Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department

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Operating as usual

01/14/2022
Officer Mayo and Astra visited Cy Woods High School today for a presentation and demonstration to the VIPS group. Astra ...
01/12/2022

Officer Mayo and Astra visited Cy Woods High School today for a presentation and demonstration to the VIPS group. Astra loves showing off her detection skills.

Caught making a difference!! Officer Greg Loter, Salyards MS campus officer, makes a difference everyday by building pos...
01/11/2022

Caught making a difference!! Officer Greg Loter, Salyards MS campus officer, makes a difference everyday by building positive relationships with students, staff, and the Fairfield community.

Training Opportunity hosted by the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department and the National Association of School Resour...
01/11/2022

Training Opportunity hosted by the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department and the National Association of School Resource Officers: Adolescent Mental Health Training; July 18th and 19th, 2022 at the Berry Center.

Adolescent Mental Health Training for School Resource Officers and Educators (AMHT) is designed to help school resource officers and school personnel to better identify and respond to students who are suspected of having a mental health need. It was developed by the National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice (NCYOJ) at Policy Research Associates and is intended to help school resource officers and other school professionals develop the critical skills and capacity for appropriately responding to the many predictable behavior issues that are typically observed among adolescents with mental health needs.

To register: https://www.nasro.org/events/2022/07/18/amht-sro/cypress-tx/

Training Opportunity hosted by the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department and the National Association of School Resource Officers: Adolescent Mental Health Training; July 18th and 19th, 2022 at the Berry Center.

Adolescent Mental Health Training for School Resource Officers and Educators (AMHT) is designed to help school resource officers and school personnel to better identify and respond to students who are suspected of having a mental health need. It was developed by the National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice (NCYOJ) at Policy Research Associates and is intended to help school resource officers and other school professionals develop the critical skills and capacity for appropriately responding to the many predictable behavior issues that are typically observed among adolescents with mental health needs.

To register: https://www.nasro.org/events/2022/07/18/amht-sro/cypress-tx/

Today is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Founded in 2015, this day brings attention to police officers, the dangers th...
01/09/2022

Today is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Founded in 2015, this day brings attention to police officers, the dangers they face while protecting the public, and the difference they make daily within the community.

Today is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Founded in 2015, this day brings attention to police officers, the dangers they face while protecting the public, and the difference they make daily within the community.

Today we swore in Officer Brittany Aguilera. Officer Aguilera recently graduated from the police academy and was already...
01/07/2022

Today we swore in Officer Brittany Aguilera. Officer Aguilera recently graduated from the police academy and was already employed by our agency as a dispatcher. Officer Aguilera is the first CFISD PD dispatcher to transfer over to police officer. Congrats Officer Aguilera!

Today we swore in Officer Brittany Aguilera. Officer Aguilera recently graduated from the police academy and was already employed by our agency as a dispatcher. Officer Aguilera is the first CFISD PD dispatcher to transfer over to police officer. Congrats Officer Aguilera!

Free Training Announcement: The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department, along with New Mexico Tech University, will be ...
01/04/2022

Free Training Announcement: The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department, along with New Mexico Tech University, will be hosting two training courses on Friday Jan. 14th at the Berry Center.

8a-noon: Understanding and Planning for School Bombing Incidents

1p-5p: Law Enforcement Prevention & Deterrence of Terrorist Acts

All licensed personnel are invited to attend, space permitting. Interested individuals should email Sgt. Shane Wallace at [email protected] and include your name, agency, and PID #.

Free Training Announcement: The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department, along with New Mexico Tech University, will be hosting two training courses on Friday Jan. 14th at the Berry Center.

8a-noon: Understanding and Planning for School Bombing Incidents

1p-5p: Law Enforcement Prevention & Deterrence of Terrorist Acts

All licensed personnel are invited to attend, space permitting. Interested individuals should email Sgt. Shane Wallace at [email protected] and include your name, agency, and PID #.

We want to welcome all students and staff back from the break tomorrow. With that said here is some safety reminders for...
01/04/2022

We want to welcome all students and staff back from the break tomorrow. With that said here is some safety reminders for everyone:

-Stop and yield to pedestrians crossing at a crosswalk or intersection
-Stop for school buses with lights activated and stop sign extended
-Stop for crossing guards holding up stop signs
-Never pass a vehicle that is stopped for pedestrians
-Slow down when traveling through school zones
-Avoid cell phone use in school zones

Good luck to everyone this semester!

