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Robstown Police Department Mission Statement

The Robstown Police Department is a full service agency whose mission is to fulfill the Law Enforcement needs of the people with the highest degree of fairness, professionalism and integrity, and protect the inherent rights of the people to live in freedom and safety.

Robstown Police Department goals.

  1. Life safety and violence prevention shall always be the primary goal of the Robstown Police Department and will serve to promote a safe community.
  2. Senior victimization prevention will be addressed by providing an efficient response to their law enforcement needs as it concerns crime prevention and response to offenses committed against seniors.
  3. An aggressive policy addressing the unlawful sale and possession of drugs. A strong collaboration between residents, the Robstown Police Department, probation and parole and local law enforcement agencies.

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#SpreadtheWord Help our local Robstown HEB, as they host a school supply drive, which will benefit the students of Robstown Independent School District! ...

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Pictured here, is Officer Zamora of the Robstown Police Department Patrol Division. Mayor Barrera, Lieutenant Stout and Police Chief Flores awarded Officer Zamora with the life saving award, for acting quickly and effectively when he responded to an unresponsive child that was also not breathing.

Just after midnight, on June 17, 2018, Robstown dispatch received a 911 call from the south side of the city in reference to a three month old child that was unresponsive and not breathing. Officer Zamora was the first on scene, quickly taking possession of the child and conducted CPR. Shortly after, the child then began to cough then started crying. Robstown EMS then arrived on scene and shortly transported the child to Driscoll Children’s Hospital. We believe that the quick response and quick actions from Officer Zamora resulted in saving the childs life. Thank you for your service Officer Zamora.
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Erasmo Flores
Chief of Police, Robstown Police Department

Police Department Address:

430 E. Main Ave.

Robstown, TX 78380