Support Services Bureau

Todd Eudy currently has over 19 years of experience in law enforcement.  He began his career with the Forney Police Department in 2004 and was promoted to Sergeant in 2009.  Late in 2017, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and in 2020 was again promoted to Deputy Chief.  Eudy has served as the city's Interim Chief of Police on two separate occasions.  Deputy Chief Eudy has served as the leader of many areas in the agency.   These areas include patrol, SWAT, criminal investigations, internal affairs, hiring, dispatch communications, jail, records management, and animal control.  He holds a Master Peace Officer license with the State of Texas.  Deputy Chief Eudy is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.  Todd Eudy holds a Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Education and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public safety (MPS) from the University of Virginia. He is a graduate of the Institute for Law Enforcement Administrations' 123rd School of Supervision and the 56th School of Executive Leadership. Deputy Chief Eudy is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session #285.  In 2019 while serving as the Interim Chief, Deputy Chief Eudy was awarded the city's Supervisor of the Year award.  

Animal Control

Animal Control is a division of the Police Department that is responsible for responding to domestics animal and wildlife issues throughout the city. Our duties include animal at large, adoptions, housing and caring for stray animals, among other issues. For more information about Forney Animal Control, please visit their website at


The primary function of the Records Division is document retention, storage, destruction and retrieval of electronic and manual records. The Records Division is also responsible for staffing the reception area of the main lobby. Other services include requests for open records materials, processing and approval of reports, including accident reports, local records checks. Public Information and Records can be requested through the Records Department. Records can be contacted at 972-552-6628 or by email at [email protected]. Public Records can also be requested within the city's portal.

Crash Reports

A crash report can be obtained by one of the following:

  1. Online.  Debit or Credit card can be used to purchase report.  (A crash report can take up to 14 days from the crash date for your crash to appear in the search results)
  2. In-person.  If a crash report is available, you may purchase your crash report for $6 (or $8 for a certified copy) .  EXACT cash or check only.
  3. Mail.  A check of $6 (or $8 for a certified copy) can be mailed to:

ATTN: Records

110 Justice Center Drive

Forney, TX 75126

**Please make checks out to the Forney Police Department**

If a crash report is not available, a public information request can be made (see homepage), or you may call 972-552-6625, option 2 for the Records Department

Driver's Crash Report

Driver's Crash Report (CR-2) are also available online. The CR-2, also called a "blue form," can be completed by a driver of a vehicle involved in a crash that is not investigated by a law enforcement agency. Additionally, the blue form can only be used when there is no injury to any person involved in the crash and the value of damaged property does not exceed $1,000. More information on the blue form's use is on the first page of the form.


Communications is comprised of 1 Communications Supervisor and 10 Telecommunications Officers. Communications in most instances, is the first contact citizens have when contacting emergency services such as Police, Fire and EMS. The Communications Division links citizens to the appropriate emergency services. Additionally, Communications provides dispatching of both emergency and non-emergency response for both the Police and Fire Departments and connects to Careflite for medical calls.


The Forney Police Department's Detention Facility operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This jail is a holding facility. To inquire whether an individual is being held in our detention facility or for information regarding bonding, you may call 972-552-6625.

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    Todd Eudy

    Deputy Chief