We want to welcome all students and staff back from the break tomorrow. With that said here is some safety reminders for everyone:

-Stop and yield to pedestrians crossing at a crosswalk or intersection
-Stop for school buses with lights activated and stop sign extended
-Stop for crossing guards holding up stop signs
-Never pass a vehicle that is stopped for pedestrians
-Slow down when traveling through school zones
-Avoid cell phone use in school zones

Good luck to everyone this semester!

As we close out another year, many of you may choose to celebrate tonight. If you plan on drinking plan ahead. Have a de...
12/31/2021

As we close out another year, many of you may choose to celebrate tonight. If you plan on drinking plan ahead. Have a designated driver or use a car service. Finish 2021 safe and responsible.

Happy New Year from the men and women of the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department!!!

As we close out another year, many of you may choose to celebrate tonight. If you plan on drinking plan ahead. Have a designated driver or use a car service. Finish 2021 safe and responsible.

Happy New Year from the men and women of the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department!!!

Merry Christmas!
12/25/2021

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

With 688 total votes, we have a winner!! Officer Romero can say he now has the best beard in the business……or at least a...
12/20/2021

With 688 total votes, we have a winner!! Officer Romero can say he now has the best beard in the business……or at least at CFISD PD.

Thank you to everyone who voted.

12/20/2021

With one hour left to vote, we have a back and forth battle between Officer Mendez and Officer Romero.

As of 10:59 p.m.:

Officer Romero-634
Officer Mendez-628
Officer J. Canales-197

12/19/2021

Today is the final day for our beard contest. Voting ends at 11:59 pm. Going into the final day, here’s how the guys stand:

Officer Romero-484
Officer Mendez-447
Officer J. Canales-196

This morning, investigators with the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit, arrested tw...
12/16/2021

This morning, investigators with the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit, arrested two suspects wanted in connection with multiple catalytic converter thefts. The suspects, ages 24 and 22 who live in Northeast Harris County, were arrested and charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity. They are suspected in at least 10 catalytic converter thefts within the district and our community as well as near George Bush International Airport. The crime spree for these two began last Thursday and ended today with outstanding police work by our investigators.

#houstonnews

This morning, investigators with the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit, arrested two suspects wanted in connection with multiple catalytic converter thefts. The suspects, ages 24 and 22 who live in Northeast Harris County, were arrested and charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity. They are suspected in at least 10 catalytic converter thefts within the district and our community as well as near George Bush International Airport. The crime spree for these two began last Thursday and ended today with outstanding police work by our investigators.

#houstonnews

12/16/2021

Thursday beard voting begins with two of the contestants in a tie!!

Both Officer Mendez and Romero are at 296 votes each.

12/15/2021

Officer Romero takes the midweek lead in the beard contest!

Officer Mendez is a close second while Officer Canales still continues to compete.

Romero can smell the gold!!!!

12/14/2021

Day 2 of the "beard" finals has our three officers locked in a tight race. Let's get these guys votes up. They have spent a lot of time and effort in manicuring their beards for this contest. Voting ends Sunday.

Officer J. Canales-165
Officer Mendez-154
Officer Romero-149

This morning we recognized Officer Tina Grant, campus officer at Cy Ranch High School, with a life saving award. Earlier...
12/14/2021

This morning we recognized Officer Tina Grant, campus officer at Cy Ranch High School, with a life saving award. Earlier this semester, Officer Grant was approached by a student during lunch who was choking. Officer Grant performed the heimlich maneuver which dislodged the food from the students throat. We applaud Officer Grant's quick action and ability to recognize a student in distress.

Pictured L to R: Chief Mendez, CFISD School Board Member Scott Henry, and Officer Grant.

#cyranch

This morning we recognized Officer Tina Grant, campus officer at Cy Ranch High School, with a life saving award. Earlier this semester, Officer Grant was approached by a student during lunch who was choking. Officer Grant performed the heimlich maneuver which dislodged the food from the students throat. We applaud Officer Grant's quick action and ability to recognize a student in distress.

Pictured L to R: Chief Mendez, CFISD School Board Member Scott Henry, and Officer Grant.

#cyranch

Day 1 of the "finals" for our beard contest has the three finalists in a tight one.Officer J. Canales-115Officer Romero-...
12/13/2021

Day 1 of the "finals" for our beard contest has the three finalists in a tight one.

