Police

Mission Statement
The mission of the Police Department is to provide the highest quality service that promotes and maintains a safe environment in partnership with the community consistent with our values. 

2017 Youth Summit On The Hill June 14-16, 2017 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM each day

Hosted by the Cedar Hill Police Department P.A.C.T. Unit

This is a FREE, three day event for kids ages 8-17 held at the Alan E. Sims Recreation Center, June 14-16, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM each day. Free lunch provided. Registration is required and the number of participants is limited. Participants will hear presentations about drugs & alcohol abuse, the juvenile justice system, peer pressure, bullying, positive decision making, distracted driving, and internet safety. Lots of interactive events such as all-star basketball game, dodge ball and much more. For more information contact Officer Tammie Cooper at 972.291.5181 ext. 2192 or send an emailRegistration Form (please complete and return to Officer Tammie Cooper).

  
   
Commitment to Service
The Cedar Hill Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality service possible to make our community a better, safer place to live. As you browse through our pages, you will find a wide variety of information regarding our programs and services as well as statistical information. The department consists of the Administrative Bureau, Field Services Bureau, and Support Services Bureau. The 68 sworn police officers and 23 civilian employees are here to serve you and will attempt to respond to any inquiries you may have.

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Police 2 Citizen

The Cedar Hill Police Department, in collaboration with the DeSoto and Duncanville Police Departments, just opened a new website called "Police2Citizen". This site offers users the ability to see dispatched police calls, pull up crime based upon an address and radius, map crime, and see "Most Wanted" and "Missing Persons" information and report certain non emergency crimes. These are just a few examples of the new features available. We invite you to try it!


Content Suggestions


If you don't see what you are looking for on this web page, feel free to contact us and make suggestions for internet content. Please use this link for internet content suggestions only. On behalf of the men and women of the Cedar Hill Police Department, we welcome you. -- Chief S.Rhodes 

Annual Reports


As a city and as a department we wish to be trustworthy and transparent, providing you the best possible care that we can. Both the 2016 Cedar Hill Racial Profiling Report and the 2015 Annual Report are available for review.