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Haltom City Texas Police Department
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Haltom City TX Police Jail

Haltom City TX Police Jail is located in the city of Haltom City, Texas which has a population of 42,409 (as of 2016) residents. Prisoners are housed in separate areas depending on the crimes they committed, their current risk assessment, and their behavior. This facility is currently under the supervision of Chief of Police Cody Phillips and houses male and female offenders.

If you have a family or loved one that is currently incarcerated at Haltom City TX Police Jail, the first thing you should do is contact the prison for information on the inmate. Based on the information you are provided, you would then contact either a criminal defense lawyer or a bail bond service. They will provide you with vital information which can be used to defend an individual and in a lot of cases get them released from detention while awaiting trial.

Haltom City TX Police Jail Facility and Inmate Contact Information:

Phone Number to Reach this Facility is:

817-222-7000

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Haltom City TX Police Jail
5110 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX 76117

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5110 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX 76117

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Recent News for Haltom City Texas Police Department:

JAN 17, 2017 - In the wake of preventing two youngsters from almost running into movement toward the beginning of November, a Haltom City cop hit them with their grandma's assent — and now he's under scrutiny. 

A week ago, as the Fort Worth Star-Telegram detailed, the Haltom City Police Department got to be distinctly mindful of the occurrence and propelled an inward test into the matter. 

"The protestation was gotten through an inside source and is as of now being explored by the Professional Standards Unit," Chief Cody Phillips told the daily paper in an email Tuesday. "Once the examination, incorporating interviews with all gatherings, is finished up, any action(s) taken by the office will be resolved in view of the discoveries of the examination." 

The officer, who is not being recognized, stays on obligation. 

The grandma, who addressed the Star-Telegram on the condition she not be named, said she called 911 after her 5-year-old grandson broke a terrace door at their south Haltom City home and kept running toward occupied Carson Street, trailed by his 6-year-old sister. 

The children ceased once they saw the watch autos, which had arrived rapidly. One of the officers guided them back home, be that as it may, the grandma stated, the children didn't seem to consider him important when he clarified the threats of their activities. 

"He inquired as to whether I could get a belt and in the event that he could hit them," she said. "I said yes. I went in, recovered the little belt and came outside." 

She recovered a kid estimate belt and punished every youngster, she stated, after which the officer did likewise, hitting each once with what she portrayed as "little taps." Neither cried nor was harmed, she said. 

"This has all been made a huge deal about," she said. "I gave that officer consent to beat them. He didn't hurt them." 

The episode was seen by two different officers, a neighbor and the neighbor's 10-year-old little girl, the daily paper said.

 


Warden or Supervisor: Chief of Police Cody Phillips Security Level(s): minimum

5110 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX 76117

Phone Number(s): 817-222-7000

5110 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX 76117

 
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