Police Department


Police Chief
Ed Stahr

estahr@burkburnett.org

The Burkburnett Police Department is dedicated to a standard of excellence in promoting and maintaining a safe and peaceful community. We serve in a community partnership to preserve order, protect life and property, enforce laws and ordinances, and safeguard individual liberties. We conduct ourselves according to the highest ethical standards and treat others with fairness, dignity and respect. We pledge to manage our organization with professionalism, leadership and integrity. To accomplish this mission, the Burkburnett Police Department is manned with a compliment of 19 sworn full-time officers, and one sworn Reserve Officer. The department currently consists of a Chief of Police, one Lieutenant, three Sergeants, two Corporals and twelve Patrol Officers. The department is further divided into a communication department with four full-time and three part-time communications operators, a criminal investigative division, narcotics division and a patrol division (including bicycle patrol). Additional members of the department include: a Certified Arson Investigator, a Fire Marshall, an Emergency Management Coordinator, and a SWAT Team.

The patrol division is the nucleus of the department. The patrol activity provides 24-hour service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Responsibilities include the apprehension of criminal offenders, repression of crime, preliminary investigations, traffic enforcement, accident investigation, ordinance enforcement, preparation of criminal and incident reports, community relations, testifying in court, and other public service requests. The Police Department is located at 208 East Fourth and the non emergency phone number is (940) 569-2231. For an emergency situation call 911.

Utility Bill Payment Kiosk
The City of Burkburnett has a new 24/7 utility payment kiosk. The kiosk is bi-lingual, voice prompted and is integrated in real time with the City's billing management software. It accepts cash, checks, and credit cards. Located at the front of City Hall.  JACK-Justified Automated Collections Kiosk

Automated Water Bulk Station
In order to better manage our water resources, the City of Burkburnett has recently purchased and installed an automated water bulk station. The water station is available for Wichita County residents who have no other potable water resource. Supporting documents are attached detailing the process for sign-up and rules applying to the use of the bulk water station. Packets are available at www.burkburnett.org and at City Hall, 501 Sheppard Rd. If you have any questions, you may contact our water billing department at 940-569-2263.  Automated Water Bulk Station Forms

Stage 5 Water Restrictions
 Stage 5 Water Restrictions

Movies in the Park Begin June 14, 2014
 Movie Schedule

Board of Commissioner Meetings
The City of Burkburnett Board of Commissioners meet at 7:00 pm on the third Monday of each month.