Look up accident reports online or access them in person or over the phone.
Find information about the auto impound, including fees, hours of operation, and vehicle releases.
Request a free car seat installation from the police department or watch a video to learn how to do it yourself.
Find out payment information, court dates, and amounts owed using the online citation and warrant search tool.
File a code complaint, check the status of an existing code case, apply for a permit, or review common code violations.
Learn about programs we offer to connect with the community that we serve.
View eligibility requirements, understand how the COPE program works, and enroll online.
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.
Learn how to find out if someone is in the Grand Prairie Detention Center, review visitation guidelines, inmate information, and other frequently asked questions.
The Medication Disposal Program in Grand Prairie gives residents a place to safely dispose of pharmaceuticals on an ongoing basis. Residents can bring prescription medications including narcotics to the Grand Prairie Police Department for disposal.
Citizens can use the online services portal to search for public safety incidents and arrests, submit incident reports, obtain copies of reports, request a security watch of their house and access other useful information.
Downloadable police forms
Request Police open records
The Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) implemented a website to allow for public access to sex offender registration (SOR) information within the State of Texas.
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.
The Grand Prairie Police Department’s Senior Safety Key Lockbox Program is designed to expedite access into homes during a 911 emergency. The key lockbox securely provides a door key so emergency first responders can enter when the resident is not able to answer the door due to a medical or other emergency.
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 professional staff of the Grand Prairie Police Department's Victim Services Unit provides crisis intervention, advocacy, and support services to crime victims.
1525 Arkansas Lane
Grand Prairie, TX 75052