The Rowlett Police Department recognizes that our society holds the freedoms of the individual as a fundamental concept. Therefore, we strive to enforce policy and procedures that serve to ensure public confidence and mutual trust through the delivery of police services that are fair and equitable.
Members of this Department will not infringe upon this freedom without just, legal and necessary cause. State law and Rowlett Police Department General Orders strictly prohibit police officers from engaging in racial profiling.
Reporting Racial Profiling
If you feel you have been involved in an incident that may constitute racial profiling, you may submit a complaint online, by phone by calling 972-412-6200 and request to speak with the Watch Commander, by mail, Email or in person at the Rowlett Police Department. Every supervisor in the department is authorized to take your complaint. A supervisor can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 972-412-6200, Option #1. Please make sure that you provide a detailed account of the incident.
Lieutenant Kevin Harrelson is Commander of the Professional Standards Unit. Any racial profiling matters may be brought to his attention by contacting him at 972-412-6240 or by Email.
Racial Profiling Laws