School Resource Officers

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The School Resource Officer (SRO) program is a partnership between the Carrollton Police Department and the Carrollton-Farmers Branch (CFBISD) and Lewisville Independent School Districts (LISD). SROs are full-time Carrollton Police Officers assigned to schools within CFBISD and LISD.


Officer High School  Middle School Elementary School


Sgt. Joe Nault-Supervisor
(972) 466-4786

Officer Shana Janecek
(972) 968-3500
  • Rosemeade
  • Davis
  • Rainwater
  • Kent
Officer Cole Langston
(469) 713-5971
  Arbor Creek
  • Indian Creek
  • Homestead
Officer Jason Box
(972) 968-4400
  • Central
  • Carrollton
  • Country Place
  • Good
  • McCoy
Officer Kevin Stiles
(469) 713-5996


Hebron 9th Grade




Officer Danny Holguin
(972) 968-5400

Turner   Mary Grimes  
Officer Uzzah Palmer 
(972) 968-5900
Bea Salazar Polk
  • Blanton
  • Thompson
  • Furneaux


Officer Jonas Robinson
(972) 968-5200 

Officer Scott Young
(469) 713-5184 
  Creek Valley
  • Hebron Valley
  • Polser
  • Coyote Ridge


Officer Marco Domingo
(972) 968-4800



Officer Gabe Martinez 
(469) 713-5183



The primary objective of the SRO program is the reduction and prevention of crimes committed by juveniles and young adults. The goals of the program are:

1. Serve as a liaison officer to schools within the city boundaries. 
2. Act as a resource with respect to delinquency prevention. 
3. Provide guidance on ethical issues in a classroom setting. 
4. Provide individual counseling and or/mentoring to students 
5. Explain the law enforcement role in society. 
6. Establish a rapport with students. 
7. Establish a rapport with parents, faculty, staff, administrators, and other adults. 
8. Promote a safe learning environment. 
9. Enhance safety in and around schools. 
10. Present a positive role model for students and adults. 
11. Investigate all criminal activities that occur on school campuses. 

A Brief History: 

The Carrollton Police Department’s School Resource Officer (SRO) program began in 1975 with the placement of an officer in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District. In 1976, Carrollton PD and CFBISD entered into their first inter-local agreement. By 1979, the SRO program was expanded to two officers. Over the years, CPD has continued to expand the SRO program to a total of ten officers currently assigned to CFBISD and LISD schools to help meet the needs of the increasing student population in Carrollton.