Newly Formed Police Department to Serve ArrowBrooke in 2019
October 31, 2018
ArrowBrooke is thrilled to announce we will have a new police department serving us close to home beginning in 2019. The Denton County Fresh Water Supply District No. 10 is forming its own police department to serve the 13,000 residents in the ArrowBrooke, Artesia and Savannah communities.
Former Corinth Police Department Assistant Chief Greg Wilkerson has been tapped to lead the new police department, which is expected to begin service in January 2019. The police station will be temporarily located at 724 Savannah Blvd. in a former model home.
“We look forward to providing services to our residents within our District boundaries and to take responsibility for our fair share of the call load that is coming to the Sheriff’s Office. We also look forward to being able to add to the overall law enforcement presence along the 380 corridor,” Wilkerson said in a news release.
Denton County Fresh Water Supply District No. 10 President Rob Adams said the district will be able to provide these new services without raising the tax rate by utilizing the current operation funding to support the formation and ongoing costs of the police department.
Our new officers will be dispatched by the Denton County Sheriff’s Office. When you dial 911 or call the non-emergency number, the sheriff’s office will pinpoint the water district and dispatch their officers to you.
About Police Chief Wilkerson
Chief Wilkerson retired as the assistant chief from the Corinth Police Department in April after more than 25 years of combined service to the cities of Richardson, Little Elm and Corinth. He graduated from the Texas A&M Police Academy in Arlington in 1990. He holds a Master Peace Officer Certificate from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and has over 2600 hours of professional police training.