Sealy Police Department
1320 Rexville Road
Sealy, Texas 77474
Facsimile: (979) 885-2984
In the event of an Emergency, dial 911.
The department is open 24 hours a day for citizen calls for police service. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, for records checks, accident reports, other administrative functions, and a list of registered sex offenders.
Sealy Police Department Mission
The Sealy Police Department is organized and trained to provide responsive service in a community-police partnership. The Department focuses all available resources to promote community safety, suppress crime, ensure the safe, orderly movement of traffic, and protect the constitutional rights of all persons.
Sealy Police Department Vision
- We Will:
• Be a progressive and agile organization that readily adapts to the demands of change and growth.
• Be professionally knowledgeable, highly trained, and well educated.
• Be well equipped and make maximum use of the efficiencies that technology offers.
• Be accountable and efficient through team building, communication with each other,
shared decision-making and an emphasis on Department values.
• Be responsive to our citizens through a dynamic community partnership and by
focusing sharply on community needs and the preservation of community values.
• Demonstrate leadership in the community through our pursuit of excellence and by setting
an example of self-discipline and performance that is the mark of professionals dedicated to service.
During normal office hours, you may obtain:
|Accident report copies - $5.00/ea.
|Vacation watch request forms - No Charge
|All open record requests should be submitted to the City Secretary's office located at City Hall.
Crime Victim Assistance Program
The Crime Victim Assistance Program is serviced through the Austin County Crime Victim Coordinators and can be reached at (979) 865-5933.
The goals of the Crime Victim Assistance program are:
• to reduce the trauma and insensitive treatment victims and witnesses experience in the wake of a crime;
• to increase victim and witness participation in the justice system by giving full recognition
and protection to the rights of these individuals; and
• to avoid inflicting "secondary victimization" that has often characterized much of the plight
of the victims of crime.
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