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The San Antonio Police Department
The SAPD website offers additional information regarding police services in and around the University community in the City of San Antonio.
The Bexar County Sheriffs Office
The BCSO website offers V.I.N.E. victim services and additional information regarding police services in and around the University community in Bexar County.
Bexar County Justice of the Peace
Traffic citations and various offense citations are issued by our Peace Officers through Bexar County Justice of the Peace Precinct #1 in Bexar County. Court appearances are generally set before the Honorable Judge Monica Caballero. Refer to the Parking & Traffic page to view the traffic fines schedule.
The Clery Center for Security on Campus
Parent, student, and victim information provided by this non-profit organization regarding campus security nationwide. The site was founded by the Cleary family.
Texas Homeland Security
The Office of the Governor maintains the website which includes safety alerts, a homeland security advisory system, and information for communities, schools, and businesses.
Identity Theft Information-MISUSED
The U.S. Department of Education-Office of the Inspector General website provides identity theft and other helpful information and alerts to students. Handouts are also available at our DCS office.
The Laws.com website provides a wealth of helpful information and resources. For more information please visit this site especially in the area of crime prevention.
Texas Department of Public Safety
DPS offers drivers license information as well as vehicle safety information. The DPS website accesses the Registered Sex Offender database. Trinity University is in the 78212 zip code. The DPS website offers additional information regarding police services in and around the University community or the State of Texas.
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
The TABC website offers information on the Texas “Zero Tolerance” alcohol laws as well as additional information regarding police services in and around the University community in the State of Texas.
We strive to find ways to service and strengthen our partnership with the university community. Please refer to this link for the Amber Alerts (America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response).
The Blood Alcohol Educator
The Century Council developed a bilingual outreach campaign designed to increase awareness among Americans of what their state's BAC law is and, at the same time, educate adults about how drinking affects their individual BAC.
A directory of Texas Law Enforcement agencies.
The Bexar County DWI Task Force
The Bexar County D.W.I. Task Force was originally created in 1985 by a "seed" grant from Texas Department of Transportation. Since its creation, it has grown to over 30 member agencies/organizations.