Welcome to Shavano Park Police Department
Welcome to the Shavano Park Police website. Feel free to poke around and see what's here. If you don't find what you're looking for it doesn't mean it isn't here or we don't have information about it. This website is a work in progress and we are making changes regularly. Check back for updates and new information. Give us a call if you don't find what you're looking for. Thanks for your patience!
Shavano Park, originally a small community 12 miles north of San Antonio on the banks of the Olmos Creek, was known simply as Shavano until 1956. In 1956 the city of Shavano Park incorporated with a population of less than 1,000. Since that time Shavano Park has grown to over 3,000 population. Shavano Park Police now pro-actively patrol an area of slightly less than 2 square miles.
Welcome to our website. As chief of police it is my job to manage the day to day operations of the Shavano Park Police Department and to lead the other 16 members of the Department in providing police services to the residents, business owners, and visitors of our community. I am deeply dedicated to the the ethics of our profession and expect northing less from the other members of the Department.
I consider myself a front-line leader, that is I lead from the front, and you can expect to see me out in the public.
Over the past year the Department has undergone some changes, all of them designed to provide better, faster, and compassionate police services. The citizens of Shavano Park deserve no less and it is my aim to see to it those services are provided by well-trained, courteous and competent police officers.
If you need to speak or meet with me I encourage you to call on me or any member of my staff. As I am not always in my office sometimes it is a good idea to call ahead, or if you need, I can always stop by your house or business to discuss whatever's on your mind.
Thanks for visiting the website - it is yours and is designed to make things easier for you if you need police services. If you see anything that you think can be improved don't hesitate to let me know. We can't fix it if we don't know that it is broken.
Chief of Police