Judson ISD

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Judson ISD P.D. Volunteers at Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner

The Judson ISD Police Department was represented at the annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner.  Police Chief Teresa Gonzales, S.A. Police Chief Bill McManus and S.A. Fire Chief Charles Hood were special guests for the VIP ceremony, welcoming all San Antonio citizens to enjoy the feast.  Then, they all helped serve food and drinks to the community.  As you may already know, the Judson ISD P.D. organized a Yam Donation Drive throughout the district and raised more than 2,000 cans that were donated to the Jimenez Dinner.

Transportation Prepares for School Year

The Judson ISD Transportation Department is getting ready for the 2011-2012 school year. As part of their training, Chief Gonzales spoke to the group at Metzger Middle School.

Judson ISD Police Chief Takes Over as Region Director

Judson ISD Police Chief Teresa Gonzales has been appointed as the Region 1 Director for the Texas School District Police Chief Association.  As Director, Chief Gonzales will oversee 24 school districts from as far north as Waco, to as far South as Eagle Pass.  She'll assist them with policies and procedures and also keep them informed of any legislative changes.  The Region 1 Vice President said he selected Chief Gonzales because of her enthusiasm and new ideas for the association.  Another area school district police officer agreed and said he was in favor of the move because good things are happening at Judson ISD.  Congratulations Chief Gonzales!


ISD Law Enforcement Meeting

Judson ISD Police Department hosted the ISD's Police Chief's meeting.  Several police departments were represented from districts around the city and surrounding areas.  These meetings are held quarterly to discuss issues impacting school district police forces. 

 

Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

Judson ISD Police Officer, Teresa Salas is doing her part for Special Olympics.  She participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run.  Agencies across the San Antonio area raised $40,000.