Fort Bend ISD Police Officers are assigned to each secondary campus and they have dedicated patrol officers specifically for elementary schools. All officers are licensed by the State of Texas and enforce Fort Bend ISD policies, applicable ordinances, and state laws. The Police Department provides a multitude of police-related services for our students, staff, and community.
The Fort Bend ISD Police Department is accredited through the Texas Police Chiefs Association Best Practices Recognition Program and works in compliance with 170 Texas Law Enforcement Best Practices. These Best Practices were developed by Texas Law Enforcement professionals to assist agencies in the efficient and effective delivery of service, the reduction of risk, and the protection of individual’s rights.
Services & Programs
Traffic Safety Division – coordinates the District’s crossing guard program and assists with traffic concerns on and around FBISD properties.
Emergency Management - Fort Bend ISD has a full-time emergency management coordinator who is responsible for ensuring all staff and students are prepared for any kind of emergency.
Life Safety Systems - staff maintains the District's security alarms and video systems that are installed in all FBISD schools and facilities.
Criminal Investigation Division – investigates criminal offenses that have occurred on FBISD properties.
K-9 Division – Keisha is a trained canine to detect illegal narcotics. Officer Adame and Keisha are available for presentations by request.
Quality Control/Community Service – provides educational programs on R.A.D. KIDS (Resisting, Aggression, Defensively), stranger danger, violence prevention, consequences of drinking and driving, alcohol awareness, bicycle safety, gun safety, and crisis management planning.
Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) Training - instructors provide training to staff, parents, and community groups which teaches them what to do if they find themselves in an active attack situation.
Student Crime Stoppers Hotline – provides opportunities for students to report illegal activities that take place on school property by calling a tips hotline, (281) 491-TIPS (8477). All calls remain anonymous and students can receive monetary rewards for information that leads to any prosecution or arrest.