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  • Clint Patrol Station
  • The Clint Patrol Station is located on the southeast Lower Valley area of El Paso County. It is located centrally within the Town of Clint behind the El Paso County Mission Valley Annex. They share a building with the Justice of the Peace Precinct 6, Constable 6 Office and El Paso County Clerk’s Office. As centrally located, it has easy access to major roadways allowing for quick response to calls for service. The Station is commanded by a Lieutenant which is designated as the Station Commander. The Clint Station Lieutenant has the primary responsibility for patrol districts.
  • The areas these districts encompass the eastern city limits of the City of El Paso to the Hudspeth county line south of Interstate Highway 10 and north of the international border. The specific areas of responsibility for the Clint Patrol Station are El Paso Hills, Lynwood Estates, Agua Dulce Subdivision, Las Colonias Subdivision, Town of Clint, San Elizario, Fabens, Tornillo, and Palo Alto.
  • The area surrounding the Clint Patrol Station has an estimated population of 28,201 (2010 US Census) up from 22,305 (2000 US Census). Within the area of responsibility, a Fabens sub-station located in the Fabens Senior Center located inside the Fabens subdivision. The Fabens Sub-station is frequently used by field personnel for report writing, prisoner processing and administrative tasks.
  • Clint Station
  • 190 San Elizario
  • Clint, TX 79836
  • Lieutenant Ryan Urrutia
  • Patrol Division/Clint Station
  • El Paso County Sheriff's Office
  • (915) 851-3287
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