The department’s boundries extend from the west side of Inspiration Rd. West to the Hidalgo/Starr County line. From the Rio Grande River north to the fourteen mile line this encompasses more than 226 square miles.
E-Mail Forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Depart.||956.383.8114|
|La Joya PD||956.585.4855|
|Texas Department of Family and Protective Services||1.800.252.5400|
|Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC)||956.687.5141|
To provide students with the opportunity to report crimes in their campuses, anonymously by phone.
Established August 28, 2002, its mission is to fight against crime on school campuses, and protect our future. To place a tip call our tip line 956.580.5425
About the Program
The program consists of eight adult board members, three student board members representing each high school, and two coordinators who over see the program. Regular meetings are held at least twice a month, with special meetings hels as needed. All information is held in strict confidentiality.
Office of The Governor Texas Crime Stoppers Advisory Council Productivity Award 2004-2005 Greatest Dollar Recovery held at the 11th Annual Texas Crime Stoppers Conference in Austin, TX October 18, 2005
About the Program
The La Joya I.S.D Police Department’s Explorer Post 1210 participated in this year’s National Night Out, which was sponsored by the City of Peñitas Police Department. The explorer’s handed out La Joya I.S.D. Campus Crime Stoppers flyers; in addition they also spoke with students and parents from within the district about the program explaining the benefits of getting involved in school activities. In addition to Peñitas Police Dept. the La Joya Fire Dept., Mission Police Dept., and the Hidalgo County Sherriff’s Office were in attendance. The Salvation Army provided free drinks and hot dogs for everyone in attendance.
Honor Guard Mission Statement
The Eddie Eagle is a program that teaches a simple important message to our students. If they see a gun they should stop, don’t touch, leave the area, and tell an adult.
This is done through workbooks, a short DVD presentation, and our Eddie Eagle mascot. This program can be presented at any elementary in our district. Any campus wishing to have us present can contact us at 956.580.6069.
The First Offender Program was founded upon an idea that we, as a community, can better serve our troubled youth through education, guidance, and information. This 6 week program offers at-risk individuals an opportunity to experience a unique educational environment which will positively impact them and their families for the rest of their lives.
Chief of Police
7209 Ann Richards Rd
Mission Texas 78572