Crime Control & Prevention District

Overview

The Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) is composed of seven residents who are appointed by the Town's elected officials to assist the Town in developing and maintaining a crime control plan and a budget for programs designed to help with policing and safety for the community of Trophy Club. Budget approval by the CCPD serves as a recommendation to Town Council for final approval. 

Chapter 363 of the Texas Local Government Code allows for the creation of a Crime Control and Prevention District. An allocation of 0.25 of the 2 cents sales tax is allotted to the Town which funds the District. The CCPD was approved by the voters of the Town of Trophy Club on May 11, 2013.

Meetings

  • 6 p.m.
  • Quarterly
  • 1 Trophy Wood Drive
    Trophy Club, TX 76262

CCPD

Agendas & Minutes

All Town Council and Board and Commission meeting materials, effective October 1, 2023, are being posted on the new Agenda Center webpage. Meeting agendas, minutes, and videos prior to October 2023 can be found at the following locations:

Video Recaps

If you are interested in watching a meeting after it has taken place, please visit the Town of Trophy Club YouTube channel @TrophyClubGov and click on Board Meeting Replay playlist to view past meetings. 

PLEASE NOTE: Prior to video recordings, ALL board and commission meetings have been audio recorded and stored and are available via Soundcloud here.

Meeting replays are typically posted within two days after each meeting.

Members

Staff Liaison

FY23 CCPD BUDGET Opens in new windowPolice Chief Patrick Arata serves as the Board’s staff liaison, please email Chief Arata with comments or questions.

Planning & Budgets

The plan provides funding and follows certain strategies. These strategies are to:

  • Enhance the crime-fighting capabilities of the Trophy Club Police Department through the acquisition of equipment and technology
  • Increase the capabilities of the Trophy Club Police Department through increased staffing in specific areas