The Addison Police Department operates 24/7, and no appointment is necessary to file a police report. You can come to the police department in person or call 972-450-7156 and arrange for an officer to contact you.
Frequently Asked Questions
9-1-1 is appropriate for any life-threatening emergency, or to report a crime-in-progress. For non-emergencies, please use 972-450-7156.
Information on current openings can be found on the Join Our Team web page.
You can register your alarm and edit your information at AddisonAlarmRegistration.com. If you have any problems, please call (855) 732-9022.
Alarm permits are valid for one year. You can register your alarm at AddisonAlarmRegistration.com
Resident Registration: $0
Business Registration: $50
1-3 false alarms: FREE
4-5 false alarms: $50
6-7 false alarms: $75
8+ false alarms: $100
You will receive three free false alarms in the preceding 12-month period but will be charged a fine for additional false alarms. If you do not register your alarm, you will be fined $100 for the first false alarm. If you register your system within 30 days of the violation, that fee will be waived.
You can register your alarm at AddisonAlarmRegistration.com
Each false panic/robbery/hold-up alarm at a location will result in a $75 fee.
There are no free false panic/robbery/hold-up alarms.
If you operate an alarm system you will need a permit, even if the alarm is not monitored by an alarm company. You can register your alarm at AddisonAlarmRegistration.com
"A person who owns or exercises control over any dwelling or any business and who desires to operate an alarm system at the dwelling or the business shall obtain a permit to operate the alarm system from the chief of police."
You will not be charged for alarms resulting from criminal activity or other real emergencies.
Any dog or cat four months of age or older must be registered with Animal Control. No dog or cat can be registered until it has a current rabies vaccination.
There is a $3.00 fee if your animal is spayed/neutered/under 1 year of age; or a $5.00 fee if the animal is unaltered and over 1 year of age
This can be done by mail or in person at the Addison Police Dept, 4799 Airport Pkwy, 972-450-2845. If mailing, include a check and a copy of the latest proof of vaccination. In person, please provide a check and proof of vaccination.
Yes, in most cases your dog must be on a leash. The only exception is if the dog is being held in the hands of the owner, or contained within a fenced area, building, or other enclosed structure.