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Can I ride with a police officer?
Yes. People of any age can ride out with an officer, as long as their criminal history is clear and they, or their guardian, has completed a waiver of liability form.Requirements...

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1. What are the operating hours for various sections of the Police Department?
2. How do I get a copy of a police accident report?
3. How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
4. My vehicle has been impounded by Weatherford Police. How can I get it back?
5. Can I get someone to speak to various groups about community issues?
6. Can I ride with a police officer?
7. I am leaving town for several days. Can I request extra patrol?
8. I have a complaint against a Weatherford Police Department employee. What do I do?
9. How do I find out if someone is in jail?
10. I need to be fingerprinted for a job application or professional license, will the police department do this?
11. I received a ticket from a City of Weatherford Officer. What do I do now?
12. Does the police department give escorts or civil standbys in certain situations?
13. How do I find out which detective is handling my case?
14. How do I get a protective order?
15. Can I make a police report over the phone or does a police officer have to come to my house?
16. What do I need to do to keep someone off my property?
17. Are BB-guns and air rifles legal inside the city?
18. Does the Weatherford Police Department auction cars?
19. Can I get a criminal history or background check ran on someone?
20. Does the City of Weatherford require alarm permits?
21. Do I have to have a permit to solicit inside the city?
22. How do I file for a report under the Open Records Act?
23. How do I report suspicious neighbors or drug activity?
24. Cars are speeding down my street. What can be done?
25. How can I report a traffic related problem in my neighborhood?
26. Do I have to call the police if my vehicle is the only one involved in an accident?
27. What can I do about identity theft?