The Grand Prairie Police Department’s Citizens On Patrol (COP) program provides the opportunity for trained citizen volunteers to assist their police department with designated non-confrontational activities as citizen patrollers and administrative volunteers
The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program is a state-of-the-art crime prevention program designed to reduce crime, drugs, and gangs on apartment properties.
Grand Prairie Crime Stoppers partners with the community, media and law enforcement in both crime prevention and crime solving.Grand Prairie Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for tips that lead to an arrest. It is always anonymous.
Neighborhood Watch operates to educate participants in the principles of deterrence, delay and detection. The program depends on a communication network organized with three levels of participants – the resident, block captains and co-captains, and a local law enforcement representative.
The Eagle Eyes Security Camera Registration Program is one of Grand Prairie Police Department's crime prevention and investigation tools. The program gives residents and business owners who own security cameras the opportunity to provide surveillance footage to GPPD, which can help solve crimes.
Apply for a Home Security Survey to qualify for a Texas Department of Insurance 5% premium reduction certificate your home.
The Grand Prairie Police Department video alarm response initiative is aimed at reducing crime, increasing criminal apprehensions and lowering the number of false alarms.
Submit a Vacation Watch Request to have your home checked by uniformed police officers or Citizens On Patrol when time and call load permits.
The “Exchange Zone” spaces are well-lit and under 24-hour surveillance, giving residents and commuters a safe place to purchase or exchange property. We also invite blended families to utilize the Exchange Zone for child custody arrangements.
1525 Arkansas Lane
Grand Prairie, TX 75052