The Support Services Division is a division that provides assets and services above and beyond Community Policing efforts. The Support Services Division oversees community policing, neighborhood watch, traffic enforcement, accident investigations, and crime suppression efforts. The Support Services Division also focuses on highly visible enforcement of traffic laws, including speed limits in school zones, problem areas in neighborhoods and rush hour traffic. Members of the Support Services Division are also highly-trained in the technical aspects of accident investigation and reconstruction.
The Police Department operates the animal shelter in Trophy Club, which is managed by an Animal Control Officer.
Browse through community services such as the Citizens Police Academy, Vacation Watch, and more.
The Denton County Sheriff’s Department offers Fingerprinting Services one day a week at an IdentoGO location. IdentoGO offers nationwide retail locations featuring state of the art electronic fingerprint capture capabilities as well as other identity-related products and services. For additional information contact https://www.identogo.com/locations.
The Trophy Club Police Department maintains records generated from police action or response of the Trophy Club Police including arrest, offense, and accident reports.
Crossing Guards are assigned to crosswalks where our school children cross our busiest streets. School Crossing Guards are equipped with signs and identifying clothing and motorists are required to obey the Crossing Guards like they would obey a peace officer.
The Police Department and Northwest Independent School District partner to provide a School Resource Officer to serve the four NISD schools in Trophy Club.
Originally developed in Pensacola, Florida PD, the Take Me Home program was designed to be helpful to individuals who have difficulty communicating, as well as individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome, developmental or cognitive disabilities as well as senior citizens who may suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s.
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 Vacation Watch / Close Patrol for your residence or business at any time.
Patrick ArataChief of Police
Police DepartmentPhysical Address
1 Trophy Wood Drive
Trophy Club, TX 76262
1 Trophy Wood Drive Trophy Club TX 76262
Phone: 682-237-2960Fax: 682-237-2997Emergency Phone: 911
24-Hour Non-Emergency: 972-434-5500, option 9
Calls to the 911 or the non-emergency number go to the Denton County Sheriff's Department, which is the dispatch for Trophy Club Police Department.Hours
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.