2022 Annual Report - El Paso Police Department

El Paso Police Department

Mission Valley Regional Command The Mission Valley Regional Command consists of an area which includes the Tigua Indian Reservation and the boundaries north of the Zaragoza International Bridge (Ysleta Port of Entry), and covering seven districts in the region. The Mission Valley Regional Command had a successful year in 2021. Despite having the least amount of personnel compared to the other regions, MVRC still ended the year with a decrease of 4% in crime. This was accomplished by the strong work ethic and dedication possessed by the region’s officers, detectives, and supervisors.

Calls for Service Dispatched Events Officer Initiated Investigative and Tactical Units

38,196 22,350

Cases Assigned Cases Cleared Staffing

2,383 1,161

Sworn Personnel Civilian Personnel Police Area Representatives Events Held Event Attendants

99 7

27 1,645

Part 1 Crime Cases Murder Aggravated Assault Robbery Forcible Rape Burglary Larceny-Theft Motor Vehicle Theft 7 240 28 50 127 832 248


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