Police Department Divisions

Bureaus


The Crowley Police Department is divided into three bureaus:
  • Community Policing Bureau
  • Office of the Chief of Police
  • Support Services Bureau

Office of the Chief of Police


This bureau is led by Chief Luis Soler. It includes an Office Administrator/Grant writer, the Office of Community Outreach and the Public Information Office.
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Office of Community Outreach


The Office of Community Outreach is staffed by two sworn Community Liaison Officers and an administrative assistant who manage over 40 community programs. In addition, these officers directly oversee the Citizens Police Academy and the Citizens of Patrol program, which is staffed by civilian volunteers. The Community Liaison officers also serve as Public Information Officers for the Department.

Community Policing Bureau

Under the command of Lt. Michael Roach, this Bureau includes the:
  • Patrol Division
  • Patrol Support Functions
    • Field Training Operations Program
    • Off-Duty Employment Coordinator
    • Quartermaster
    • Wrecker Enforcement
  • School Resource Officer Unit
  • Special Operations (SWAT, Honor Guard, bicycle and ATV patrol)
  • Traffic and Homeland Security Unit

Uniform Services Division


The Uniform Services Division is currently divided into four shifts (2 days, 2 nights), working 12-hour shifts and providing coverage to the city 24/7. One sergeant supervises both day shifts and one sergeant supervises both night shifts. The Sergeants are assisted by their respective Officers in Charge (OIC). With full staffing, each shift has at least four officers on duty at any given time.

School Resource Officer Unit


The School Resource Officer Unit is supervised by a sergeant and consists of four School Resource Officers (SRO) and three crossing guards. The SRO unit protects a total of eight CISD campuses or facilities, one Tarrant County College (TCC) campus, 6,100 students, and over 500 staff members. This unit also oversees the Explorer Post #552.

Traffic & Homeland Security Unit


The Traffic and Homeland Security Unit is comprised of two officers: 1 motor and 1 in a vehicle equipped with License Plate Reader technology. This unit is also tasked with all emergency preparedness and anti-terrorism duties for the department.

Special Unit Operations


Special Unit Operations is our Honor Guard, All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and Bike Patrol unit. Officers working in these special units are called on during city events or special incidents.

Support Services Bureau

Under the command of Lt. Robert Gray, this bureau includes the Administrative Services Division, the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) and the Support Services Division.

Administrative Services Division


The Administrative Services Division includes:
  • Interns
  • Jail Operations
  • Special Projects
  • Training and Continuing Education
In addition, Lt. Gray also oversees Fleet and Building Maintenance, Information Technologies and Internal Affairs.

Criminal Investigations Division


The Criminal Investigations Division is staffed by one sergeant and three detectives. This division is active in local task forces, the Chisholm Trail Intelligence Group, and the Tarrant County Major Incident Task Force (MCIT).

Support Services Division


The Support Services Division is supervised by a civilian supervisor, and it includes Communications (staffed by six dispatchers), Police Records (staffed by one clerk), Property and Evidence Room (staffed by one technician) and Code Compliance Division.