Police and Security Department


The Goose Creek CISD Police Department will be recognized as a leader in campus public safety practices, committed to integrity, service and excellence, while supporting the diverse and dynamic campus community's pursuit of academic goals in an environment free of crime and the fear of crime by demonstrating resolve to develop a creative, forward-thinking, effective, and efficient workforce dedicated to raising our level of excellence to meet the challenges of tomorrow. 


The mission of the Goose Creek CISD Police Department is to effectively and efficiently provide for the protection of lives and property, preserve the public peace, and with the highest level of professionalism and ethical standards, provide the central and campus administration specialized services, strengthening their ability to prepare students for the changes and challenges of the future.

5 police officers in front of administration building
Police and Security Department Contacts
Police Department, located at Facilities Management Center, 3401 North Main
Police/Security Main Number
Police/Security Main Number
Antonio Alfaro
Chief of Police
Debbie Varner
Corporal John Gilliam
Police Department Corporal
Sergeant Davis Smith
Police Department Sergeant
Sgt. Sharon Jackson
Campus/Crossing Guards Operations
Patrol Operations
Lizeth Lopez Mendoza
Records Clerk
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District Police Officers
Elementary School
Elementary Rover
Junior School
Baytown JS
Cedar Bayou JS
Gentry JS
Highlands JS
Horace Mann JS
High School
Goose Creek Memorial HS
Goose Creek Memorial HS
Peter E. Hyland Center
POINT Alternative Center
Robert E. Lee HS
Robert E. Lee HS
Ross S. Sterling HS
Ross S. Sterling HS
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  • In 2013, the Goose Creek CISD Board of Trustees established the Police Department.


    Because cooperation and collaboration is important for effective law enforcement and emergency management, Goose Creek CISD Police Department and Office of Emergency Management collaborates and cooperates with seven law enforcement agencies and eight emergency service districts (fire and medical) that serve the citizens of Goose Creek CISD.
  • Peace officers employed by the District have the same authority, powers, privileges, and immunities as bestowed on all Texas peace officers while on or off duty.
  • Citizens feeling that they have a legitimate concern may make a formal complaint to the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District Police Department at any time. Information on the complaint process can be obtained from any member of this department. Additional information about this process may be obtained from Board Policy CKE (LOCAL), by telephoning 281-422-6461, or email Goose Creek CISD Police Department.


    Understanding the process


    Once an individual has filed a complaint, he/she should expect the following process to commence:


    The interview

    The investigation

    After the interview, the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District Police Department will investigate the alleged misconduct. Investigators will talk to witnesses and visit the site of the incident.


    All officers involved in or have knowledge of the incident will be interviewed.


    Witnesses whom the alleged victim has named will be contacted and interviewed, if they agree.


    The alleged victim will receive a letter regarding the progress of the investigation. Although it is impossible to estimate how long the investigation will take, the alleged victim will receive periodic reports on its status.


    A written report will then be prepared.


    The findings


    The results of your complaint are called "findings". The four possible findings include the following:


    Sustained - The complaint has been supported: The officer(s) involved acted improperly and may be disciplined.


    Unfounded - The investigation found no basis to the complaint filed.


    Exonerated - The police officer(s) involved acted properly and will not be disciplined; or


    Not provable - There was not enough evidence to prove the complaint true or false so no further action will be taken.



    The review process


    The Chief of Police reviews every complaint after the investigation is completed and a report is written.


    If the complaint includes excessive force or charges an officer with a crime, the appropriate county district attorney will also review the report. The Chief of Police will decide on finding after reviewing the complaint, and the alleged victim will be informed of the findings in writing.


  • Integrity First: 

    The Goose Creek CISD Police Department is built upon a foundation of ethical and professional conduct. We will be truthful and trustworthy at all times. We are committed to equal application of the law to offenders and members of the public as well as the equal application of rules and regulations to all members of the district. We are committed to the highest level of moral principles and ethics


    Service before Self: 

    We are dedicated to serving the community and meeting all challenges with the courage needed to accomplish our mission. We understand our role as enforcers, and temper our application of the law with compassion and empathy. We place the service provided to the community before our personal biases and needs.


    Excellence in All: 

    We believe that excellence is not a matter of ability, knowledge, or practice. It cannot be taught, imposed, or wished into existence. Excellence is a matter of the position we take that allows for performance that surpasses what was previously possible. In all things, we are committed to continuous improvement, best practices, creativity, and innovation that challenges old limits and maps new territory.

  • The Goose Creek CISD police jurisdiction includes all territory within the boundaries of the District (181 square miles) and all property, real and personal, outside the boundaries of the District that is owned, leased, or rented by the District or otherwise under the District's control.
  • All of Goose Creek CISD peace officers are licensed and certified by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education. There are four peace officer certifications, including Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Master. More than half of our personnel are Master Peace Officers.
  • 1. Are Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Officers real police?

