Saturday, August 17, 2019

Keeping City Streets Safe

Southlake DPS Police Services is committed to keeping city streets and highways safe for its residents and visitors.

Officers recently cleared nearly 245 outstanding cases totaling $46,814 during the 6th Annual Texas Warrant Roundup that started on February 25th and ended March 4th.

Most of the more than 4,500 warrants were issued to drivers living outside of the City of Southlake. Violations included:  unsafe driving and other moving violations, inspections and parking tickets.  Offenders received multiple written warnings and reminders before the roundup began and the notices prompted many individuals to take the opportunity to come in and pay their fines.

Although the Annual Texas Warrant Roundup has officially ended, Southlake DPS officers will continue to pursue individuals who still have outstanding warrants. We encourage anyone with an outstanding warrant to contact DPS Court Services to take care of it immediately.

The address for Southlake DPS Court Services is 600 State Street and if you have additional questions you may contact the court clerk’s office at 817-748-8188. Be sure to bring your driver’s license or picture ID and proof of auto insurance.

Safety is our committment to you!