Police - A Recognized Law Enforcement Agency

About Boerne PD

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.


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 officers of the Boerne Police Department are dedicated to serving our community by building connections and relationships with residents and their families. 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.

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    Boerne PD Hiring Probationary Police Officer

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    Coffee With a Cop builds relationships between officers, community

    The Boerne Police Department hosted Coffee With a Cop June 10 to build trust and relationships with the public. Read on...
  3. 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 on...
  4. picture of Boerne Police Chief Jim Kohler

    Boerne’s Chief of Police to retire

    After more than three decades of exemplary service to Boerne and its residents, Boerne’s Chief of Police Jim Kohler announced that he will retire on October 31, 2021. Read on...
  5. Sergeant Pablo Morales poses for a picture with Boerne PD Chief Jim Kohler

    Boerne Police Officer Pablo Morales promoted to Sergeant

    Joined by his family and fellow officers, Boerne Police Officer Pablo Morales was promoted to sergeant during a ceremony Thursday. Read on...
  6. Officers talk to residents seated at National Night Out event

    Hundreds gather for National Night Out in Boerne

    More than 600 people attended National Night Out gatherings around Boerne Oct. 5, 2021. Read on...
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