The Fulshear Police Department
The Fulshear Police Department was reestablished in 2008. The department consisted of one Police Chief and a handful of Reserves. In a very short time the department has grown to seven officers and five reserve officers. In September 2011 Fulshear City Council took a proactive step to hire an additional officer. In November 2011 the police department became fully staffed. For the first time this allowed the department to be responsive to the needs of the community 24 hours a day.
The officers who represent the Fulshear Police Department bring a vast amount of knowledge and experience to the department. Officers with the Fulshear Police Department have extensive training in areas such as Crime Prevention, Community Oriented Policing, Use of Force, Patrol Tactics, Crisis Management & Response, Narcotics Enforcement & Eradication, and Incident Command System (ICS). The Fulshear Police Department is committed to maintaining the training of its officers. This assures that Fulshear Police Officers are equipped with the latest knowledge about laws and crime fighting techniques. The department wants to create a foundation upon which to make the Fulshear Police Department a model for public safety in semi-rural cities.
The Fulshear Police Department has adopted an in depth hiring process to assure that the department is selcting officers that represent the department honorably. The department strives to stay on the technology curve. The Fulshear Police Department has equipped its patrol fleet with latest technology.
Currently the Crime Rate in the City of Fulshear is minimal compared to surrounding communities. “Quality of Life Crimes” are low due to the constant support the Fulshear Police Department receives from its citizens. We understand it is essential for the Fulshear Police Department to maintain a strong partnership with its citizens in order to continue its effort in minimizing crime in the City of Fulshear. "This is the most valuable crime fighting tool on the market."
The Fulshear Police Department is proud to partnership with the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office, Katy Police Department, Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office, Rosenberg Police Department and the Sugar Land Police Department.
Note: The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office dispatches for the Fulshear Police Department
- Fulshear Police Department (Non – Emergency) 281-346-2202
- Fort Bend County Dispatch 281-346-1717
- In case of an emergency: Please dial 911
The mission of the Fulshear Police Department is to effectively and efficiently provide for the protection of lives and property, preserve the public peace, and provide needed community services with the highest level of professionalism and ethical standards. We are committed to excellence in service through innovative and progressive policing methods. We value the trust of our citizens and are committed to carrying out our duties with honor, integrity, and pride. Through partnerships and collaborative efforts we will strive to enhance the safety and security in our community.
We are held to the highest standards of official conduct and are expected to respect the rights of all citizens. Our adherence to these standards, motivated by a moral and professional obligation to perform our job to the best of our ability, is the ultimate objective of our agency.