The Crime Prevention Unit provides free safety presentations on various topics to eliminate or reduce exposure to crime. Interested organizations can fill out an online Speaker request form to have an officer speak at an event.
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To stop a crime, report a fire, or save a life. Call 911 anytime an emergency response is required by law enforcement, fire, or medical personnel. You should call 911 anytime there is an actual emergency. If you are unsure, call 911 and the dispatcher will make the final determination.
The department knows the importance of recognizing employees who have demonstrated acts of kindness and also knows the importance of protecting the community from employees who have demonstrated acts of misconduct. If you like to submit a compliment or a complaint on a Baytown Police employee, you may submit an online form.
Visit Careers & Recruiting for more detailed information on becoming a Baytown Police officer.
The case must be submitted through a computerized system that checks for errors and routes the report to the appropriate division. Once the case arrives to the correct division, a supervisor must assign the case to a detective. Once the case is assigned, it is prioritized by the detective. If there is an error in the way the report was written or filed a delay is possible. If the detective is working weekends, nights, or hours outside of the time the case was assigned a delay is possible.
Pay traffic tickets at the Baytown Municipal Court, located at 3120 N. Main St.
The Citizens Police Academy is a 10 week series of classes that are designed to enhance relationships with community members by familiarizing academy participants with the Baytown Police Department, its policies and practices. Citizens Police Academy classes are held every Spring and Fall. To learn more and apply, go to our Citizens Police Academy page.
Citizens may search for registered sex offenders using the Texas Department of Public Safety Sex Offender site. This website lists registered offenders throughout the State of Texas. You may search by name, address, county, school, and zip code.
You may contact our Records Division at 281-420-6626 or view our web pages to obtain online information to request police and accident reports.