More than 600 residents and 22 officers gathered for National Night Out to strengthen community-police partnerships.
Learn more about NNO.
Sergeant Morales began his career with BPD in 2012 and has received numerous accolades over that time.
Learn more about Sergeant Morales.
After more than three decades of exemplary service to Boerne and its residents, Boerne’s Chief of Police Jim Kohler will retire on October 31, 2021.
Read more about Chief Kohler.
If you see a child locked in a parked car, call 9-1-1 immediately. Read more about heat stroke prevention.
Learn more about hot car safety.
The facility is the result of an Eagle Scout project by two Boerne students, Samuel Adams and Ian Siemens.
Read more about the training facility.
The Boerne Police Department connected with members of the community during its Coffee With a Cop event downtown.
Read more about Coffee With a Cop.
Lt. Cody Lackey and Officer Rebecca Foley coordinated and ran this year’s event and estimated more than 20 people dropped off unused or unwanted prescription medications.
Read more about the drug take back program.
The Boerne Police Department held their annual Awards Ceremony on March 11, 2021, to recognize exemplary service in 2020.
Read more about the police awards ceremony.