Police

Overview


The Ovilla Police Department is a Community-Oriented Police Department that has grown to include 13 sworn officers and a secretary. The Chief of Police is Joey Bennett who has been in law enforcement for 25 years, 16 of those years being with the City of Ovilla.

The officers are available 24 hours a day to protect and assist the citizens of Ovilla and anyone who may be passing through the city.

The department will check your home while you are away, assist in setting up Neighborhood Watch groups, inspect your home or business for better ways to protect them, register your home or business alarm system, and numerous other things only a caring small town police department will do.

For non-emergency police service, please call dispatch at 972-775-3333.

Ovilla Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER, PART-TIME POLICE OFFICER, and RESERVE POLICE OFFICER. Please see Ovilla Police Hiring Notice June 2021 to get more information.

Employment Application
Police Background Packet

Ovilla named among state's safest cities


Ovilla, TX was named the 4th safest small city in the state. AdvisorSmith's study analyzed violent and property crimes from 39 large cities, 198 midsize cities, and 418 small cities in the state. Crime scores were calculated for each city and the cities were ranked to find the safest places in Texas.



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COVID-19 Information

If you need assistance or information relative to the COVID-19 pandemic, call 211 or check out this website
http://www.211.org/services/covid19

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