The TCPD brings the community of Trophy Club together through community policing and community services. Trophy Club is a safe, vibrant, and desirable place to live, and, in large part, as a direct result of this philosophy. This model of policing is community-focused, problem-oriented, and proactive rather than reactive. This is done successfully through a “community policing” philosophy that is grounded in the belief that the police are part of the community, and, as such must work in partnership with those they serve.
- Bicycle Registration
- Fraud Alerts
- Home & Business Security Inspections
- Police Chaplain Program
- Records Check
- Vacation Watch / Close Patrol
Bicycle registration is a program that can reduce theft or help us recover your bicycle if it is lost or stolen. We make this program available to all residents and encourage you to use it. There is no cost for the bicycle registration program.
Fraud alerts will be posted frequently on our homepage and in other social media venues. For the most current fraud alerts, you can click on this link.
Our Crime Prevention and Community Service Officer (CP/CSO) is trained and certified to conduct home and business security inspections. These inspections will give you the information you need to make your home or business more secure and reduce the possibility that you will become a victim. You may contact our CP/CSO to set an appointment or call the Police Department during normal business hours at 682-237-2968 to make arrangements for him to visit you. There is no charge for this service.
In partnership with faith-based organizations, several of the local pastors serve in the Chaplain Program to assist the Police and Fire Departments in handling traumatic events. On a number of occasions, Chaplains have assisted the emergency first responders by providing their unique abilities in these situations. The level of their involvement, in any event, is left up to those who may need these services and it is not mandatory. It is one of our efforts to provide comfort to victims and survivors of traumatic events.
The Police Department (PD) can provide a report of any involvements a person may have had in Trophy Club. This is not a substitute for a complete criminal history that is available from the Texas Department of Public Safety but covers only a person’s history in Trophy Club. If you find yourself in need of this sort of letter or report, please contact the PD.
Regardless of whether you are going on an extended vacation, just leaving for the weekend, or have a concern about the security of your home, you can request a Close Patrol on your residence or business. Upon receipt of your Close Patrol Form, it is entered into our computers and officers will make a special effort to drive by and observe your residence or business several times a day. You may complete and submit the online form or come by the Police Department and pick up and submit a physical form. We have found a variety of issues at homes on Close Patrol that could have caused significant concerns if left unattended for very long so we encourage everyone to use this service.