Mission Statement


To serve, to protect the rights of people, and to promote and preserve the peace within the Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo.


The Tribal Police Division (TPD) affords law enforcement services to the people of the Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo and to visitors who enter the boundaries of the Pueblo. TPD strives to secure all rights and powers which are inherent of the tribe’s sovereign status through professionalism and integrity. TPD aims to safeguard life and property, to enforce tribal law in a fair and impartial manner, to preserve peace and order within the boundaries of the reservation, and to aggressively pursue their mission in conformance with the culture and values of the pueblo.

TPD consists of a team of dedicated professionals that provide excellent service, which enhances the quality of life for the pueblo community that they serve. Chief Robert Martinez and his officers patrol the tribal communities, follow-up on investigations of all crimes, and ensure that pueblo rights are respected and followed. TPD enjoys an excellent reputation as one of the premier Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies as attested to by reviews by the U.S. Department of Justice. YDSP Tribal Police serve the Pueblo Community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Reporting Crime


Report a crime to improve community safety. If you witness criminal activity, call your Tribal Police Department Dispatch at 915-860-9653. Provide as much detailed information as possible:

  • Incident or activity
  • Situation
  • Location
  • Time of day
  • Suspects
  • Any related information


Anonymous Crime Report


If you have information about theft, vandalism, drugs or any illegal activity, call or log onto WeTip  24 hours a day to file an anonymous crime report.




Tribal Police Division

Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo Judicial Facility
9241 Socorro Rd. El Paso, TX 79907
Police Headquarters Phone: 915-860-7155
Police Headquarters Fax: 915-860-2794
Police Dispatch: 915-860-9653


The YDSP Tribal Police Division operates within the boundaries of the Tribal Reservation and Trust Land. In the event of an emergency, persons located off the reservation should dial 911.

Tribal Police Division