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The Leander Police Department
The Leander Police Department is a professional, progressive and dynamic organization dedicated to promoting a high quality of life for all resident of Leander through community policing. The department strives to meet the challenges of serving and protecting the residents and visitors of a growing community with all its resources. In addition, the department’s officers are dedicated to core values and upholding their oath of office. The department is divided into a number of divisions which include Criminal Investigation Division, Records and Permits Division, Uniform Services (Patrol Division, Traffic Enforcement and Management, Bike Patrol) and Support Services Division. Apart from maintaining law and order, the police department also runs a number of programs which include The, Leander Police Explorer Post #0641, National Night Out, Neighborhood Watch , Trunk-or-Treat, Leander LEO , Coffee with a Cop ,Operation Chill, Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.) and Educational classes.
The Leander Police Department is headed by Greg Minton who is the current chief of police. Chief Minton started working with the Leander police department in 1995 and was appointed as the chief of police in July 2012.
Though the Municipal Court issues all warrants in the city, the police department has a Police Officer who is assigned full-time to warrants. To check if you have an outstanding warrant it is advisable that you visit the police department in person.
In Leander, the overall crime rate is 61% lower than the national average with 3.24 crimes occurring daily in every 100,000 residents. In the city one has a 1 in 85 chance of being a victim of any form of crime. The average year over year crimes in Leander has decreased by 15%, making the city safer than 79% of the cities in the United States.
Below is the physical address of Leander police department:
705 Leander Dr,
Leander, TX 78641, United States
Phone number: +1 512-528-2800
Leander City, TX Police Department Address: 705 Leander Dr, Leander, TX 78641, United States
Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 9:33am
Crash is cleared and roadway re-opened. One driver transported with non-life threatening injury. Other driver arrested for Driving While Intoxicated,. #LeanderTraffic https://t.co/lxXOUGYwEL
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at 3:12pm
Crash cleared and roadway reopened. One driver cited for failing to yield ROW resulting in the crash. Minor injuries to all involved. #LeanderTraffic https://t.co/qLoakayzOB
Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 at 11:06am
Smokey Mo’s BBQ invited LPD to present the CRASE material to their GMs this morning, and it was a very informative meeting. Thank you Smokey Mo’s for having us! If you would like officers to come speak to your group, please contact Sgt J. Lauden at jlauden @leandertx.gov. https://t.co/hd6RwuS6Dp
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 at 4:23am
Check out this KVUE story by Juan Rodriguez on Leander K9 “Kodi” getting his new ballistic vest on Monday. Thanks for the awesome story and thanks to the community for all their support of the police department officers and staff – even the… https://t.co/dmVe8XdeCe
Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 5:52pm
Several months ago Lynn Rock called the Leander Police Department and told us that she noticed that Kodi did not have a ballistic vest. From that point she began fund raising, passing out flyers, and anything else… https://t.co/wTspKO1IdB
Friday, February 8th, 2019 at 8:20pm
Water freezes at 32 degrees. It is currently 31 with rain and sleet (water stuff) in the area. If you have to drive, drive to the conditions and we recommend you slow down A LOT! The speed limit is way too fast for these conditions. #LeanderTraffic #LeanderWeather https://t.co/THlg7CeQPU
NWS has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Leander and WILCO until 7 AM Saturday. Additional light precipitation is moving through, causing the potential for some icy bridges and overpasses. Some icy bridges have already been reported by WCSO in the northern part of Williamson. https://t.co/nWFutyExS2
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