The Conroe ISD Police Department focuses on Safeguarding the Future. . .Today! Its mission is to protect the district's students, employees, and properties. In tandem with the District's management team, the Police Department provides an orderly and safe learning environment where teachers may teach and students have the opportunity to learn.
The district police department provides a 24 hour phone line to receive and react to
information relating to drugs, weapons, fighting, bullying, and other crimes or fears
of possible crimes occurring on our campuses.
The 1-888-Kid Chat (543-2428) phone line provides students, parents and personnel an avenue for becoming a Silent Hero. The process ensures confidentiality and anonymity of the callers' identity. The Safe School Crime Stoppers is affiliated with the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Program. Additionally, this department answers Kid Chat calls for the Willis, Montgomery, and Splendora School Districts. These tips are then provided to enforcement personnel responsible for that area.
Please help us maintain an orderly and safe learning environment where teachers may teach and students have the opportunity to learn. Together with your suggestions, support, and partnership we can make a difference.
Two Conroe ISD Police Department employees were recognized Friday night at an event hosted by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Southeast Texas. The event was recognizing local groups for their participation in educating the public and/or enforcing the local drunk driving laws. The team from Conroe ISD was specifically recognized for the coordination and presentation of the “Fatal Decisions Program” on May 18, 2012. Due to the number of deaths recently in the East County area, and the absence of a “mock event” program at Caney Creek High School in 2012, Corporal Floyd Meeks, and Prevention Control Officer Angela Griffin, with the help of Lisa Meeks, Director of Communications for Conroe ISD decided to take matters into their own hands. This team developed their own program, called “Fatal Decisions”, to educate the students of Caney Creek High School about the consequences of Drunk Driving.
“Fatal Decisions” was no small undertaking, as it involved the cooperation, and participation of the entire community. The mock event was carried out during the school day on May 18, 2012 at Caney Creek High School in front of the entire student body. The team was able to successfully plan, collaborate and pay for “Fatal Decisions” entirely through volunteers and donations.
The Fatal Decisions program came complete with Police (DPS), Ambulance (Protec Ambulance Service), the Caney Creek Fire Dept, Air Transport (PHI Air Medical) , and of course, Cashner Funeral Home, who all provided services and supplies for the mock victims played by CCHS students and their parents.
Congratulations to Corporal Floyd Meeks, Prevention Control Officer Angela Griffin, and Director of Communications Lisa Meeks for your proactive actions, and willingness to serve your community is such a way as to affect the lives of the young people possibly making those “Fatal Decisions”
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by Julienna Law
Source: The Paladin Vol 7 Issue 2, Nov 2012.
Our flagship program for helping the community, students, staff and police work together to make safety in our schools everyone's responsibility. This area also shows the effectiveness of the program through real data. Use the navigation bar on the left to select Kid Chat from the Safe Schools area..
Community Outreach Programs
Community Outreach programs are an integral part of policing in the educational environment. Educational intervention strategies are a proven avenue for school district police agencies to interact with the student, staff and parents. All programs offered are divided into two areas, those programs designed for Students and programs for Adults. The Conroe ISD Police Department is proud to present the following programs to the CISD community. see Outreach Home