Sealy Police Department
SPD is pleased to offer news, alerts and advice for our citizens plus information on our activities throughout the city.
The department focuses all available resources to promote community safety, suppress crime, ensure the safe, orderly movement of traffic and protect the constitutional rights of all persons.
SPD has been able to effectively adapt to the demands of change and growth that the city is experiencing.
SPD officers receive the highest levels of standard and specialized training available. They are always ready to provide responsive service in a community-police partnership.
Sealy PD utilizes the best technology and equipment to assist in field operations.
Check out the latest news and updates from Sealy Police Officers themselves on our Facebook Page.
Check out the latest crime trends in Sealy and what you can do to prevent yourself from being a victim.
Sealy PD offers the best benefits, pay, equipment and scheduling for officers in Austin County. More than a job; it’s a career. Come join our team!
Our officers consistently demonstrate their leadership skills by setting an example of self-discipline and performance that is the mark of professionals.
SPD would like to thank our citizens and visitors for their high level of support and willingness to assist with investigations and report crime when they observe it.
Welcome to Sealy PD! Our officers and staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality public safety and law enforcement services to the people who live, work and play in Austin County’s largest city. We strive to ensure Sealy residents, businesses and visitors enjoy a sense of safety and live free from the threat of danger, injury or harm to their persons or property. SPD operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for police services requests. The office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. SPD welcomes your questions and comments, however, the “contact us” link and email addresses have been designed for questions and comments regarding the Sealy Police Department only. Please do not use the email links or social media sites to address an urgent problem, as they are not being monitored constantly. Call 911 if there is an emergency or (979) 885-3330 if it is not a crime in progress or life threatening situation. Thank you.