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CLICK HERE to view and download the Identity Theft Victim’s Kit (PDF) prepared by the State Attorney General’s Office. The kit is very extensive and explains what to do if you are a victim of Identity Theft. The kit includes an ID Theft Affidavit, Application for Court Order, Texas Identity Theft Enforcement & Protection Act, contact information for credit bureaus, Social Security Administration information, and much more.
You can read the City of League City ordinances here. If you still have an immediate question, feel free to talk to an on duty police officer. Call 281-332-2566.
Some police reports can be taken over the phone by calling the main number, 281-332-2566. Some reports must be taken in person either at the police station or by an officer come to your house.
Accident reports are available from the records division. You can get a copy of a report in person at the League City Police Department, 555 W Walker St. There is no fee for accident reports. The Records Window is open Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., and Friday 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
League City Police Department does not do public fingerprints. Please check with a place that may be able to help. View the Fingerprint Service Providers list (PDF).
Call the municipal court at 281- 554-1060.
Yes, alarm permits are required for all home alarms within the City of League City. The process can be completed online by clicking here. If you have questions or problems, call 281-338-4185.
League City does not have a curfew.
Criminal records are maintained by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Call 512-424-2000 for more information.