Officer J. Canales-115
Officer Romero-93
Officer Mendez-89

Day 1 of the "finals" for our beard contest has the three finalists in a tight one.

Officer J. Canales-115
Officer Romero-93
Officer Mendez-89

Want to make a difference in your community and in the life of a student? The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department is...
12/13/2021

Want to make a difference in your community and in the life of a student? The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department is looking for police officers to join our team. Starting pay with NO experience begins at $52,416. Experienced officers will receive pay based on their experience. We also offer additional pay for education, bi-lingual, intermediate, advanced, and master peace officer license.

To apply and for more information, follow the link below:
https://cfisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=5061

Want to make a difference in your community and in the life of a student? The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department is looking for police officers to join our team. Starting pay with NO experience begins at $52,416. Experienced officers will receive pay based on their experience. We also offer additional pay for education, bi-lingual, intermediate, advanced, and master peace officer license.

To apply and for more information, follow the link below:
https://cfisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=5061

It’s showdown time. Here are your top three vote getters from last week. Voting for the final round begins today through...
12/13/2021

It’s showdown time. Here are your top three vote getters from last week. Voting for the final round begins today through Sunday.

Arrest Made in Catalytic Converter Thefts:On November 19, 2021, officers were advised of catalytic converter thefts at b...
12/10/2021

Arrest Made in Catalytic Converter Thefts:

On November 19, 2021, officers were advised of catalytic converter thefts at both Cy Park High School and the Carlton Center. Detectives identified and charged the suspect who committed both of these offenses.

Arrest Made in Catalytic Converter Thefts:

On November 19, 2021, officers were advised of catalytic converter thefts at both Cy Park High School and the Carlton Center. Detectives identified and charged the suspect who committed both of these offenses.

Part of the curriculum for the Advanced SRO course is to conduct a visit at one of the local school campuses. Shout out ...
12/07/2021

Part of the curriculum for the Advanced SRO course is to conduct a visit at one of the local school campuses. Shout out to Cypress Woods High School Principal Gary Kinninger, Assistant Principal’s Meaghan Markette, Dwight Williams, Lisa Bergeron and all the Cy Woods staff for their hospitality. The out of town officers could not stop bragging about how beautiful the campus is, how polite the students and staff are, and how amazing the facility is.

212° Wildcats!!!

#cywoods

Part of the curriculum for the Advanced SRO course is to conduct a visit at one of the local school campuses. Shout out to Cypress Woods High School Principal Gary Kinninger, Assistant Principal’s Meaghan Markette, Dwight Williams, Lisa Bergeron and all the Cy Woods staff for their hospitality. The out of town officers could not stop bragging about how beautiful the campus is, how polite the students and staff are, and how amazing the facility is.

212° Wildcats!!!

#cywoods

We continue our partnership with NASRO in hosting the Advanced SRO course this week. Five of our officers are in attenda...
12/07/2021

We continue our partnership with NASRO in hosting the Advanced SRO course this week. Five of our officers are in attendance along with 15 SRO’s from across the state.

NASRO Instructor and Region 6 Director Seth Sullivan teaching the NASRO Advanced SRO Course in Cypress, Texas. This class was hosted by the Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department

Voting begins now for the best beard of CFISD PD. To vote, simply hit “like” on your favorite beard. Voting for the firs...
12/06/2021

Voting begins now for the best beard of CFISD PD. To vote, simply hit “like” on your favorite beard. Voting for the first round will run today through Dec. 12th. The top three vote getters will move on to the final round next week.

It’s showdown time, Cypress!Officers of CFISD PD want the bragging rights of having the best beard in the department. Wh...
12/03/2021

It’s showdown time, Cypress!

Officers of CFISD PD want the bragging rights of having the best beard in the department. Who will it be? Sgt. Poulton? Officer Romero? Maybe Officer Mendez or B. Brooks? Who knows but the choice is yours.

Photos will be posted and voting will begin Monday Dec. 6th. To vote, simply hit “like” on your favorite beard. Voting for the first round will run Dec. 6th through Dec. 12th. The top three vote getters will move on to a final round of voting starting Dec. 13th to decide who has the best beard in CFISD PD.

It’s showdown time, Cypress!

