skip to main content

registration renewal e-reminder address change specialty plates temporary permits vehicle-transit vehicle transfer notification title check

Austin Auto-Theft Interdiction Project

austin-autotheft-interdiction-projectAustin Auto Theft Interdiction Project

715 E. 8th Street, Austin, Texas 78701

512.974.5713





Over 90% of auto thefts reported in Travis County occurred w ithin the City of Austin. The Austin Police Department Auto Theft Interdiction Project has been successful in implementing a variety of strategies to reduce auto theft and burglary of vehicles, recover stolen vehicles, and prosecute offenders. The mission of the Austin Police Department Auto Theft Interdiction Project is to reduce the rate of auto theft and burglary of vehicles in the City of Austin. To achieve this goal, the unit employs several initiatives involving investigation, enforcement techniques, analysis, prevention and educational strategies.

Beaumont Southeast Texas Auto Theft Task Force

Southeast Texas Auto Theft Task ForceBeaumont Southeast Texas Auto Theft Task Force

2430 W. Cardinal Drive, Suite C, Beaumont, Texas 77705

409.654.3600




The Southeast Texas Auto Theft Task Force provides a multi-agency effort to reduce auto related crimes w ithin a four county area including Jefferson, Orange, Hardin and Jasper Counties. The Task Force is staffed w ith personnel from the Beaumont and Port Arthur Police Departments and the Jefferson and Hardin County Sherriff's Offices. The Task force has been actively combating auto thefts since it w as formed in 1993 and has realized a reduction in auto thefts of more than sixty percent during that time.

 

Burnet County Heart of Texas Auto Theft Task Force

BurnetCo-HOTATTF logoBurnet County Heart of Texas Auto Theft Task Force

1601 E Polk, Burnet, Texas 78611

254.757.0701

Covering 4,702 miles, a population of 396,105, the HOTATTF continually works with other agencies to become a connection point to attack vehicle crimes. Information is received/distributed to agencies so more officers can be proactive in vehicle theft/burglaries. HOTATTF works with ABTPA grants to identify organized crime rings, known offenders, etc. We create partnerships with counties and municipalities to combat vehicle related crimes. We coordinate with crime stoppers programs and distribute brochures in English and Spanish to the citizens of our coverage area. We do presentations to groups/organizations to educate on ways to protect personal vehicles.

South Texas Auto Theft Enforcement Task Force

BrownsvilleSouth Texas Auto Theft Enforcement Task Force

600 E. Jackson Street, Brownsville, TX 78520

956.548.7144





The South Texas Auto Theft Enforcement Task Force goal is to reduce the number of Auto Theft and Burglary of motor vehicles in South Texas. This is accomplished by w orking closely w ith our task force agencies and the sharing of information regarding trends in Auto Theft's and Automobile Burglaries. Public aw areness through various media outlets as well as public presentations will help to educate the citizens on methods to reduce the chances of victimization.

 

Corpus Christi Auto Theft Prevention Grant

CorpusChristiCorpus Christi Auto Theft Prevention Grant

321 John Sartain, Corpus Christi, TX 78401

361.886.2889


The Corpus Christi Auto Theft Task Force was first funded in 2001 to deter auto theft through public awareness and increased proactive enforcement. We seek to execute a strong proactive and reactive force in the furtherance of the goal to reduce auto theft and burglaries in Corpus Christi. The objective of the ATTF is the prevention, detection and apprehension of suspects. Public Awareness Campaigns use innovative techniques to educate law enforcement and the public about auto theft and burglary prevention possibilities.

 

Copyright © 2020 Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. All rights reserved. - 4000 Jackson Ave, Austin, TX 78731