff at (254) 501-6564, Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., or stop by 3304 Community Blvd, Killeen, Texas 76542.
You may email the Internal Affairs Unit by following the link.
Sometimes people do not feel comfortable making a complaint against a Police Department employee because of language barriers, cultural differences, or other reasons. If you need assistance because of language barriers, interpreters are available, contact the Office of Internal Affairs, (254) 501-6564.
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