Crime Prevention (P.A.C.T)
Police And Community Team
The Police And Community Team (P.A.C.T.) is comprised of one sergeant, one corporal and four officers who engage in crime prevention and problem solving activities with the community. Each member of the P.A.C.T. unit is assigned to a patrol beat and works as the department liaison within their assigned section. They work closely with other divisions within the police department and other City departments to address crime concerns. Further, these officers work with Crime Watch groups, community groups and citizens to assist in providing information, crime prevention techniques and solutions to resolve community crime concerns. In Cedar Hill, we understand the value of people and relationships which is why we offer a number of programs designed to create opportunities for community engagement to build lasting relationships and help keep our community safe.
Utilize our online Action Request Form to report issues and concerns.
See the Beat Map (PDF) to find out what P.A.C.T. officer represents your neighborhood.
Sergeant Norman Hammel
Contact Sgt. Hammel (972) 291-5181, ext. 2141 Email
Officer Roy Rodriguez - Beat 1
Contact Officer Rodriguez (972) 291-5181, ext. 2178 Email
Officer Rhonda Knott - Beat 2
Contact Senior Officer Knott (972) 291-5181, ext. 2153 Email
Corporal Juan Herrera - Beat 3
Contact Cpl. Herrera (972) 291-5181, ext. 2104 Email
Officer Chris Malone - Beat 4
Contact Officer Malone (972) 291-5181, ext. 2186 Email
Officer Ann McSwain - Beat 5
Contact Officer McSwain at (972) 291-5181, ext. 2511 Email
In May 2013, the Cedar Hill Police Department partnered with Nextdoor.com to launch a social media forum for neighborhoods. We use Nextdoor to keep your family informed of crime alerts, neighborhood watch meetings and information specific to your neighborhood. Visit the Nextdoor.com website. Sign up for free and get connected to your neighbors today!
In July 2014 we launched our Facebook page as a way to help us communicate with the growing part of our community who interact on social media. Using Facebook, we're able to show our community who we are, what we do, and give a 'behind the scenes' view of what policing with our community is all about. Join the conversation today!
In September 2014 we went live on Twitter. Twitter allows us to get information out to our community which may have an immediate effect on travel, roadway, weather, or other events in and around Cedar Hill. Follow us today @CedarHillPolice
In 2015 we started using Instagram as another way to connect with our community. Follow us today @CedarHillPolice
Be sure to check out our in-house produced videos on our YouTube Channel!
*Our social media platforms are not monitored 24hrs a day so please don't use them to report issues requiring police assistance. If you need us but do not have an emergency, please call 972-223-6111.