Police Department

A Recognized Law Enforcement Agency

The Boerne Police Department works with citizens to protect life and property, prevent crime, and preserve peace in the community. Our mission is to treat people with dignity, fairness, and respect while operating in a transparent manner consistent with the freedoms secured by the Constitution.

Through our actions and initiatives, we strive to demonstrate the values of integrity, justice, service, trust, and responsibility. This commitment is evidenced by the Boerne Police Department’s designation as a Recognized Law Enforcement Agency.


Divisions

Our department is comprised of multiple divisions and details which are staffed by officers and civilian employees. Divisions include Patrol, Criminal Investigations, and Communications.

Learn more about Divisions and Details

Community Programs

The department hosts and participates in numerous community events throughout the year, including National Night Out, Safety Town, and civilian law enforcement training programs.

Learn how you can partner with us.

Police Services

The department’s commitment to public safety is demonstrated in part through the services our officers provide to residents. Some of these services include a house watch program, home security inspections, child car seat safety inspections, CRASE courses, and ALICE training.

Learn how we can serve you.

  1. Arrest Made in Threats to BISD School

    Boerne Police arrest juvenile suspect in threats against BISD school

    Boerne Police arrested the primary suspect in the threats made against Champion High School on Wednesday, Jan. 31. Details on the arrest.
  2. Scam Likely appears on phone call from unknown number

    Boerne Police reminds residents to be on alert for scammers

    The Boerne Police Department has seen an increase in reported fraud attempt cases over the last year. Learn about recent scams.
  3. audience fills chairs of council chambers for event

    Crowd fills room for Kendall County Behavioral Health Advisory Coalition kick-off

    Representatives shared a background of mental health response in the county and the need for a collaborative approach to fill in the gaps for those experiencing mental health crises. Learn about the coalition.
  4. Chris Walk

    Boerne Police Lt. Chris Walk graduates from FBI National Academy

    He is the fifth officer from the Boerne Police Department to graduate from the FBI National Academy. Read more about Lt. Walk.
  5. City Hall

    City receives national award for collaborative mental health efforts

    The award is for the reimaging of the Police Department’s mental health officer (MHO) position and the City’s efforts to collaborate with area partners on mental health response. Read about the award.
  6. Bowen Patton

    Boerne Police Dept. creates first-ever sergeant for SRO Division

    The new sergeant will oversee all school resource officers and deputies affiliated with Boerne ISD. Learn more about the role.
  7. James Schmidt

    Staff Profile: Lt. James Schmidt is driven by service

    A graduate of Boerne High School, Lt. James Schmidt always knew this was where he wanted to live and work. Read the full profile.
  8. Rebecca Foley

    Officer exemplifies heart behind the badge, helps save man’s life

    Officer Rebecca Foley helps reunite missing elderly man with family after chance of fate on I-10. Read more on this story.
  9. Boerne PD patch logo

    Boerne PD recognizes officers at annual awards ceremony

    Officers recognized for outstanding service to the department and community. See the awards.
  10. 11 police officers sit in front row of auditorium during ceremony

    11 officers promoted at Boerne PD ceremony

    The ceremony included the promotion of four corporals, four sergeants, and three lieutenants. See the honorees.
  11. The school resources officers stand in front of the Boerne ISD administration building

    Boerne ISD, local law enforcement agencies to add SRO's

    This collaboration is in an effort to strengthen safety and security measures at all Boerne ISD facilities. Read about the additions.
  12. Officer Rebecca Foley

    Mental Health Officer a first for Boerne PD

    The Boerne Police Department responding to more than 130 crisis calls in 2021 alone. Read about the new position.
  13. Steve Perez Boerne Police Department

    City names Steve Perez next Chief of Police

    Perez has been serving as the Interim Assistant Police Chief since the retirement of Police Chief Jim Kohler in October. Read about Chief Perez.
  14. Cody Lackey Boerne Police Department

    Cody Lackey promoted to Assistant Chief at Boerne PD

    Lackey, who has been with the department since 2004, assumes the position after the retirement of Assistant Chief Jeff Page at the end of February. Read about AC Lackey.
  15. The swearing-in ceremonies for Chief Steve Perez and Asst. Chief Cody Lackey

    Boerne PD Chief, Assistant Chief sworn in at ceremonies

    A new generation of leadership is at the helm of the Boerne Police Department after the new Chief of Police and Assistant Chief of Police were sworn in Friday, Feb. 25, 2022. Read about the ceremony.
  16. K-9 Emma sits in front of narcotics at drug bust

    Drug Bust: Boerne PD K-9 sniffs out 100 pounds of marijuana

    It was just another dog day at the office for K-9 Emma until a call came in to assist another agency. Read about the bust.
  17. Group photo at officer promotion ceremony January 2022

    Breaking Barriers: Boerne PD marks historic promotion ceremony

    A Boerne PD officer promotion ceremony Jan. 21, 2022, marked several firsts in the department’s history. See the recognitions.
  18. Officer Brandon Goudreau with K-9 Emma

    Boerne PD unveils new K-9 training facility

    The Boerne Police Department held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its brand-new K-9 training facility over the weekend. Read about the project.