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The City has completed the transition to the new utility billing software.

Utility Billing will be resuming normal billing practices with bills due in May 2019. Please refer to the back of your utility bill for more information on our billing practices.

For more information, please visit us at billing.amarillo.gov or by phone at 806-378-3030.

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The City of Amarillo is proud of its professional and progressive Police Department. The Amarillo Police Department provides police services to the citizens of Amarillo through both traditional police patrol and response and the use of specialized units and programs. The Police Department strives to be an effective and visible asset in protecting and serving the citizens of Amarillo.

In September, 2017, the Texas Police Chief's Association (TPCA) announced that it had for the third time (previously in 2009 and 2013) inspected the Department's operations and facilities and again determined that the APD was operating in compliance with their Best Practices Recognition Program standards.  This program helps ensure that the department continues to provide high quality, modern police service.   

Mission Statement and Core Values

 

2019 Quality of Service Survey link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/962S5LY


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Applications are being accepted for the 95th Amarillo Police Academy that will begin in December of 2019. Apply before May 31st at 5pm. The civil service test will be on Saturday, June 8th. 

 

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Benefits, Salary and Requirements

 

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Academy Training Calendar


Current Events

Pizza with Police

Pizza with Police is Saturday July 6!! Come hang out and have pizza with the APD Crime Prevention Unit. We will be at Moondoggys at 626 S. Polk St. from 12-3.

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New Amarillo Police Front Lobby/Desk hours:

Monday through Friday- 7AM - 10PM

Saturday and Sunday- 8AM - 5PM

Closed on City observed holidays.

 

Online Reporting

 

New Partner Makes Hiring Off-Duty APD Officers More Convenient

The Amarillo Police Department has partnered with Off Duty Management to manage off-duty work done by Amarillo Police officers.  Anyone wishing to employ off-duty police officers should visit the OfficerTRAK®  site to establish an account. 

Off Duty Management is based in Katy, Texas and has years of experience managing off duty programs. Off Duty Management handles all aspects of off-duty employment requests including scheduling, payroll and invoicing.  Link below:

Off Duty Management-OfficerTRAK®

Preliminary 2017 Crime Rate released:

Compared to the 2016 rate, Amarillo's 2017 crime rate showed a reduction of 3.9%.  These are preliminary numbers.  The FBI and the Texas Department of Public Safety will release final crime rate data for all jurisdictions.

 

Here's a link to the Department of Justice/FBI web page with more information about how the crime information is collected and used:

Understand Crime Data 


Community Crime Mapping

Community Crime Mapping is a new feature.  You can see what crimes are happening in your neighbor hood. 

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News Releases through APD's Nixle Message System


Public Information Requests

The Amarillo Police Department has a designated recipient for Open Records requests. You may submit your request in writing to: Amarillo Police Department, Attn: Open Records, 200 SE 3rd St, Amarillo, Texas, 79101, by fax to (806) 378-9371, by e-mail to apdrecords@amarillo.gov, or in person. Visit our Open Records page for more information on requests, such as serving a subpoena for records, or other requests. A request sent to any e-mail address or fax number other than those listed above does not trigger the requirements of the Public Information Act.