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Congratulations Summit Jaguars!
Halftime- GO JAGS 🏈
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Officer St. Clair and Officer Beasley are starting 2021 off right with some Jaguar Football!
Summit v Red Oak in round four of the playoffs.
GO JAGS 🏈
Happy New Year from the Mansfield ISD Police Department! We wish you all the love, happiness, success, health, and anything else your heart desires!
Officer Spotlight: Officer Paschall has worked for the department since 2014 and has been a Police Officer since January 2019. Officer Paschall is currently assigned to evening shift patrol.
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We hope your day is filled with peace, love, and joy!
The Mansfield ISD Police Department would like to wish you all a Happy Holiday Season. Stay Safe!
Officer Spotlight: Officer Arneel has worked for the department since 2008 and has been a Police Officer since January 2019. Officer Arneel is currently assigned to Asa Low Intermediate School.
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MISD staff and students enjoy your well-deserved break. See you all in 2021! Stay safe and enjoy your Holiday Season.
Now taking applications for Police Officer Positions!
If you are interested in applying with the Mansfield ISD Police Department, please visit the following link for further information about the position and for access to the documents you will need to apply.
Please contact Sgt. Fowler at 817-299-6007 with additional questions.
UPDATE: Vehicle and Suspects Identified!
This vehicle was utilized in an aggravated robbery on 12/12/2020 at 1100 hrs at DP Morris Elementary School, 7900 Tin Cup Dr., Arlington 76001. The suspect met with the victim to sell him three PS5’s and one Xbox. When the victim got out of the car, the suspect pulled the slide back on a pistol, pointed it at the victim, and demanded the money.
We are asking for any information leading to the identification of the vehicle or robbery suspect. If you have any information regarding this offense, please contact Detective West at [email protected] or (817) 299-6013.
We love getting messages about the great job our officers are doing. We received a message from a parent stating "my son Jordan is in the Isle classroom at Cabaniss and has grown a special bond with Officer Pollock. Jordan has a special interest in police officers so he always wants to know and learn everything about police. I’m guessing Jordan let Officer Pollock know that he was asking for an officer vest for Christmas. Today he made Jordan so happy by getting him his Christmas wish!"
Officer Spotlight: Officer Johnson has worked for the department for 2 years, and he is currently assigned to Della Icenhower Intermediate School.
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MISD has the Best Crossing Guards!
Every day Officer Kerr drives past the intersection of Debbie and Walnut Creek and smiles when he sees Reggie, the crossing guard. Reggie is known to break out some dance moves or has a pep in his stride as he assists the kiddos cross the street. Reggie said, “the best thing about my job is that I have 40 seconds to make a kids day.” Thank you Reggie for the passion you have for your job. #KeepingOurKidsSafe #MPDShoutout
Officer Spotlight: Officer Tyner has worked for the department for 2 years, and he is currently assigned to Dr. Sarah K. Jandrucko Academy for Early Learners.
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Hometown Holidays kicks-off tomorrow! Santa will be in town at The LOT Downtown this Friday (Dec 4), Saturday (Dec 5) and next Friday (Dec 11). You must sign up ahead of time for an available time slot. Also, if you are interested in sledding, our ice hill will be at the Mansfield Activities Center Friday, December 4, from 5-9 pm. There is a small fee of $5 per rider for 15 minutes of sledding and 15 minutes of games. Preregistration is also required for the snow hill to allow for social distancing and capacity limits.
We have a lot of other holiday activities going on until Christmas. Please click on the link for more information, https://www.mansfieldtexas.gov/789/Hometown-Holidays
Mansfield ISD Community, you've done it again! In a year that's been especially challenging, you all donated 𝐧𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 𝟏𝟏,𝟎𝟎𝟎 𝐭𝐨𝐲𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 $𝟏𝟒,𝟎𝟎𝟎 to help kids in need this holiday season. Thanks for making the MISD Toys for Tots event possible!
Full story: https://www.mansfieldisd.org/news-events/newsroom/news-content/~board/district-news/post/misd-community-donates-nearly-11000-toys-and-14k-to-help-children
Thank you to everyone that came out for the 2020 Toys for Tots. Happy Holidays!
Please do not forget to stop by the Mansfield ISD Center for the Performing Arts tonight and drop off a new, unwrapped toy for the drive-thru Toys for Tots event. We want this to be the best year yet. See you all soon!
Are you ready for the annual MISD Toys for Tots FREE community event? It's something the whole family can enjoy... all for a good cause! Details: https://www.mansfieldisd.org/news-events/newsroom/news-content/~board/district-news/post/misd-to-host-toys-for-tots-event-on-dec-2.
Officer Spotlight: Officer Jackson has worked for the department for 2 years, and he is currently assigned to JL Boren Elementary.
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The MISD PD Family wishes you all a Happy Thanksgiving!
Congratulations from The Mansfield ISD Police Dept.!
Please join us in welcoming our newly appointed Police Chief.
City Manager Trey Yelverton has appointed Col. Al Jones, a 25-year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department, as the City of Arlington’s new police chief.
