Click It or Ticket Memorial Campaign Results (May 23-June 5)

The 2022 Click It or Ticket Memorial Campaign ran from May 23rd – June 5th.

Not only were Officers looking for Seat Belt Violations, they were also looking for other violations which would constitute hazardous driving behaviors.

The following is the data which was gathered from this campaign:

Seat Belt Violations – 177

Child Seat Belt Violations – 9

Intersection Violations – 59

Distracted Driving Violations – 11

Speed Violations – 74

Arrests – 1

Total Stops – 437

Enforcement Hours Worked – 171.67

The purpose of the campaign was to educate the public on the importance of buckling up every time they get into a vehicle and travel on a public roadway. The more people buckle up while driving, the less likely they are to be seriously injured or killed in a motor vehicle crash.

Wichita Falls, let’s continue to do our part.


WFPD Arrests 2nd Capital Murder Suspect

Officers from the WFPD Special Operations Unit arrested a second suspect in the Capital Murder case that occurred at 23rd street and Grace Street on June 1, 2022.

The WFPD Gang Task Force and Tactical Unit arrested 17-year-old Isaiah Rey Sims of Wichita Falls on a Capital Murder arrest warrant at 1613 Keeler.

The bond is set at $1.5 million dollars.

We are extremely proud of the teamwork our officers have demonstrated during this investigation.

Thank you for your continued support, Wichita Falls!

We are grateful to serve such a supportive community.

WFPD Launches Voluntary SafeCam Program

***WFPD Launches Voluntary SafeCam Program***

Criminals, you’ve been warned. The Wichita Falls Police Department is rolling out a new investigative and crime prevention tool to help curb crimes here in our city.

SafeCam is a widely used and successful program in police departments across the country, and now it will be used to strengthen the partnership between Wichita Falls Police Officers and the community members they serve.

The concept is simple. Businesses and residents can register their security cameras with WFPD. People registering will give basic information such as their name, address, how many security cameras are operational and the direction they are pointed.

By compiling a list of known security cameras in neighborhoods, officers will be able to streamline investigations and directly contact residents or businesses who potentially caught suspects on camera. This partnership helps speed up the process of identifying and arresting suspects to prevent more crimes from occurring.

Security camera video is invaluable for investigators. SafeCam will make it easier to quickly solve neighborhood crimes and allow officers to take a proactive approach to stopping crime sprees.

The information provided to WFPD remains completely confidential, and in no way are officers able to view video unless it is voluntarily provided by the owner. Residents and businesses can voluntarily register their information and can opt out of the program at any time.

To register or find out more information about the program, click here:

This project will run in conjunction with, and as a supplement to, the Neighbors app by Ring.

Murder Suspect Arrested!

WFPD officers responded to the URHCS on 06-01-2022 at about 5:41 pm in reference to a gunshot victim.

The officers arrived and found the victim was a 15-year-old male. The victim was pronounced deceased at about 6:12 pm.

The officers and the WFPD Crimes Against Persons detectives determined the victim was shot in the area of 23rd street and Grace. Evidence was found at the scene.

A suspect was developed during the investigation. A 16-year-old male was eventually arrested at about 1:00 am on 06-02-2022 at the residence located at 1527 Blonde Street in Wichita Falls.

A search warrant was also executed at the residence.

The suspect is charged with Capital Murder because the offense occurred during a robbery.

We are extremely proud of the teamwork demonstrated by our officers during this investigation and arrest.

Thank you, Wichita Falls, for your help and support!

Both Sessions Now Full!


We thank you all for the support in the Junior Police Academy and spreading the word for this summer. The June and July dates have been filled!! We look forward to interacting with the children of our community and we will keep the public updated on when another Junior Police Academy will be held in the future. Thank you again Wichita Falls for your continued support!!

The Tactical Games


Please join us in congratulating Sgt. Brett Keith and Officer Danny Saravane on their accomplishments at last weekend’s Tactical Games held in Waxahachie.

The Tactical Games were created to provide a platform to test the skills and readiness of tactical athletes from all backgrounds. The Tactical Games provide a venue for all shooters and athletes to compete against the best in the world to find weaknesses and test gear in the most stressful environment a competition can offer.

Officer Saravane competed in the Masters 40 Division and came in 2nd place overall. Sgt. Keith competed in the Elite Division and placed 7th.

We are so proud of their personal achievements as well as the fitness example they set within our department and community!!!

Way to go guys!!!!!

Coffee With a Cop

Come and join us for Coffee with a Cop this Wednesday, May 18, 7:30am – 9:00am, at McDonalds on SW Pkwy @ Greenbriar.

We will have a few giveaways while supplies last and plenty of badge stickers for the kiddos!

Can’t wait to see you!!!

Civilian Active Shooter Response Training

Over the weekend, Officer Jeff Hughes facilitated two Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) classes for Sharplines.

If you would like to hold this FREE training at your business, church, or group, please reach out to us here:

We will also be hosting a FREE public class on May 24, 6-8pm. You can RSVP for that class here:

Schedule your class today! Don’t miss out on this valuable training!

If you have any questions, you can reach Officer Hughes at 940-720-5019 or