The School Resource Officer program is a partnership between the Frisco Police Department and the Frisco Independent School District (FISD). School Resource Officers (SROs) are full-time Frisco police officers assigned to all middle and high school in the FISD. In addition, those officers assigned to middle schools are also tasked with maintaining positive relations with the district's elementary schools.
The primary purpose of the SRO program is the reduction and prevention of crimes committed by juveniles and young adults, and the SROs serve three fundamental functions in their role:
1. Law Enforcement Officer
Additional goals of the program include: establishing a rapport with students, parents, faculty, staff, and administrators; creating and expanding programs with vision and creativity to increase student participation; present a positive image for students; and provide safety for students and others within the school district.
School Resource Programs
The Frisco Police Department’s School Resource Officers are involved in a variety of programs that reach out to all grade levels. Programs include:
- It's Party Time
- Junior Police Academy
- Juvenile Impact Program (JIP)
- Shattered Dreams
- Teen Academy
For additional information about any of these programs, or to inquire about other programs not listed here, please email SROSupervisor@FriscoTexas.gov.