Crime Statistics

2020 Activity Report 

The Monthly Activity Report is a detailed report of the various incidents that were reported to the Boerne Police Department. It shows the types and number of crimes, arrests, accidents, and traffic stops that were dispatched by the Boerne Police Department. The Incident Report or Map is broken down by council district and displays the type of crimes and the general area where it occurred or was reported to have occurred. Driving while intoxicated (DWI), Thefts, Robberies, Assaults, Burglaries, Criminal Mischief (Vandalism), and Drug / Narcotics Activities are few examples of the type of crimes displayed on the map. The Monthly Activity Report is generally posted around the middle of the following month after all data is collected.

Boerne Police Department Racial Profiling

Texas SB 1074, which became law on September 1, 2001, prohibits racial profiling by Texas peace officers. Texas HB 3389 became effective September 1, 2009 and required agencies to collect stop data beginning on January 1, 2010.

Article 3.05 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure defines Racial Profiling as: "A law enforcement-initiated action based on the individual’s race, ethnicity, or national origin rather than on the individual’s behavior or on information identifying the individual as having engaged in criminal activity."

The chief administrator of the agency, regardless of whether the administrator is elected, employed, or appointed, is required to submit an annual report of the racial profiling information collected under Subdivision (6) of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure to:

  • The Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education
  • The governing body of each county or municipality served by the agency, if the agency is an agency of a county, municipality, or other political subdivision of the state

The Boerne Police Department chooses to report a Partial Exemption or Tier 1 Reporting, the agency is stating it routinely performs traffic stops or motor vehicle stops and the vehicles that routinely perform these stops are equipped with video and audio equipment in which these videos are maintained 90 days after the stop as per, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 2.135.

2019 Racial Profiling Report

Total Stops: 8119

Gender                                                                                                          
Female: 3057
Male: 5062

Race or Ethnicity
Black: 237
Asian/Pacific Islander: 57
White: 1893
Hispanic/Latino: 5920
Alaska Native/ American Indian: 12

Race or Ethnicity known prior to stop?
Yes: 59
No: 8060

Reason for the stop?
Violation of the law: 264
Preexisting knowledge: 122
Moving Traffic Violation: 4913
Vehicle Traffic Violation: 2820

Search conducted?
Yes: 442
No: 7677

Reason for the Search?
Consent: 155
Contraband: 5
Probable Cause:264
Inventory:12
Incident to Arrest:6

Was contraband discovered?
Yes: 189
No: 253

Description of Contraband
Drugs: 144
Currency:1

Weapons: 5
Alcohol: 34
Stolen Property: 4
Other: 1

Result of the Stop
Verbal warning: 212
Written Warning: 5989
Citation: 1675
Written warning and Arrest: 24
Citation and Arrest: 27
Arrest: 192

Arrest Total
Total: 243

Arrest based on
Violation of Penal Code: 172
Violation of Traffic Law: 36
Violation of City Ordinance: 0 

Outstanding Warrant: 35

Was physical force resulting in bodily Injury used during stop?
Yes: 5
No: 8114