Since 1992, Montgomery County Pct. 1 has provided a safe working and educational environment for the students and staff of Willis Independent School District. The department extends its professional police and resource services to the visitors, residents and other law enforcement agencies that reside within the district boundaries.
The School Resource Officers that serve Willis ISD consist of one lieutenant, one sergeant and four uniformed deputies. These sworn officers pro-actively serve and protect all 15 Willis ISD campuses, centers, and administrative offices, spanning a jurisdiction of 158 square miles. In addition to these deputies, the Constable's office can provide up to thirty additional deputies should the need arise. All deputies have gone through the required law enforcement training academy which includes cultural diversity, racial profiling, sexual crimes & child abuse investigations, along with critical incident training.
Deputies are stationed on campuses throughout the district and also patrol school zones to enforce traffic laws. In addition, they conduct classes for elementary and secondary campuses to educate students on special topics, such as the dangers of alcohol and drugs, safety issues on school busses or walking home alone. They work to prevent underage smoking and drinking. Deputies strive to educate and guide students in making healthy, responsible choices.
The School Division of the Montgomery County Pct.1 Constable’s Office operates within carefully prescribed policy, ethical, statutory, and constitutional restrictions. The intent is to limit intrusion into the normal operations of the daily instructional programs and assist Willis ISD by enforcing federal, state, and local laws.
Pictured left to right: Deputy Bill Burnett, Sgt Jaquie De La Cruz, Lt. Leslee Zemlicka (formerly Cade), Tim Harkrider, Constable Cash, Cpt. Don Fullen, Jerry Durrenberger, Bob Barrett, Wayne McCaffrey.