Police

About the Department
The police department consists of 27 sworn members (averaging 15.86 years of law enforcement experience as of 04-2010) and 12 non-sworn personnel serving a vibrant and growing community estimated by the Capitol Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) at 18,509.
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Interested in becoming a police officer?


We are a values-based organization that seeks to serve all persons who reside in or visit Taylor to the best of our abilities and provide all with the highest quality of life.

We have been fortunate to have been able to obtain exceptional technology, great personnel and work in a superb community. We pay for your experience. Starting pay will range from $44,285.94 to $56,521.33 DOE.


Requesting a report
Contact the Police Department directly for a copy of an accident or police report at 512-352-5551 or stop by the station located at 500 S. Main Street.  

  • Accident reports are $6 each or $5 per CD.
  • Police Reports are .25/pg
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Report a Problem
Unless it is an emergency or needs immediate attention (barking dogs should be reported when they are barking by calling 512-352-5551 at any time 7 days a week/24 hrs a day!),  we strongly encourage anyone who detects a problem or concern in our community to report it via this site's FixIt Form

Victim Services
As of 2018, the City of Taylor has on staff a Victim Services Coordinator, Priscilla Moreno. She can be reached by phone at 512-352-5551 ext. 2218 or email:  priscilla.moreno@taylortx.gov 
  1. Meet Taylor Police Officers at "Coffee With A Cop"

    Each quarter, Taylor Police Department hosts an informal gathering at a local coffee shop so the public can meet and talk with staff. Read on...
  2. Taylor Police Department hires Priscilla Moreno as new Victim Services Coordinator

    She will support victims of violent crime as they move through the process of the legal system and reestablish a sense of safety. Read on...
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