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  1. Fireworks Not Allowed in Kennedale

    With the 4th of July weekend approaching, it is important to remember the fireworks are not allowed in the City of Kennedale.
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The Kennedale Police Department, an officially recognized Department by the Texas Police Chiefs Association, is committed to providing for the safety of our residents in all law enforcement capacities. 

Crime prevention and the well-being of residents are our top priorities. 

We are dedicated to creating a high quality of life for all citizens, business owners, and visitors; and strive for service delivery that meets or exceeds the criteria of our mission statement and core values.

Kennedale Police Department Accepted TPCA Re-Recognition in 2016



The Kennedale Police Department believes in community-oriented policing focusing on building TRUST, INTEGRITY, and PURPOSE with the intent to positively enhance the quality of life for our citizens, business owners, and visitors. Partnerships with our stakeholders will shape the priorities of our police agency.


  • We will treat everyone with dignity and respect

  • We will be professional and progressive with a commitment to excellence

  • We will be personally accountable for our actions at all times

  • We will be role models for the community that we serve


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KPD Mask and Glove Utilization in Response to COVID-19

Officers and civilian employees interacting with the public will continue to wear masks, goggles, and/or protective gloves.

Other steps KPD is taking to protect our officers and the public include:
  • We have sectioned off an area in front of the lobby service window to allow for the 6-feet of social distance.
  • We continue to screen calls through dispatch and to encourage telephone reporting of non-violent crimes when appropriate.
  • When an officer responds to a residence or business, they may ask to take the report outside of the structure.
  • Our officers are instructed to follow CDC guidelines regarding frequent hand washing, social distancing, and temperature monitoring.
  • We have protocols in place to guide employees if they should develop a fever or other symptoms during their shift.
  • Vehicles are cleaned with disinfecting wipes multiple times each day and with a disinfecting mist weekly.
As a reminder, anytime you wish to speak with an officer or report a non-emergency incident (including animal control issues), please call dispatch at 817-478-5416. This call may be answered as if you had called 9-1-1. Please do not hang up.

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