Patrol Division

The Patrol Division consists of 28 Patrol Officers, 2 Traffic Officers, 1 Mental Health Officer, 2 K9 Officers, 4 Sergeants, and 4 Corporals. The Patrol Division is responsible for responding to calls for service, proactive patrol, and providing traffic enforcement.

Criminal Investigations Division

The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) is comprised of Criminal Investigations, Property/Evidence, Guadalupe County Narcotics Unit, and Victim's Assistance. CID consists of 1 Lieutenant, 1 Sergeant, 10 Detectives, 2 Narcotic Unit Detectives, 2 Narcotic Unit K9s, 2 Forensics Technicians, and 1 Crime Victim's Liaison. The detectives are responsible for investigating offenses that are initially investigated by patrol officers. The detectives also develop criminal cases, prepare and serve warrants, and file cases with the County/District Attorney's Office.

Administration Division

The Administration Division is comprised of 1 Administrative Lieutenant, 1 Training Sergeant, 1 Community Engagement Officer, 1 Warrant Officer, and 1 Mental Health Officer.

Emergency Communications Division

The Emergency Communications Division serves as a full time support entity to SPD/SFD. Staffed by 15 full-time telecommunication operators, each member is equipped with the skills, knowledge, and expertise in responding to the needs of the community, providing maximum safety to the first responders within the city of Seguin.


The Records Division consists of one full-time Records Manager and 2 full-time Records Clerks. 


The Training Division strives to maintain an efficient and well-trained department to comply with all state mandated training and certifications. Learn more about the Seguin PD Training Division.

Victim Services

The mission of the Victim Services program is to provide impassioned leadership, offer emotional support, and build partnerships with service providers and a commitment to empower victims of crime with the goal of preventing further victimization.