Crime District

FY 2021-2022 Annual Budget


The Citizens of White Settlement voted on January 20, 1996, to create a White Settlement Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) by the adoption of local sales and use tax at a rate of one-half of one percent through Resolution No. 608-96. The tax was readopted in May 2010 through Resolution No.931-10 for an additional twenty-year period beginning January 2011. In accordance with Local Government Code Chapter 363, the district may finance all the costs of a crime control and crime prevention program, including the costs for personnel, administration, expansion, enhancement, and capital expenditures. The programs include police and law enforcement related programs; community-related crime prevention strategies; specific treatment and prevention programs, court and prosecution services; additional jails, jailers, guards, and other necessary staff. This will give the City leaders and police administrators an opportunity to make long-range plans that will ensure our community that their needs will be met.

The Crime Prevention and Control District is an entity governed by a seven-member board approved by the City Council. For financial reporting purposes, the entity is reported as a component unit and as a part of the City’s operations. The District pays the City five percent (5%) of the gross crime tax receipts for administrative and other services in monthly installments.

Budget Summary

2020-2021 Accomplishments


  1. Enhance officer skills through continued training and education to ensure officers are current in laws and police techniques, as well as supervisors who are knowledgeable in management and leadership practices
  2. Update Officers uniforms to reduce medical injury to employees
  3. Improve the departments fleet of vehicles while reducing maintenance costs

FY22 Objectives

  1. Increase ongoing training to employees by 100 hours to ensure a well-trained and professional department
  2. Utilize new training software to assign employees training on different subject matters to enhance knowledge and skills of all employees
  3. Provide Officers with outer ballastic carriers to help distribute weight of equipment from off the hips to torso area
  4. Replace and migrate all remaining vehicles to the Enterprise Fleet Program with newer vehicles and equipment

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