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β€œThe only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

- Edmund Burke

The Frenship Independent School District employs a full-time police department of Texas Commissioned Peace Officers, licensed by the Texas Commission On Law Enforcement. Texas Education Code Chapter 37.081 authorizes a school district to employ peace officers, such as a local government would employ peace officers. Frenship ISD officers' work during the regular school day, Monday thru Friday, between the hours of 07:30 am to 4:00 pm. As well as prescribed school-sponsored activities that vary the duty hours of an officer.

 

The department employs officers with a minimum of a TCOLE Intermediate peace officer certification. Officers also hold certifications as a Police Instructors, Basic Tactical Officer, and Basic to Advanced Investigator, Special Investigator, Hostage Negotiator and Gang Officer, as well as other training that specifically serves the district.

 

FISD police officers are highly motivated individuals that actively seek ways to improve the school environment, also creating and implementing unique programs that address, Bullying, Non-Attendance, Gang Activity and other social needs as required. All our officers are committed toward the common goal of developing students who academically excel, exhibit practical problem-solving skills, and are of good character and citizenship.

 

The Frenship ISD Police Department's jurisdiction of authority is authorized by Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, the Texas Education Code, and the Frenship ISD School Board. Police services provided for the Frenship ISD include enforcing laws of the State of Texas, within the limits of the COUNTY OF LUBBOCK, the CITY OF LUBBOCK and the CITY OF WOLFFORTH. Frenship officers work in corroboration with other school district police agencies, to include city, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

 

To contact an officer during the regular school day, (07:30 to 16:30) dial the Casey Administration Reception Desk 806-866-9541. Officers are officed at the high school middle schools, for elementary schools an officer is officed at Northridge Elementary. Officers may be contacted directly via the campus office.

 

The Frenship ISD Police Department radio dispatches primarily through the Lubbock County Sheriff's Communication Center, (806-775-1601). Also, the City of Lubbock Communications Center, 806-755-2812, can make contact with an officer as needed for non-emergency matters.

 

Please refer all questions or concerns to the Chief of Police at 806-866-4440.