LISD swears in new officers

The Laredo Independent School District Police Department held a swearing in ceremony for the district’s newest police officers and ranking officers during a ceremony held at the Vidal M. Trevino School of Communications and Fine Arts Auditorium. Two new officers, two sergeants, and two lieutenants took their oath and received their badges. 

LISD Police Chief Doreen Hale administered the Oath to the officers while each were pinned by family members.

“I would like to congratulate all new officers and ranking officers and welcome them on board in their new positions,” said Doreen Hale, LISD Police Chief.  “Thank you to the LISD Board of Trustees and Dr. Rios for their continued support of the LISD Police Department.” 

The newest members of the LISD police department include officers Barbara Goodman, and Jorge Garza, Sergeants Guillermo Gaytan and Araceli Martinez, and Lieutenants Ernesto Camarillo and Albert Juarez.

 The new police officers were welcomed by LISD Board Secretary Monica Garcia and LISD Superintendent Dr. Sylvia Rios.

The LISD Police Department currently has 39 officers and 70 security guards.