Reports and Helpful Links
Police and Fire Report Public Information Records Request
In accordance with the Texas Public Information Act, Public Information requests must be submitted in writing. Requests should be for documents, or other information that is already in existence. The City of Fate is not required to answer questions, perform legal research, or comply with a continuing request to supply information on a periodic basis. The City of Fate may, however ask for clarification of Requests if it is uncertain as to what is being requested. Some records of the City of Fate may be exempt from disclosure.
When making a request for public information, please keep in mind that some information may accrue a cost to process. Should the office determine that your request will be in excess of $40, a cost estimate will be provided to you. For more information about the Public Information Act, please visit the Texas Attorney General’s website.
There are several ways to request information from the Fate Department of Public Safety. The preferred method is through the Fate Public Records Center. Requests may also be submitted to the Fate DPS Records using any of the following methods:
- Bring request "in person" to: Fate DPS, 128 E. Fate Main Place, Fate, TX 75087
- Mail request to: Fate DPS, P.O. Box 159, Fate, TX 75132
- E-mail request to: [email protected]
- Fax request to: 214-764-3077
Texas Department of Public Safety Sex Offenders Resources
The City of Fate takes sexually based crimes very seriously and has provided access to the City's ordinance as well as state resources.
- Annual Reports
- DPS Public Forms
- Helpful Links
- Citizens Online Police Reporting
- Police and Fire Service Calls
Annual statistics for both Police and Fire-Rescue activities within the department.
Racial Profiling Reports
This particular report contains three sections with information on motor vehicle-related contact data. In addition, when appropriate, documentation is also a component of this report, aiming at demonstrating the manner in which the Fate Police Department has complied with the Texas Racial Profiling Law.
Vacation House Watch Request
All Vacation/House Watch services of a residence will be for a maximum of Fourteen (14) consecutive days.
All active Real Estate (sale/rental/lease/foreclosure) properties are excluded.
Fate Department of Public Safety cannot guarantee your residence will be checked at specific times or dates, but every effort will be made to check on your residence as time and workload allow.
Please fill out the Vacation House Watch Form.
Provided below are links to helpful information.