San Antonio Community Resource Directory

The San Antonio Police Department is dedicated to improving the quality of life by creating a safe environment in partnership with the people we serve. We act with integrity to reduce fear and crime while treating all with respect, compassion, and fairness.

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Services are provided by Crisis Response Team members. This team is made up of police officers and caseworkers assigned to each SAPD substation.

Services include:

  • Victims' services
  • Violence prevention
  • Crisis intervention counseling
  • Case management
  • Child and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Information and referrals

Click here for tips to keep yourself and your children safe, as well as a checklist of things to remember when leaving an abusive situation.

Cpt. Carlos Garcia
(210) 207-8126
Sgt. Blake Jackson
(210) 207-8350
Updated within the last 1 month.

Restore lost or stolen ID through SAPD. Outreach to people who are homeless.

Referral/appointment required.

Call (210) 207-6329 or email [email protected] to get started.

Funding available depending on eligibility.

Monday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Thursday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Updated within the last 3 months.

Unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, other firearms, and ammunition can be taken to any local police substation for disposal. To dispose of firearms, you may contact the non-emergency police at (210) 207-7273 to request an officer out to pick them up and dispose of them properly.

Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
Updated within the last year

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.  

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

Updated within the last year

Services are provided by Crisis Response Team members. This team is made up of police officers and caseworkers assigned to each SAPD substation.

Services include:

  • Victims' services
  • Violence prevention
  • Crisis intervention counseling
  • Case management
  • Child and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Information and referrals

Click here for tips to keep yourself and your children safe, as well as a checklist of things to remember when leaving an abusive situation.

Updated within the last 2 months.

Unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, other firearms, and ammunition can be taken to any local police substation for disposal. To dispose of firearms, you may contact the non-emergency police at (210) 207-7273 to request an officer out to pick them up and dispose of them properly.

Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
Updated within the last year

 
Services are provided by Crisis Response Team members. This team is made up of police officers and caseworkers assigned to each SAPD substation.

Services include:

  • Victims' services
  • Violence prevention
  • Crisis intervention counseling
  • Case management
  • Child and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Information and referrals

Click here for tips to keep yourself and your children safe, as well as a checklist of things to remember when leaving an abusive situation.

Cpt. Michael Brown
(210) 207-7781
Sgt. Christian Hernandez
(210) 207-7566
Updated within the last 1 month.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

Updated within the last year

Unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, other firearms, and ammunition can be taken to any local police substation for disposal. To dispose of firearms, you may contact the non-emergency police at (210) 207-7273 to request an officer out to pick them up and dispose of them properly.

Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
Updated within the last year

Services are provided by Crisis Response Team members. This team is made up of police officers and caseworkers assigned to each SAPD substation.

Services include:

  • Victims' services
  • Violence prevention
  • Crisis intervention counseling
  • Case management
  • Child and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Information and referrals

Click here for tips to keep yourself and your children safe, as well as a checklist of things to remember when leaving an abusive situation.

Cpt. Adolfo Zuniga
(210) 207-8191
Sgt. Earl Tovar
(210) 207-8964
Updated within the last 1 month.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

Updated within the last year

Unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, other firearms, and ammunition can be taken to any local police substation for disposal. To dispose of firearms, you may contact the non-emergency police at (210) 207-7273 to request an officer out to pick them up and dispose of them properly.

Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
Updated within the last year

Services are provided by Crisis Response Team members. This team is made up of police officers and caseworkers assigned to each SAPD substation.

Services include:

  • Victims' services
  • Violence prevention
  • Crisis intervention counseling
  • Case management
  • Child and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Information and referrals

Click here for tips to keep yourself and your children safe, as well as a checklist of things to remember when leaving an abusive situation.

Cpt. David Hightower
(210) 207-7420
Sgt. Michael Ross
(210) 207-7421
Updated within the last 1 month.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

Updated within the last 5 months.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

SAFFE Sergeants

  • Sgt. Blake Jackson
  • Sgt. Michael Gossett
Updated within the last 5 months.

Unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, other firearms, and ammunition can be taken to any local police substation for disposal. To dispose of firearms, you may contact the non-emergency police at (210) 207-7273 to request an officer out to pick them up and dispose of them properly.

Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
Updated within the last year

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

SAFFE Sergeants

  • Sgt. Michael Conlin
  • Sgt. Samuel Esparza
Updated within the last 5 months.

Unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, other firearms, and ammunition can be taken to any local police substation for disposal. To dispose of firearms, you may contact the non-emergency police at (210) 207-7273 to request an officer out to pick them up and dispose of them properly.

Open 24 hours, 7 days per week
Updated within the last year

Services are provided by Crisis Response Team members. This team is made up of police officers and caseworkers assigned to each SAPD substation.

Services include:

  • Victims' services
  • Violence prevention
  • Crisis intervention counseling
  • Case management
  • Child and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Information and referrals

Click here for tips to keep yourself and your children safe, as well as a checklist of things to remember when leaving an abusive situation.

Cpt. Randall Smith
(210) 207-7425
Sgt. Michael Conlin
(210) 207-7169
Updated within the last 1 month.