Police Department

The Zavalla Police Department is a community based police agency. The Department’s goals are to protect the citizens of Zavalla and their property all while maintaining a fair and impartial approach with the community. The Zavalla Police Department strives to use good moral values and ethics to help guide our daily decisions, planning, and contributions for improving the relationship between law enforcement and the citizens of Zavalla. The members of the Zavalla Police Department are dedicated to provide effective and efficient law enforcement services, to be honest and courteous, as well as show professionalism and integrity at all times. The agency is not a 24 hour agency; however, the Zavalla Police Department strives to provide highest level of protections with three full-time officers and four reserve officers. If you would like an officer to respond to your residence or place of business please contact (936)634-3331. All report calls are made through the Angelina County Sheriff’s Office. If you would like to speak to the Chief of Police please contact (936)897-3311 or Fax (936)897-2107.  You can report a crime, suspicion of a crime, and or drug activity anonymously through Crime Stoppers of Lufkin on the internet at www.LufkinCrimeStoppers.com or call (936)639-TIPS.


Chief of Police Chris Wade cwade@cityofzavalla.com