CWT LogoCity of West Tawakoni    . . . Catfish Capital of Texas

Police Department

1533 E State Hwy 276, West Tawakoni, Tx 75474

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For non-emergencies please call Hunt County Dispatch at
903-453-6838 for an officer to meet with you

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West Tawakoni Police Department Notice to Citizens

In recent days we have been experiencing a rash of Vehicle Burglaries. These seem to have started over the weekend of February 7 and February 8 and appear to be on-going. Vehicles in various parts of town have been hit, with perpetrators going through vehicles, scattering contents and taking small items. The items taken have been sunglasses, music cds, one flash drive and other small items.

In most every case, the vehicles have been unlocked and sitting on the owners premises. This is an open invitation to a thief as there is no effort involved in gaining entry.

Please do your best to always ensure that your vehicles are locked when parked, even on your own property. Remember, should you have to contact your insurance carrier, the first question your insurance agent is going to ask is “was the vehicle locked”?

Don’t be a victim, lock and secure your vehicles and your home.

Thank you,
West Tawakoni Police Department

Police Activity for December 2014

The following is the West Tawakoni Police blocker for the month of December.





800 block Tomahawk

Assault F/V Call


200 block W HWY 276

Police Intoxication Arrest


300 block Rabbit Cove

Unattended Death


300 block North shore

Public Intoxication


200 block E HWY 276

Vehicle Pursuit from 300 block of Holly Drive


1000 block E HWY 276

Civil Matter

WTPD Volunteer Program Kick-off

We will begin taking applications on January 5, 2015 for the WTPD Volunteer Program.

Initially, we will accept the first five (5) applications. Because of minimum qualification requirements, not all applicants will be chosen. The list of those qualifications is available for interested parties and will be available at the Police Department during normal business hours. Further applicants will be considered as needed to staff Department needs.

Volunteer Positions will include:

  • Patrol Volunteers with an Officer
  • Special Event Volunteers
  • Clerical Support Volunteers
  • Code Compliance Volunteers

Interested persons should contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Code Compliance Officer or Chief of Police Brandon Kilpatrick for information or applications regarding this program.

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Chief of Police Brandon Kilpatrick

Chief of Police - Brandon KilpatrickChief Kilpatrick graduated from the Collin County Community College Law Enforcement Academy in 2004. At his previous Police Department he was voted Police Officer of the year by the citizens two years in a row. He was also a leader in Collin County for DWI arrest. Chief Kilpatrick came to the West Tawakoni Police Department in 2010 and served as a patrol officer. In 2011 was appointed as Officer in Charge of the Police Department. In 2012 he was appointed to the Chief of Police. He is responsible for the daily operations of the Police Department. He is a certified field training officer, and a marine safety enforcement officer. Chief Kilpatrick believes in professionalism, integrity, and proactive police work and strives to make West Tawakoni a desirable place to live and work.










Police Dept Weblinks

West Tawakoni City Hall, 1533 E State Hwy. 276, West Tawakoni, TX 75474  Phone:(903) 447-2285