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Humble ISD Police Department 
Est. 1994
 

 

The Humble ISD Police Department is a group of dedicated professional men and women committed to support the district’s mission by providing service-oriented enforcement of the law, maintaining the peace and protecting our school community. Humble ISD Police officers strive to serve, educate and provide a safe and secure learning environment for the students and staff of the Humble Independent School District. We support the district’s mission by providing service-oriented enforcement of the law, maintaining the peace and protecting our school community. We are committed to the protection and guidance of the district’s student population with the district’s number one priority; student achievement. We pledge to provide optimal service and to support the needs of our students, our employees, and our community.


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The Humble ISD Police Department began in 1993, when Mr. Don Maddox was hired by the district as security coordinator. In January 1994, the Humble ISD board of trustees voted to make application to the state for a school district police department and the application was approved in February of the next year. Don Maddox’s title changed to Chief of Police, and several security officers were hired.In December, 2003, Captain Solomon Cook became Chief of Police. Chief Cook has been with Humble ISD since 1996, and was a police officer with the City of Humble before coming to Humble ISD.
 

The department has grown to include 46 police officers and 6 security officers. The patrol fleet has 41 units. Our fully equipped, marked patrol vehicles are utilized 24 hours a day by the patrol division.  The police department personnel patrol the district’s facilities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and respond to alarms and calls for service. Our officers issue citations, complete offense reports, and make arrests.  Officers also provide security at district athletic events and other campus functions. Our fleet also includes several unmarked vehicles for investigations as well as the police administration.
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