Services Available

Officer Pease next to his patrol bicycle in front of Boerne City Campus

The Boerne Police Department offers a number of services to promote public safety among residents and the community. Review the services on this page and contact the Police Department with any questions at (830) 249-8645.

House Watch

When leaving for vacation or when going out of town, you can request a house check of your residence from the Boerne Police Department. As workload allows, patrol officers will check the security of your residence daily. A simple application is filled out with information that is given to the officers and dispatch in regards to your home. Once you return, a simple phone call to the department will remove your home from the list.

Submit a House Watch request form.


Home Inspections

With a home security inspection, homeowners can receive a discount in their homeowner’s insurance premium. Per the Texas Department of Insurance, the home must meet certain requirements to pass the inspection as stated on the inspection form. 

When you are confident your home meets the requirements, complete the Home Inspection form and email it to the Boerne Police Department or deliver it in person to 124 Old San Antonio Road. If your home passes the inspection, the results will be forwarded to the Texas Department of Insurance, which will then mail you a certificate. For more information on home inspections, please email Sergeant Greg Irvin or email Officer Chris Padilla.

Download the Home Inspection form.


Traffic Enforcement

The Boerne Police Department utilizes a radar trailer that is set out at various locations within the city. The trailer is used to make drivers aware of their speed and to collect data to show what times traffic is the heaviest and what times traffic is the fastest. Complete the Traffic Enforcement Request form If you are interested in having the radar trailer or speed-monitoring officers set up on your street or in your neighborhood to monitor traffic issues. Email Sergeant James Gonzales for questions regarding the radar trailer.

Complete the Traffic Enforcement Request Form.


Child Passenger Safety Seat Installation and Inspections

If you need help installing a child passenger seat or would like your seat inspected by a certified Child Passenger Safety technicians, email Officer Rebecca Foley to schedule an appointment.

Child Passenger Safety technicians use their considerable knowledge and expertise at a variety of community-based activities, such as child safety seat checks, where parents and caregivers receive education and hands-on assistance. CPS technicians also keep up to date on the latest technical information about child passenger safety through seminars and other continuing education opportunities. For more information on Child Passenger Safety, visit the National Child Passenger Safety Certification website.


CRASE Course - Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events

Law enforcement officers and agencies are frequently requested by schools, businesses, and community members for direction and presentations on what they should do if confronted with an active shooter event. The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events course (CRASE), designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend strategy developed by ALERRT in 2004, provides strategies, guidance and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.

Topics include the history and prevalence of active shooter events, the role of professional guardians, civilian response options, medical issues, and drills. Participants in this four-hour Train-the-Trainer course will receive a manual and PowerPoint presentation suitable for use in their own presentations. If your business or group would like more information on this course or would like to be trained, please email Officer Rebecca Foley.


ALICE Training - Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate

ALICE is committed to increasing survivability in a violent intruder event through training proactive response options. There are more ways than one to be prepared for a violent event. Whether you are at a mall, in a theater, grocery shopping, attending a game or listening to a concert, you have options. When ALICE response strategies are implemented, unwilling participants in the event are empowered to choose their best survival option. Seconds count during a violent event and the actions taken in between when the event begins and law enforcement arrives are significant and can increase survivability. Currently, the Boerne Independent School District has completed ALICE training for most of its staff and administrators.

If you are interested in completing the wo-hour ALICE training course, email Sergeant Chris Walk or email Officer Rebecca Foley.