City of San Antonio
FBI Office – San Antonio
An FBI main office in San Antonio has six area satellite offices including the one in Del Rio that oversees Val Verde, Terrell, Edwards, Kinney, Maverick, Zavala and Dimmit counties.
San Antonio Fire Department
“Our Family, Protecting Your Family”
The city has more than 1,000 fire fighters, 50 fire stations and 32 ambulances operated by more than 300 certified paramedics working to protect citizens, visitors, property and the environment. Find fire station locations online at www.sanantonio.gov/SAFD/About/LocationsforFireStations.aspx.
San Antonio Police Department
“Protecting the Alamo City”
SAPD’s official guides are the principles of integrity, respect, compassion and fairness. The department is dedicated to improving the quality of life by creating a safe environment in partnership with the people it serves. SAPD headquarters is at 315 S. Santa Rosa. Find substation locations as well as information about programs and services at www.sanantonio.gov/sapd.aspx.
Texas Department of Public Safety
The Texas Department of Public Safety, known as the State Troopers, maintains several public safety and driver’s license offices in San Antonio.
City of Del Rio
Del Rio Fire Department
The Del Rio Fire Department, which has four fire stations strategically placed across the city, fights fires within the city limits but in addition provides public education, code enforcement and ongoing training for fire fighters.
Val Verde County Volunteer Fire and Rescue
Members of Val Verde County Volunteer Fire and Rescue fight structure, vehicle and wildland fires; educate the public; assist EMS; and conduct search and rescue missions outside city limits.
Del Rio Police Department
Divisions within the department include administration, enforcement, criminal investigation, records, juvenile, auto theft, patrol, training and communications. Texas Jail Roster notes that in recent years Del Rio’s overall crime rate has been 23 percent lower than the national average, and the odds of being a crime victim were 1 in 43, meaning the city was safer than nearly 50 percent of other U.S. cities.
U.S. Border Patrol
U.S. Customs and Border Protection maintains a Border Patrol station in Del Rio that monitors 41 Texas counties and the Rio Grande and Lake Amistad border between the U.S. and Mexico. The Border Patrol’s mission is to detect and prevent smuggling operations and the entry of undocumented immigrants.
Texas Department of Public Safety – Del Rio Office
Services offered by the Del Rio DPS Office at 2012 Veteran Blvd. include drivers licenses and renewals, written driving tests and road tests, identification cards, the written and driving tests for those seeking a commercial drivers license, and vehicle registration.