    Yes. The Texas Code of Criminal Procedures Article 2.12 identifies peace officers including, Officers commissioned under Section 37.001 of the Texas Education Code (ISD Police). All Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Officers are peace officers licensed by the State of Texas and commissioned by Goose Creek Consolidated ISD. They have all powers, responsibilities, and immunities as do all other Texas peace officer.


    2. What authorizes the Board to employ police officers?

    The Texas Education Code, Section 37.001 authorizes the District’s Board of Trustees to employ security personnel and commission police officers. It is the Board’s responsibility to determine the jurisdiction of police officers employed by the District.


    3. Can Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Officers make arrests off campus?

    Yes. Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Officers can arrest offenders of the law both on and off campus.


    4. Can a Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Officer issue me a traffic ticket?

    Yes. Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Officers are authorized to issue traffic citations. We have traffic units that monitor speed in school zones using radar, on or off school property.


    5. What court do I go to if I get a ticket from a Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Officer?

    If you receive a ticket from a Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Officer, you will be required to appear in the appropriate Justice of the Peace Court as stated on the citation. 


    6. What happens if I don't pay my ticket?

    If you do not appear in court or pay your fine, a warrant for your arrest may be issued by the court.

    7. What role do district police officers play in school discipline?

    None. Police officers are not disciplinarians and should not be used as such. Their role is to investigate violations of law and ordinances in accordance with the authority and power specified in Board Policy. While police actions may result in the assignment of a disciplinary consequence, discipline is the responsibility of campus administrators.

    8. How do I report an incident to the Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Department?

    To report an incident occurring on school property or involving students, call the Goose Creek Consolidated ISD Police Dispatcher at 281-422-6461, 24 hours a day. Be prepared to give as much of the following information as possible:

    • What happened? 

    • Where did it happen? 

    • Did any injuries occur? 

    • Were any weapons involved? 

    • A description of the suspects. 

    • A description of any vehicles involved. 

    • Are the suspects still at the scene? 

    • Direction the suspects fled. 

    Stay on the line until the dispatcher ends the call. An Officer will be dispatched to the location immediately.

GCM Explorers Provide Security and Gain Experience
 Officer Auzenne, post advisor, gives Explorers (from left) Khe’Shawn Beauchamp, Sgt. Zavier Mayes, Lt. Emily Hansen, Vanesa Puente and Liliana Calderon information about the events they are working at Goose Creek Memorial High School that evening.


Photo by Susan Passmore


Officer Auzenne, post advisor, gives Explorers (from left) Khe’Shawn Beauchamp, Sgt. Zavier Mayes, Lt. Emily Hansen, Vanesa Puente and Liliana Calderon information about the events they are working at Goose Creek Memorial High School that evening.


GCM Explorers Provide Security and Gain Experience


By: Susan Passmore


At first glance, it might appear that Goose Creek Memorial High School has an abundance of police officers working games and other extracurricular events, but a second look confirms that most of them are students, clad in immaculate black uniforms or crisp shirts and khakis. These Explorers, members of the Practicum in Law Enforcement class, provide additional security to make sure everything runs smoothly.


Under the direction of Officer Michael Auzenne, post advisor, who teaches the class, 28 young women and men are gaining practical experience in a field that has piqued their interest.


“I’m a freshman, and I want to be on a SWAT Team someday. I heard that this class gives you police experience, and I want to get all the experience I can,” said Explorer Sgt. Zavier Mayes.


Explorer Lt. Emily Hansen, a junior, plans to be an arson investigator.


“I will become a volunteer firefighter when I’m in college to get experience before I become an arson investigator. This class gives you hands-on experience in law enforcement, especially if you want to be a police officer. It helps you figure out if law enforcement is for you,” Hansen said.


According to Auzenne, who spent 13 years with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, this is a nationwide program. Explorers were originally run by the Boy Scouts of America. Auzenne and the Explorers fall under the Goose Creek CISD Police Department’s area of supervision, and they have developed a partnership.


“The number of Explorers at GCM has increased, so we plan to be more involved with conducting trainings with them. Our goal is to get them to a level where they can go to competitions,” said Sgt. Antonio Alfaro of the GCCISD Police Department. “We also hope to be able to offer the program at Lee and Sterling.”


Explorers can compete in state and national competitions in categories such as Traffic Stops, Domestic Violence Calls, Crime Scene Investigation, Individual Fitness (including obstacle courses) and Bike Patrol.


“These are things you learn in a police academy,” Auzenne said. “Explorers will be able to go to a competition when they learn what they need to compete.”


GCM Principal Susan Jackson feels that the Explorer program has built morale and school spirit as well as changed the culture of the campus.


“When students respect other students, it’s a whole different level of respect. The Explorers are wearing their uniforms and saying, ‘This is our campus and we respect it. This is what we expect, and we won’t put up with drugs, alcohol or breaking rules,’ and other students respect them for speaking up for their school,” Jackson said.


The Practicum in Law Enforcement is in the Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security Career Cluster. Students within this pathway will earn a Public Services Endorsement.


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