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The Midland Police Department
The police department of Midland is motivated to ensure the rate of crime decreases in the city of Midland. The police department is subdivided into sections, which ensures the whole city is covered by patrolling officers.
A chief of police heads the police department; the current chief of police is Martin Coli. The ranks in the Midland Police Department are as follows: Chief of Police , Executive Assistant Chief of Police, Assistant Chief of Police, Deputy Chief of Police, Major ,Captain , Sergeant , Senior Corporal and finally Police Officer
The overall crime rate in Midland is 15% lower than the national average and 45% lower than the average of crimes committed in Texas. On the other hand, when it comes to violent crimes, it is 8% lower than the Texas average.
According to police research of Texas and other government lists there were 125 registered sex criminals living in Midland. Texas as of February 13, 2012.The ratio of a number of inhabitants in Midland to the number of gender criminals is 432 to 1.The number of recorded sex criminals compared to the number of inhabitants in this city is near the public average.
Warrants remain active unless the fine is paid in full. In accord with Texas Code of Illegal Procedure, Act 27.14(c), case compensation will consequence in waiver of a jury probationary and a finding of guilty, this may be stated to the Texas Department of Community Safety.
The latest criminal report is of 2013, with the number of offences reaching 212,567. Averagely, that means that the rate of offences was 3,432.3 cases per 100,000 people. The city suffered from 6,567 auto thefts, 12,673 cases of larceny, 10,856 burglaries, 7,321 assaults, 6754 robberies, 59 rapes and 1,890 murders. The police carried out 16,867 arrests.
Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 1:45pm
After 30 years of service with the MPD, we are sad to say goodbye to Sergeant Vance Oliver. We wish him the best of luck in his well-deserved retirement! 👏 👏 👏
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Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 at 9:00am
TXDOT will begin construction of a new 4 way stop at the intersection of N. Big Spring St and Mockingbird Ln. The stop signs will appear Wednesday Feb 6. and will be followed by a traffic signal. Expect delays, please be aware of your soundings and drive defensively at all times. https://t.co/JqEqsu04wr
Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 at 2:41pm
Congratulations to the seven MPD officers who received a promotion today!: Deputy Chief McCright, Lt. Snow, Lt. Dehlinger, Sgt. Sauls, Deputy Chief Fain, Deputy Chief Hedrick, Lt. Lee. The Midland Police Department is proud of your hard work and dedication. #Congratulations #MPD https://t.co/AGBqWt4BZq
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 at 7:39am
Chief Herman had the opportunity to be part of the Senior Life Midland Martin Luther King event last Saturday. He had the opportunity to spend a great evening with amazing people sharing thoughts and experiences. #MPD #MidlandPoliceDepartment https://t.co/xIZJvCMglx
Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 at 8:39am
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! The MPD would like to thank our personnel as well as all other law enforcement agencies for all the hard work.
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Friday, January 4th, 2019 at 8:00am
Congratulations to Officer Aaron Smith on his recent retirement!
Officer Smith has served the citizens of Midland for 22 years! The MPD thanks you for your service and wishes you a happy and well-deserved retirement! #HappyRetirement #MPD https://t.co/xRujvAxfDf
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