2022 Annual Report - El Paso Police Department

El Paso Police Department

Pebble Hills Regional Command

The Pebble Hills Regional Command Center (PHRCC) officially opened in 1994, and is located at 10780 Pebble Hills. PHRCC has a large, diverse community that is located on the eastside of the city of El Paso. The Pebble Hills area has experienced phenomenal residential and business growth in recent years. The region includes the area east of Buffalo Soldier Road to the far eastern city limits and north of Interstate 10. PHRCC is the police department’s largest region with a population that exceeds 245,000 people compassing over 60 square miles. The Pebble Hills Regional Command Center (PHRCC) is comprised of 181 Sworn Officers, Eight (8) Civilian employees, and four (4) Volunteers. Sworn Officers are assigned to Patrol, Traffic, Community Services (Police Area Representative - PAR), Criminal Investigations, Juvenile Investigations, and the Tactical unit. The Pebble Hills Regional Command Center (PHRCC) affords citizens the ability to pay traffic citations, set court dates, and obtain copies of police reports. PHRCC has a community room, named after Officer Karl McDonough who was killed in the line of duty in 2010. The Karl McDonough Community Room can be reserved in advance to hold community meetings. PHRCC also offers a variety of community programs that citizens can become involved in which include the Citizen’s Advisory Board, Public Safety Cadets, Safety Town, National Night Out, Pride Day, and Neighborhood Watch Groups. PHRCC also invites the community to participate in the Ride-Along Program. The dedicated officers and staff of the Pebble Hills Regional Command Center are committed to reducing crime and continue to build and maintain strong partnerships within the community in order to improve the quality of life for everyone to enjoy.

Calls for Service Dispatched Events Officer Initiated Investigative and Tactical Units

49,054 20,365

Cases Assigned Cases Cleared Staffing

6,441 3,427

Sworn Personnel Civilian Personnel

177 7

Police Area Representatives Events Held (Virtual & In-Person) Event Attendants

119 9,662

Part 1 Crime Cases Murder Aggravated Assault Robbery Forcible Rape Burglary Larceny-Theft Motor Vehicle Theft 9 454 65 208 722 1,651 258


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