School Resource Office
The Schertz Police Department School Based Law Enforcement Division was created in 2011 with the specific mission of providing safety and security at the nine SCUCISD campuses within the City of Schertz. The Division employs officers with special training to deal with juveniles and juvenile related crime. With the support of the School District Administration and the community this division has been successful in investigating and curbing juvenile crime.
The School Resource Office (SRO) assigns Schertz Police Department officers to assist the Schertz Cibolo Universal City Independent School District (SCUCISD). SROs provide law enforcement and security services to several primary education campuses throughout the City of Schertz. These campuses include:
- Allison L. Steele Enhanced Learning Center
- DEAP-Disciplinary Alternative Education Program
- Green Valley Elementary School
- John A. Sippel Elementary School
- Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate School
- Norma J. Paschal Elementary School
- Ray D. Corbett Junior High School
- Rose Garden Elementary School
- Samuel Clemens High School
- Schertz Elementary School
What We Do
We offer live presentations to educate the students on bullying, stranger danger, drug awareness, internet safety, and the dangers of texting and driving. We have had a great time interacting with the children during those presentations, and try to incorporate fun along with learning to maximize the impact made on their young minds.
If your child is the victim of a crime that occurs on school property during school hours, you can contact the Schertz Police Department School Resource Officers, to file a police report. If the offense occurred after school hours, or not on school property you can contact the Schertz Police Department directly. If your child is involved in a motor vehicle accident that occurs on school property, please report the issue as soon as possible by either contacting the school or the Schertz Police Department.
Raising a child can be incredibly rewarding, but can also be a challenge. We hope to serve as a positive role model for your child and as a valuable resource for you as a parent. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have. We can be contacted by calling the Schertz Police Department at 210-619-1200, or advise the administration at your child’s school, and they can contact us directly.
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