Temple Police Department
105 S 5th St, Temple, TX 76501-4298
City Services: 311 (limited availability)
*Emergency services are available 24/7 by calling "911".
*Office hours vary by department and location. They typically run anywhere from 8am-4pm Mon-Fri to 24hrs/7days a week.
*Please call to verify all information
- For a parking violation, speeding, or traffic citation, check the back of the ticket for instructions on how to proceed. A number or address will be listed as to where to pay the traffic ticket, or you can pay or appeal in person at the courthouse listed.
- Some cities offer online police records, crime reports, criminal records, and government forms on their website. If a web address is not listed above, or does not offer them, most departments will be happy to help you over the phone.
- Records management is typically open from 8am to 4 or 5pm Monday-Friday, and observes federal holidays.
- Most states have Public Information Acts that provides for public access to most government records, and for the sale of copies, including Police Reports. Verify with your local states laws.
- Citizens are urged to join community policing programs in their area, such as Cellular on Patrol(COP), Problem-Oriented Policing(POP), or SARA/SARAM. These programs help to identify and report neighborhood problems. Visit the departments website, or call, to find out what initiatives are available in your area.
Information and Requirements-
- Call the Temple Police Department for specific information about the Police Academy in or near Temple, TX. Different stations have different requirements, and transfers can be difficult.
- For an idea of Police Officer Salary and Benefits in Temple, checkout Salary.com
- Ask about other opportunities in the departments. There are many great civilian jobs needed outside of sworn positions, with great pay and benefits.
- Request to go for a ride-a-long in order to evaluate if this is the right job for you.
- Some Departments require/offer sponsorship, and will pay you a salary during your free training. If the area does not offer support, you may need to pay for law enforcement academy training.
- You will be required to complete physical fitness tests, and mental evaluation exercises.
- An intense background check will be performed.
- Completion of High school, or a GED, is Mandatory.
- A 4 year degree is highly recommended, and often required.
- Police Academy Training can take anywhere from 3-8 months.
- Some possible disqualifications for acceptance to cadet training include excessive traffic citations, age requirements, and past offences.
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Nearby Police Departments:
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Clayton Police Department
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Rogers Police Department
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