Irving Police Department

Irving Police Department is the PD of the city of Irving, Texas. The city is a suburb of Dallas and home to almost a quarter of a million people. The Police Department headquarters is located in the center of the city, close to the Town Hall, Veterans Memorial Park, and Downtown Irving Heritage Crossing.

Locations & Facilities

305 N O’Connor Rd
Irving, TX 75061, United States
(972) 273-1010

The main building of the Irving Police Department is located on the corner of North O’Connor Road and Virginia Street. The main entrance and the parking lot are easy to spot, as both are located right in front, on North O’Connor Road. There are additional parking spots on the side and in the back of the building. The City Jail is located here as well.

North Station

5992 Riverside Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039
(972) 721-7800

The North Station has been a part of the Irving Police Department since 2002 when the city purchased the surrounding complex of buildings and gave one to the police. It’s located on Riverside Drive, nestled between Spring Trail Park and Campion Trails Park. The station has 19,773 square feet, and it’s been renovated early on with $1.5 million, all of which came from bond money.


The most notable moment of Irving PD came in February 2002, when the North/South split happened. From that moment on, all officers and other employees north of S.H. 183 started working as part of the North Patrol from North Station. Those south of this line began working for the Criminal Justice Center.

Another important event in the history of the police department occurred on Christmas Eve, 2000. Officer Aubrey Hawkins answered a call, but when he arrived at the location, he was shot down by escaped convicts. It turned out that these convicts were robbing a store, and Officier Hawkins caught them carrying stolen merchandise.

The media later called these the Texas Seven, and a manhunt was orchestrated to catch them. It didn’t take too long to capture six of them, while the seventh committed suicide. All of them were tried and ended up getting the death sentence. Four of them have been executed, while two are still waiting on Death Row.

Chief of Police

The current Police Chief of Irving PD is Jeff Spivey. If you want, you can email him at or call him at (972) 721-2598.

Irving Police Department also has an LGBTQ Liaison, Sergeant Jerry Sanderford. To contact the sergeant, use or (972) 721-6970.

Irving Police Department Online Services

Irving Police Department offers several online services you can use on the City of Irving website. Let’s take a look at some of the more important ones.

Forms, registrations, and applications

If you need to fill out some forms, registrations, or applications, Irving PD has several listed in one place for your convenience.

Irving City Jail

The Irving City Jail is located in Irving PD headquarters. If you need to learn about the visitation hours or anything else about the jail, there’s an entire page on the site dedicated to it with all the important information.

Online Police Reporting

You can submit several types of incidents online instead of calling Irving PD. However, for emergencies, you should still call 911.

Besides these, you can find most other important online services on this link. It includes things like applying for a solicitor’s permit or a special event permit, getting accident reports, and a lot of other things.


Irving PD is typically accepting new recruits, just like they are doing at the moment. If you want to apply or learn more about the open positions, you can do so on the official site of the City of Irving.

Social Media & Website


Irving Police Department has a great video they made for Law Enforcement Suicide Awareness Day. The video discusses the importance of acknowledging the stress and other problems police officers experience on the job. All of these can and sometimes do lead to self-harm and even suicide, which is why Irving PD has several programs that aim to help people experiencing such issues.

On a brighter note, Irving Police Department also has a whole YouTube page with countless videos. You should take a look if you want to see some interesting occurrences many Irving police officers experience daily.