DES-20Logo.pngThe Directorate of Emergency Services plans, directs and provides law and order, fire and emergency services, and protection operations in support of Fort Bliss in order to provide a safe and secure environment for the service members, civilians, and families that work, live, or visit the installation. The directorate is made up of the Police Services Division, Fire & Emergency Service Division, Physical Security Division, and DES Operations.

DES Operations

  • Operations Officer: (915) 744-9135
  • Operations Officer: (915) 744-9144

Fire and Emergency Service Division

  • Emergency Response: 911
  • Dispatch (Non Emergency): (915) 744-2115
  • Fire Prevention: (915) 744-8194/8195
  • Family Child Care Home Inspections: (915) 744-8194/8195
  • Fire Chief: (915) 744-8401
  • Deputy Fire Chief: (915) 744-2824

Physical Security Division

  • Chief of Physical Security: (915) 744-1551
  • Physical Security Operations Officer: (915) 744-1551

Police Services Division

  • Chief of Police: (915) 744-9363
  • Deputy Chief of Police: (915) 744-9370


Weapons Registration

weapons-registration-button.jpgThe carrying of a concealed weapon on the installation is prohibited, regardless of whether a state or county permit has been obtained. Per AR 190-11, a concealed weapon is any instrument used or designed for the purpose of inflicting grievous bodily harm that is carried on the person in such a way as to be hidden from ordinary view. Folded knives with blades shorter than 3 inches are excluded from this definition.


Abandoned Vehicles

Abandoned vehicles are classified as vehicles that:

  1. Have remained in the same place for an extended period of time without being removed.
  2. Are non-operational or disabled (do not have the capability or capacity of being driven, or have an appearance of being non-operational).
  3. Have expired state registration, expired insurance, do not have license plates, or possess fictitious plates.

To review the abandoned vehicle memo, click here.