Lookup Arrests and Wanted Persons in the City of El Paso, Texas. Results Include: Arrest Records, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Eyes, Height, Weight, Sex, Age, Hair
El Paso Police Department
El Paso Police Department (EPPD) is responsible for maintaining law and order in El Paso, Texas, which has a population of about 674,433 people. It is divided into five patrol divisions: Central Regional Command, Pebble Hills Regional Command, Mission Valley Regional Command, Northeast Regional Command and Westside Regional Command. Specialized units in the El Paso Police Department include: Criminal Investigations, Intelligence, Special Traffic Investigations, DWI Task Force, Freeway Enforcement, Canine, Bomb Squad, SWAT, Dignitary Protection, Internal Affairs and Public Integrity Unit.
Greg Allen is the current chief of police of the EPPD, he was appointed in March 2008. The ranks in the EPPD are as follows: Chief of police, Assistant Chief of police, Commander, Lieutenant, Sergeant and Patrol Officer.
In El Paso a warrant may be issued for your arrest if you fail to appear in court as ordered by a judge or when you fail pay a fine in full or fail to comply with other sentencing requirements. When issued with a warrant, law enforcement officials can arrest you wherever you are located, including your place of work. To check whether or not you have been issued with an arrest warrant, be sure to call the Court’s Warrant Office (212-0221), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will be required to provide your official name, any aliases, your date of birth, and if possible the citation number.
Some of the most wanted fugitives in El Paso, Texas are: Acosta-Pena, Lizbeth, Aguilar, Jorge Alberto, Arballo-Talamantes, Enrique, Arellano-Romero, Fernando and Arellano-Romero, Luis. For more detail and other wanted fugitives, check
The overall crime rate in El Paso is 14% lower than the national average and 27% lower than the average of crimes committed in Texas. On the other hand, when it comes to violent crimes, it is 9% lower than the Texas average.
The address of the police headquarters is 911 N. Raynor, El Paso, TX 79903 or you can call (915) 564-7000 for more information.
El Paso City, TX Police Department Address: 911 N Raynor St, El Paso, TX 79903, USA
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