Georgetown Police Department

Take a Police Officer to School

The Take a Police Officer to School Program is a program that was designed to foster positive interactions between Georgetown Police Officers and our local youth. Local community groups that meet certain criteria are allowed to use the Take a Police to School Program as a fundraising tool in the form of raffles, silent auctions, or other approved means.  A “winning” child will have a uniformed officer pick them up at their residence in a police car, take the child to school, and speak to the child’s class. The program can also be utilized for children who might benefit from a positive one-on-one interaction with a police officer.

For more information, please e-mail your school’s resource officer:

Annie Purl Elementary and East View High School –

Officer Ramjit at


McCoy Elementary and Georgetown High School –

Officer Saenz at


Cooper Elementary, Village Elementary and Forbes Middle School –

Officer Hall at


Wolf Ranch Elementary, Carver Elementary and Tippit Middle School –

Officer Rodriguez at


Mitchell Elementary, Williams Elementary and Wagner Middle School –

Officer Jones at


Frost Elementary, Ford Elementary and Benold Middle School –

Officer Ellis at


Charter Schools and Private Schools residing within the Georgetown City limits, please contact the Georgetown Police Department Community Engagement Division:  Lt. Robey at

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