Property and Evidence
Property & Evidence is comprised of two civilian technicians who oversee property and evidence. Duties include retrieving, coding and transporting evidence, as well as releasing property to the public, other agencies, detectives, officers and court officials. Technicians oversee inventory of all guns, drugs, money, and other items, while also serving as Quartermaster of the department to maintain and order all uniforms, duty gear, portable radios, guns, ammunition, body armor, badges, and other required equipment for officers and staff.
Police Property Release Requests
All property release requests shall be reviewed by a Supervisor of the Grapevine Police Department. A property request does not guarantee the release of the property.
All property releases require an appointment. If the requestor or his/her designated person fail to appear for their appointment, a certified letter will be sent to the address listed above. Per Texas Code of Criminal Procedure 18.17 the letter recipient has 90 days from the day the letter is received to contact Property and Evidence. Failure to contact Property and Evidence will result in the destruction of the property.
The property owner can designate someone else of their choosing to pick up their property on their behalf. A form must be completed and notarized before it is submitted for review. If the property is a firearm, the designated person will have to submit to a background check.
For additional information, contact Property and Evidence during regular business hours at 817.410.3948 or by email: email@example.com.
Lost Property Report
Anyone wanting to make a report of lost property can do so online through the Grapevine Police Online Reporting System. You can access the online reporting here.