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Employment Opportunities

Currently, Wolfforth PD is fully staffed.

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve and protect the citizens of Wolfforth.  We will do this by enforcing the law in a fair and impartial manner.  It is our desire to be a community-oriented problem solving police department.

Contact Information


Call 806-855-4160 during regular business hours to contact the Wolfforth Police Chief, or the Officer on duty.  Evening hours, you will reach the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office with that number.  The Sheriff's Office will then contact the Wolfforth Officer on duty.

Racial Profiling

The City of Wolfforth has adopted a policy prohibiting racial profiling.  The policy is available for review at Wolfforth City Hall, during regular business hours.  For your convenience, the Complaint Investigation procedures contained in the policy are as follows:


1. The department shall accept complaints from any person who believes he or she has been stopped or searched based on racial, ethnic or national origin profiling. No person shall be discouraged, intimidated or coerced from filing a complaint, nor discriminated against because he or she filed such a complaint.

2. Any employee who receives an allegation of racial profiling, including, the officer who initiated the stop, shall record the person's name, address and telephone number, and forward the complaint through the appropriate channel or direct the individual(s). Any employee contacted shall provide to that person a copy of a complaint form or the department process for filing a complaint. All employees will report any allegation of racial profiling to their superior before the end of their shift.

3. Investigation of a complaint shall be conducted in a thorough and timely manner. All complaints will be acknowledged in writing to the initiator who will receive disposition regarding said complaint within a reasonable period of time. The investigation shall be reduced to writing and any reviewer's comments or conclusions shall be filed with the chief. When applicable, findings and/or suggestions for disciplinary action, retraining, or changes in policy shall be filed with the chief.

4. If a racial profiling complaint is sustained against an officer, it will result in appropriate corrective and/or disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

5. If there is a departmental video or audio recording of the events upon which a complaint of racial profiling is based, upon commencement of an investigation by this department into the complaint and written request of the officer made the subject of the complaint, this department shall promptly provide a copy of the recording to that officer.


The Wolfforth Police Department has thirteen officers, including a Chief, two Investigators, a K-9 Officer, a Code Enforcement Officer, four Patrol Officers, and four volunteer Reserve Officers.  Dino, the second half of the K-9 team, is trained for drug searches and officer protection.