In case of an Emergency call 9-1-1

Report any suspicious behavior if you suspect anything that is out of the ordinary.
CALL THE POLICE @ 684-1011

To contact the Police Department with general questions or for information
Call:     (210) 695-3261 ext.3 – Office
(210) 695-4417 – Fax

Mission Statement

To provide unparalleled service to our community in a timely and professional manner. Insuring a safe environment to all citizens regardless of race, color, creed, sex, or age while being open to input from any and all citizens to provide community oriented policing.

Police Force
The Grey Forest Police Department is comprised of a full-time Police Chief, three full time officers, one shift officer and several reserve officers.  All officers are fully licensed peace officers who are dedicated to serving the city through a devotion of valuable time and effort toward a common goal:  creating a safer community.

Reserve officers that work in Grey Forest wear the same uniform, have the same training, and perform the same duties as full time Police Officers, but on a part-time volunteer basis. Currently there are 12 officers within the department with a combined total of more than 200 years of work experience.  Nine of the officers currently hold an advanced or master Peace Officer License.  Their backgrounds range from former Chief of Police, Director of State & Federal Law Enforcement Academy, detective to commissioned firefighters with EMS, hazmat and arson investigation experience.

Police Chief David Bejar began his career in Law Enforcement in 1979 with the San Antonio Police Department. Retiring after 31 years of service, he started with the Grey Forest Police Department in February 2012 as a Reserve Officer.  He was appointed Police Chief in July of 2013.  He holds an Associates Degree in Law Enforcement and a Master Peace Officer License.



Police Department Services

Community Policing
The City of Grey Forest Police Department is dedicated to working closely with our citizens to locate and identify areas of concern and to actualize solutions. Community policing is accomplished through a cooperative effort between the Grey Forest Police  Department and our citizens to:
• Enhance the quality of life
• Protect the lives and property of our residents
• Reduce the opportunity of crime

McGruff Safe Kids Program
The Grey Forest Police Department offers a Kids identification kit which includes a personal record card with child-safe fingerprint ink and includes engaging, interactive personal safety tips for parents and children. The guidebook is proven to help kids learn how to be safe on the streets and online.

Out of Town Program
The Grey Forest Police Department encourages citizens to fill out a form when they are going to be away from their residence for any extended period. Officers with the department will check the location during their patrol shift.

You may download the form by clicking the link below or stop by City Hall.  After filling out the form, drop it by City Hall to the City Secretary or put it in the drop box at City Hall and it will be picked up the following business day.
Out of Town Information Form

Provide Crime Safety Tips
• Preventing Vehicle Burglaries
• Home Security Tips
• Operation ID (Labeling personal items with your personal identifying number using an engraver loaned by the  Grey Forest Police Department).

   Contact the Police Department for more information

Grey Forest Police Department – Spring 2017

Grey Forest Police Department - Spring 2017

Front row L to R: Roger Robles, Roy Rodriguez, Lalo Gutierrez, *Jesse Ambriz, *Chief David Bejar, Lt. Frank Francis, *Sgt.Bob North
2nd row L to R: Gary Mound, *Elliot Rodriguez, Gary Dominguez, Elmer Williams, Magda Zavala, Det.Ray Trevino, Scott Sharp, Dan Vela, Bill Stannard, Henry Lopez, Ezra Bailey, Jose Morin, Rudy Ornelas
Not pictured: Officer Yee, Matthew Marek, Daniel Robles