• Safety and Security

    Safe and civil schools are a priority in the Dallas Independent School District.

    Dallas ISD Police and Security Services Department
    (https://www.dallasisd.org/pd/)

    The Board of Trustees in March 2003 approved the creation of an in-house police force to improve student and staff safety. The Dallas ISD Police and Security Services Department handles all district law enforcement duties.

    For more information, call (214) 932-5600.

    Other ongoing measures

    The district already has in place several programs to ensure schools are safe. These include:

    Campus Crime Stoppers
    Campus Crime Stoppers is modeled after the national program that provides monetary rewards for anonymous tips about crimes that have been committed. The Dallas Independent School Districts student Campus Crime Stoppers program is in operation at several secondary schools. The Crime Stoppers program is part of the districts commitment to ensure that schools are safe for students and staff.

    Students who call the Crime Stoppers hotline to report crimes on their campus and identify the person or persons who committed them will receive a cash reward from the Greater Dallas Crime Commission. To protect reporting students from reprisal, they are given a special code number and their identity is never revealed.

    The Campus Crime Stoppers hotline is (214) 932-5622.

    Metal detectors
    Cameras
    I.D. Badges for employees, students, and visitors while on district property.
    An expanded Dallas ISD Police and Security Services Department.
    Safe Schools Hotline: (214) 932-5622
    Youth Action Centers
    Disaster Preparedness
    Substance Abuse