•  Alvin ISD Police Department has committed to providing our campuses with a variety of programs and presentations that will assist in educating our students on various key topics. Students today are afflicted by many issues that may not be able to be addressed as part of their daily course work or through teacher instruction. Sometimes students need to listen to information from a different source, such as a campus officer, to help better understand the magnitude of a particular topic.  
    Key topics of today include bullying, sexting, behavior considered criminal, and social to emotional acceptance. However, these are not stand-alone topics and each campus, or grade level within a campus, may experience additional issues that necessitate a request for a different presentation. Our goal is to be an additional resource to all campuses to present material which impacts the students' safety, security, and any criminal contemplation.
    Sharing what our officers are achieving throughout the district, and on individual campuses, helps keep our community informed of the knowledge our students are privileged to receive. You can visit our stories through the links below.
  • Officers Read Across America

    Officers Read Across America

    In support of Read Across America, Officers JD Green and Parker took time to read to some of our local elementary students. Red Duke Elementary students heard a great book read by Officer Green, while Meridiana listened to Officer Parker read to them.

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  • Hasse talks about Bullying

    Hasse talks about Bullying

    Officer Morton was invited to Hasse Elementary to present to their 5th grade students a lesson on Bullying.

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  • Social Decision Making at EC Mason

    Social Decision Making at EC Mason

    Emotions will always play a factor into how someone reacts to a situation. Young students are often unable to process complex emotions during situations that arise during school, and still maintain a school appropriate behavior. Officer Parker piloted a 14 week program that would teach elementary age students how to better handle their emotions to make good decisions.

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