HITCHCOCK ISD IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF P3 campus, A SCHOOL SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE FOR OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY TO ANONYMOUSLY REPORT ANY SAFETY OR MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS.
P3 Campus is a new efficient way for students, staff, and community members to report information to help prevent tragedy and bring mental health needs to light. This is done through a secure and anonymous tip reporting designed specifically for the needs, behaviors, and attitudes of students. P3 campus allows Hitchcock ISD to build a relationship between schools, law enforcement, mental health professionals, parents, and students themselves while keeping them all safe and informed.
Tips and be sent to P3Campus.com on your desktop computer or through the P3 Campus mobile app.
We would like to thank Galveston County Crime Stoppers who will be offering cash rewards for valid information on guns, knives, or any other type of weapons brought on campus as well as drugs, arson, terroristic threats, gang activity, or suicidal behavior, if the tip leads to the prevention of self-harm, an arrest, or charging of a suspect.
Remember tipping isn’t snitching……
Tipsters are keeping their school and friends safe…..
Plus……… Tipsters get PAID!!!
Hitchcock ISD would like to Congratulate our police officers on all of their hard work and accomplishments over the summer.
*Chief Filidei graduated with 59th class of the New Chief Development Program from LEMIT.
*Officer Villarreal graduated from the Executive Leadership Institute course and successfully completed the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy.
*Officer Wilson completed the Basic School Resource Officer class through NASRO.
In addition both Officer Villarreal and Wilson completed the patrol rifle class as well as ALERRT.
With the help of Hitchcock ISD PD we have installed additional safety equipment, speed bumps at all campuses, and worked with TxDOT to add additional signage along FM 2004 school zones, reduce speeds (currently being changed), and will be relocating flashers.
On Tuesday August 6, 2019 the Houston Food Bank hosted the Teacher’s Aide distribution in the parking lot of Hitchcock High School, staff members of Hitchcock ISD received classroom supplies at no cost. A special Thank you to the Houston Food Bank staff members Angela, Coco, Belkis Mike and Hitchcock ISD Police Department’s Chief Filidei for the hard work making the distribution a success.
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