Officers of CFISD PD want the bragging rights of having the best beard in the department. Who will it be? Sgt. Poulton? Officer Romero? Maybe Officer Mendez or B. Brooks? Who knows but the choice is yours.

Photos will be posted and voting will begin Monday Dec. 6th. To vote, simply hit “like” on your favorite beard. Voting for the first round will run Dec. 6th through Dec. 12th. The top three vote getters will move on to a final round of voting starting Dec. 13th to decide who has the best beard in CFISD PD.

Schools may be closed but Astra is still working. She even found a friend.
11/23/2021

Schools may be closed but Astra is still working. She even found a friend.

Schools may be closed but Astra is still working. She even found a friend.

Honoring all the veterans on this day for their courage, hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. For that, we thank you an...
11/11/2021

Honoring all the veterans on this day for their courage, hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. For that, we thank you and appreciate you.

Honoring all the veterans on this day for their courage, hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. For that, we thank you and appreciate you.

🚨***UPDATE***🚨This afternoon the suspect in this pickup was ARRESTED by our Criminal Investigation’s Division. We want t...
11/08/2021

🚨***UPDATE***🚨

This afternoon the suspect in this pickup was ARRESTED by our Criminal Investigation’s Division. We want to thank the public for their commitment to keep our students and community safe by providing us tips that lead to his identity and subsequent arrest.

🚨Help needed!🚨Detective Palomo needs your help identifying an Indecent Exposure suspect. On Saturday October 30th at app...
11/04/2021

🚨Help needed!🚨

Detective Palomo needs your help identifying an Indecent Exposure suspect. On Saturday October 30th at approximately 8 a.m., officers were notified of an incident involving a male subject who exposed himself to the Salyards Middle School volleyball team. Female student athletes from Salyards Middle School were enroute to Truitt Middle School for a volleyball tournament. While the bus was eastbound on U.S. 290 near Brittmore Rd., a Hispanic male in a dark grey Toyota Tundra pickup exposed himself as he passed the driver's side of the bus. The suspect never attempted to pass the bus, prohibiting his license plate from being obtained.

The Toyota Tundra has no front license plate and there is damage to the right rear passenger side door and running board. The suspect is believed to be between the age of 30-40 years old.

If you have any information related to this case, please e-mail Detective Palomo at [email protected].

Calling all applicants in the Galveston area! The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department will be conducting police offi...
11/04/2021

Calling all applicants in the Galveston area! The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department will be conducting police officer testing at the San Luis Hotel Spa and Conference Center, 53rd and Seawall Blvd. in Galveston, on Dec. 2, 2021. Testing will begin at 8am and will take place in the Square-Rigger room located on the first floor of the hotel.

Interested applicants should already be a licensed police officer or currently enrolled in a police academy. To confirm your attendance, and receive more information about the test, email Sgt. Shane Wallace at [email protected]. Space is limited so confirm your spot asap!

Calling all applicants in the Galveston area! The Cypress Fairbanks ISD Police Department will be conducting police officer testing at the San Luis Hotel Spa and Conference Center, 53rd and Seawall Blvd. in Galveston, on Dec. 2, 2021. Testing will begin at 8am and will take place in the Square-Rigger room located on the first floor of the hotel.

Interested applicants should already be a licensed police officer or currently enrolled in a police academy. To confirm your attendance, and receive more information about the test, email Sgt. Shane Wallace at [email protected]. Space is limited so confirm your spot asap!

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Just a great thanks for having SGT Calhoun stop out and visit with my family and both of my grand daughters. They really enjoyed talking to him. They are still talking about meeting him. Be safe and stay healthy. Thank you again SGT Calhoun. We hope you and the other officers will enjoy the face masks.
Just wanted to give a BIG Thank you to our first responders & frontline workers. We appreciate you so much, risking your lives for us, as we shelter at home. #ThankYouEssentialWorkers #HailingHeros
Cy Ridge - Officer Brooks :)
Thanks Cy-fair police for getting all of us teachers out of Cy-park Highschool today. A ride that normally took 45 minutes only took 25!! #cyfairpolice
This happens every day at Cy-Park . Several calls have been made to try to stop this. It's dangerous and this is one of many ,I was just able to catch this on video. I will continue to video these violations and hopefully Cy-Fair ISD will do something about this for the safety of the students and before someone gets hurt. As stated before this has been reported several times.
Is bumbling idiot officer Carroll still on the force?