Office of Community Liaison

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Overview

The Office of Community Liaison serves the community by participating in:
  • Crime Prevention
  • Public Safety
  • National Night Out
  • Blue Santa
  • Citizens on Patrol
  • Citizens Police Academy

Any questions or concerns about safety and community service is handled by this department.

OCL@pflugervilletx.gov
512-990-6940

Community Education and Volunteer Training

Citizen volunteers are extremely important to the Police Department. The Citizens on Patrol volunteers work on a rotating basis to patrol neighborhoods, assist at the Animal Shelter, help with special events, direct traffic, manage crowd control in emergencies and assist with administrative duties, just to name a few! To become a COP(Citizen On Patrol), residents can attend the Citizens Police Academy; a 13-week training program designed to inform citizens of the workings and duties of the department and citizen on patrol volunteers.  At the end of the training, class members who graduate are available to serve the community. If you are interested in partnering with the Police Department in this capacity, call or email the Office of Community Liaison.

OCL@pflugervilletx.gov  512-990-6940

Community Relations and Welfare

Public Safety Day | Blue SantaNational Night Out

Blue Santa_thumbThe Pflugerville Police Department offers a number of outreach events to encourage a positive dialogue and interaction with our residents.

These events occur once a year:

  • Annual Open House
  • Blue Santa
  • National Night Out

These are ongoing services provided for the safety and well-being of the community:

  • Victim Services
  • Citizens on Patrol

Ride Along with an Officer

Fill out the Rider Form to request a ridealong and return it either to the officer you intend to ride with, or turn it in at the Dispatch window.  You will then need to await approval and contact dispatch with a date and time you wish to ride along. 

Crime Prevention

Home surveys | Vacation Watch/Close Patrol

Did you know?

The Pflugerville Police Department offers a vacation watch/close patrol of your residence. A resident can request a security check be made of their property during a vacation or trip. If any unknown person is found on your property, they may be detained and interviewed by a police officer.

While close patrol is not a contract to guard your property, it is a request that the Pflugerville Police Department physically come by and randomly check your property while you are away.

Fill out a Close Patrol form to have your contact information on file so that in the event something does happen on your property, the Police Department can contact you quickly and efficiently. To sign up, call police communications at 512-990-6700, and choose option “0.” Close Patrol Application

 

Youth Education and Services

Bicycle Rodeo & Registration | Child IDCool Moves

Youth interaction is important to our officers. Not only has the City and Pflugerville ISD cooperatively formed an ISD police department, but the city continues to provide ongoing programs for the youth:

  • Annual Bike Rodeo which addresses bicycle safety and skills
  • Ongoing fingerprinting services through Child ID at the Police Department

The Police also operate a summer safety campaign called "Cool Moves" which encourages youth to be safe! Children "caught" practicing safety (looking both ways before crossing the street, walking a bike in a crosswalk etc...) receive a free ticket for an ice cream.

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