Jones, who currently serves as the chief of Baltimore County Police Department’s Community Relations Bureau, was selected through a robust, community-based process that began in June. Seventy-four law enforcement leaders from across the nation applied to lead Arlington’s nearly 900-member police force. Yelverton said Jones was an ideal choice because of his years of experience in implementing strong, community-based policing principles, his understanding of the future of policing, and his capability to lead our officers and community of nearly 400,000 residents in that direction.
“We have a great police department, and we have identified a leader who can continue ensuring excellent service to our residents and move our city positively forward,” Yelverton said. “In the true spirit of community policing, I know that our whole community will come together and support Chief Jones and our police department in keeping our community safe."
Jones began his law enforcement career in 1995 as a Baltimore County police officer and steadily rose through the ranks of the 18th largest law enforcement agency in the nation. Since 2018, Jones has overseen management of the Community Relations Bureau, focused on building trust within communities throughout the county while diversifying the agency to better mirror the communities it serves. Baltimore County is a metropolitan area with approximately 835,000 residents outside of the City of Baltimore. Baltimore County, CALEA accredited since 1985, has long been recognized as a progressive agency in the development of community-based policing.
Jones said he is greatly looking forward to getting to know residents and officers personally, adding that he appreciates the community’s participation in the robust selection process. In addition to taking a data-driven approach to respond to and find efficient, effective solutions for the city’s needs, Jones said he believes building relationships between police officers and neighborhoods, businesses and other stakeholders is critical to creating a place where people want to live, work, learn and play.
“Officers can’t be everywhere, which is why it is vitally important for the community to be engaged and help serve as our eyes and ears. Neighborhood involvement with the police department creates not only a safer community, but a stronger community,” Jones said.
Arlington will host a public event to welcome Jones when he begins as the new police chief on Jan. 11, 2021. Details will be announced at a later date. Assistant Police Chief Kevin Kolbye will continue to serve as the department’s interim police chief until then.
Yelverton thanked the community, city employees and other stakeholders for participating in the selection process and providing valuable input and perspective on the city’s needs related to police leadership. He also thanked The Bowman Group, a local Arlington consulting firm with a specialty in police and public practices who helped recruit and vet the applicants.
In September, Jones and eight other police chief candidates had the opportunity to engage in face-to-face interviews with a wide range of panelists that brought diverse perspectives and experiences. The series of panel interviews included two community panels, a regional police chief panel, an internal police employee panel, and a city executive panel. Then last month, Jones and four other finalists completed another round of internal interviews and participated in a forum where members of the community were able to ask questions to the candidates directly.
Jones recently participated in executive leadership training from groups such as the Major Cities Chiefs Association Executive Leadership Institute and the FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association, which allowed him to engage with chiefs across the nation to discuss significant issues affecting policing in America as well as implementation of the 21st Century Policing Report. Jones has been recognized by groups such as the Baltimore Country Branch of NAACP and the Islamic Society of Baltimore for exemplary service, leadership abilities and for being an advocate for equal rights. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Hartford and a master’s degree in criminal justice from Ashworth College.
Officer Spotlight: Officer Ladd has worked for the department for 2 years, and he is currently assigned to Mansfield High School.
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We hope everyone who came out tonight enjoyed the Tree Lighting Ceremony!
Mansfield ISD Center for the Performing Arts
We had an amazing time at the annual MISD Tree Lighting Ceremony! Take a look at what our audience had the chance to experience from the comfort of their vehicles while enjoying some sweet treats.
Officer Spotlight: Corporal Trahan has worked for the department for two years, and he is currently assigned to Dr.Sarah K. Jandrucko Academy for Early Learners.
Time for some holiday cheer! This year, Toys for Tots will be a drive-thru event on Dec. 2 in which guests can drop off a toy, view all the holiday lights and get a drive-in movie theater experience that features student performances!
Find out more about the FREE Holiday Cheertacular: https://www.mansfieldisd.org/news-events/newsroom/news-content/~board/district-news/post/misd-to-host-toys-for-tots-event-on-dec-2.
In our prayers...
Please keep Lieutenant Jacqueline Smith of the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office in thoughts and prayers.
At 5:36 a.m. on November 10, 2020 a Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant was struck by a vehicle near 3001 South Freeway (northbound) near Berry St. in Fort Worth. She was on her way to work at the time of the incident. She and a second driver were stopped, parked and standing outside their vehicles, possibly due to a crash. A third vehicle struck one of the parked vehicles causing it to strike both, pinning them between the wreckage and the retaining wall. The lieutenant was transported to the hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries. She underwent surgery and remains in the hospital at this time. She has a very long road to recovery.
The crash is being investigated by Fort Worth Police Department. The condition of the second victim is unknown, but injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
Happy Veterans Day! Thank you to all who have served and those who continue to serve.
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The latest edition of Mansfield ISD's magazine is now available! Read all about the significance of the #WeAreMISDStrong theme, our new schools of choice that will launch in fall 2021, the district's focus on equity, and much more: https://joom.ag/yYGC.
Officer Spotlight: Officer Matthew has worked for the department for 2 years, and he is currently assigned to Charlotte Anderson.
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