Are you between the ages of 21-44 looking for a new, exciting career? If so, come and join our team!We are currently hiring for the position of police officer!
We will provide all of the training and pay you while you do it!Starting Pay: Trainee $48,175.40 (while in the academy); Police Officer $55,769.22 (upon academy graduation)
Other Department Benefits:
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance
Retirement System (TMRS) 2 to 1 Match
Civil Service Rights and Protection
Paid Vacation, Holidays, and Sick Leave
TCOLE Certification Pay
Individually Assigned Vehicles
Field Training Officer Pay
SWAT Officer Pay
12 Hour Shifts (Shift Bid Program)
Alternating Saturdays Off
For more information, visit: wfpd.net/hire
To apply, click the QR code or visit: https://bit.ly/3jBN6YC
** WE ARE NOW HIRING – JOIN OUR TEAM **
We are currently hiring for the following positions:
1) POLICE OFFICER
2) Public Safety Dispatchers/911 Operators
3) Records Clerks
ALL JOBS ARE OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND ALL TRAINING IS PROVIDED! NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!
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We are currently hiring for the following positions:
1) Public Safety Dispatchers/911 Operators
2) Records Clerk
3) Crime Scene Technician
4) Community Service Officer/Front Desk (civilian)
For more information and to apply, visit www.wfpdnow.com/jobs
On 08-13-21, at approx 1345hrs, officers responded to a bomb threat at Hirschi High School. Over the course of the next hour, 4 more threats came in at Rider, Old High, Barwise, and Kirby.
All 5 schools activated their emergency protocols and evacuated the students while the buildings were cleared in a multi-jurisdictional effort. Once the buildings had been cleared and no bombs were found, students were returned to the schools for their normal dismissal activites.
This is the second day in a row that these types of threats have been called in. We are asking anyone with any information about who may be making these threats to call us immediately. Terroristic Threats are a violation of the law and will be taken seriously.
Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers is offering a $2500 reward in the case. To call in an anonymous tip, please call 940-322-9888.
UPDATE: The building has been cleared and no bombs were found. However, the case will remain under investigation. Terroristic Threats are a violation of the law and will be taken seriously. If any one has any information about this threat, or know who may have called it in, please call Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888.
Wichita Falls Police and Fire Units, along with resources from Sheppard Air Force Base, are on scene at Old High, 2149 Avenue H, due to a reported bomb threat.
At this time, all students and faculty have been evacuated. Most students have left for the day or have been picked up from school.
As a precaution, all participating agencies will remain on the scene until the investigation is complete and the building has been cleared.
Although no bomb has been located at this time, we do ask the public to avoid the area until further notice.
We will update you with more information as soon as we have it.
***UPDATE TO PREVIOUS NEWS RELEASE***
It grieves our hearts at the WFPD to notify our city family that the three-old child involved in the injury crash on 07-21-21 has passed away. Titan Pendleton died at 9:19 pm on 07-26-21 at Cooks Children’s Medical Center. Sgt. Paul Newton of the WFPD Crash Investigations Unit advised criminal charges are expected to be filed on the mother. Please pray for Titan’s family and our city as we grieve the loss of one of our little one.
ORIGINAL NEWS RELEASE:
WFPD officers responded on 07-21-21, at about 3:34 pm, to an injury crash at N. Martin Luther King Blvd and Wichita Street. According to witnesses, a white Dodge Charger was traveling west on Wichita. The Charger was driving the wrong way on a one-way street. As the Charger approached the intersection, the driver failed to stop and was attempting to turn south onto N. Martin Luther King Blvd. A gray Audi Q7 was traveling north on N. Martin Luther King Blvd in the right lane. The driver of the Audi did not have time to stop when the Charger pulled out in front of him. The Audi struck the left passenger compartment of the Charger.
A three-year-old child was sitting in a child safety seat on the side of the impact but was not secured in the child safety seat. The child and the driver of the Charger, the child’s mother, were transported to the hospital.
The child sustained serious injuries and was flown to Cooks Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Tx. The child’s mother also sustained injuries and was being evaluated at the hospital.
Ramon Rubio was arrested by the WFPD SWAT team during the execution of a search warrant at 703 Barwise street on 07-24-21 at 8:21 pm. Rubio will be charged with the Murder warrant as well as an additional felony arrest warrant for the offense of Assault/Family Violence- Choking with a bond of $150,000.00.
Great work by all law enforcement officers involved in this investigation and arrest!
The WFPD thanks you, our citizens, for your support of our agency as we continue to serve you.
Please call the WFPD non-emergency line at 940-720-5000 or the WFPD Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888 if you have information that could help in the investigation and prosecution of these cases against Ramon Rubio.
WFPD FUR-EVER FRIDAY!!!
Meet WFPD Dispatch Trainer Brittany Clark and this week’s adoptable pet, Boots!
Boots is a 3 year old male Australian Cattle Dog looking for his fur-ever home. He is very loving, good natured, calm but playful, and he loves cats.
If you would like to adopt Boots or schedule a visit, please contact Animal Services at (940)761-8894 or stop by the facility at 1207 Hatton Rd.
You can also visit their adoption page at: https://bit.ly/3czEqi1
As mentioned above, boots is pictured with WFPD Dispatch Trainer Brittany Clark. In July, she will be celebrating her 8 year anniversary with the department. One of the things Brittany loves about her job is making difference in the community she serves.
Brittany, thank you for everything you do, especially helping Boots find his new family! We appreciate you!
UPDATE: On Saturday, just one day after this ran on social media, Lotus was adopted and found her new fur-ever home! Thank you!!!!
FUR-EVER FRIDAY IS BACK!!!!
Meet WFPD Front Desk Community Service Officer Monique Shull and this week’s adoptable pet, Lotus.
Lotus is a 3 year old female Boxer looking for her fur-ever home. She is very loving, good natured, calm, and she loves cats. If you would like to adopt Lotus or schedule a visit, please contact Animal Services at (940)761-8894 or stop by the facility at 1207 Hatton Rd. You can also visit their adoption page at: https://bit.ly/3czEqi1
As mentioned above, Lotus is pictured with WFPD CSO Monique Shull. She is one of our newest employees and has only been with us for about 6 months. She loves her job and enjoys helping the citizens (and pets) of our community.
Monique, thank you for everything you do, especially helping Lotus find her new family! We appreciate you!