One of the services available to the citizens of Boerne is the House Watch Program. When leaving for vacation or when going out of town, you can request a house watch of your residence. As workload allows, patrol officers will drive by and check the security of your residence.
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Yes. The Boerne Police Department offers fingerprinting services Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - noon. For more information please, contact (830) 249-8645.
You must file an Open Records Request to obtain a copy of a police report. Click here to file the request.
The Boerne Police Department enjoys hearing positive feedback from our citizens who come in contact with our officers. We also take complaints on our officers or staff very seriously. If a citizens wishes to commend or complain on an officer, they can submit a Commendation/Complaint Form at the link below. Commendations and Complaints are sent to the sergeants and up the chain of command all the way to the Chief of Police.
An Open Request form must be completed prior to obtaining copies of videos, 911 audio recordings, and other documents not considered public record.
Click here to submit an Open Records request online.
We are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Records may only be picked up Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You may contact us by calling (830) 249-8645.
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.
The local driver's license renewal office is located at:1415 E. Blanco Rd. Ste. 2Boerne, TX 78006
Contact the office by phone at (830) 249-6335.