The City of Clyde is proud to have a highly professional, educated, well-trained staff of officers to ensure the safety and well-being of all Clyde residents. Each officer takes great pride in his/her duties and service to this community.
CLYDE POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS
Chief Robert Dalton
Officer Leroy Foley
Officer Larry Grissom
Officer Brian Campbell
Officer Jimmy Brooks
Officer Okwudilichukwu Ughanze
Officer John Windham
POLICE DEPT. Q & A
How do I pay a traffic ticket?
All city Traffic Ticket fines and Warrants are collected through the Clyde Municipal Court, which is located at 222 Oak Street. The phone number to Municipal Court is 325-893-3109
How do I get a copy of a motor vehicle crash (accident) report?
Under certain circumstances, the Clyde Police Department creates written documentation of collisions involving motor vehicles. You may obtain a copy of a motor vehicle crash (accident) report by contacting the Police Department at 206 Oak Street in Clyde. The report can be picked up at the Police Department. The cost is $6.00. Please call the Police Department first at 325-893-4111 to make sure your report is ready. Two pieces of information, such as the case number, date, location, or names of persons involve are required. They are necessary to identify the specific report.
When should I call 911?
Residents should call 911 only for police, fire or medical emergencies. When calling 911, stay on the line and try to remain calm with your information ready. If you are calling to file a police report, or to report a non-emergency you can call, 325-893-5785, which is answered by the Callahan County Sheriff Department Dispatch. If you are calling to get the Clyde Police Department Office, call 325- 893-4111 Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm.
How can I file a complaint against an officer or civilian employee?
Complaints may be filed by contacting the Chief of Police of the Clyde Police Department, Monday through Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM, in person at 206 Oak Street, or by phone at 325-893-4111.
What should I do if I'm involved in a collision?
If you are involved in a minor collision where there are no visible signs of injury to persons involved and the vehicles are drivable then move your vehicle out of the traveled portion of the roadway. Cars left in the road contribute to traffic back-ups, which can cause other collisions. In fact, State law requires that motorists move their cars from roadways. Call the police and then exchange driver information.
What should I do if I see a crime happening?
If you see a crime being committed, try not to intervene, do not place yourself in danger. Call 911 and get all the information that you can, type of crime, description of people involved and description of any vehicle (make, model, color and license number and direction of travel).
Officer Tom Elick receiving his 15-year certificate in December 2012.
IMPORTANT CONTACT NUMBERS
City of Clyde Police Department 325-893-4111
Dispatch Office 325-893-5785
206 Oak Street, PO Box 1347, Clyde, Texas 79510