A Message from Chief Rider

Welcome back Fort Bend ISD students, staff and families! As we begin the 2022-23 school year, I want to provide our community with a few tips and reminders so you are prepared for a safe return to school. I hope you find this information helpful. 

It's been a busy summer for our team and we are eager and excited to have our students, staff and visitors back on campus. 

On behalf of the FBISD Police Department, thank you for your support and partnership and I wish each of you a safe and successful school year. 

See Something, Share Something

The See Something, Share Something mobile app provides students, staff and the community the ability to submit crime tips and suspicious activity anonymously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from a mobile device. The District’s first-ever mobile app empowers students, staff, and parents to play an active role in identifying and reporting suspicious activity and bullying.

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What is Standard Response Protocol (SRP)?

The Standard Response Protocol (SRP) is based on the response to any given situation that requires an emergency response from an FBISD campus or district facility. SRP uses specific and intentional vocabulary. The premise is simple - these five specific actions can be performed during an incident. When communicating these, the action is labeled with a "Term of Art" and is then followed by a "Directive." All FBISD schools use the SRP and perform regularly scheduled drills with students and staff. 

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School Bus Safety Reminders

Severe Weather Information

Please review the District's severe weather procedures and verify that your contact information in Blackboard Connect is correct to receive emergency notifications. 

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Bicycle Safety Tips and Information

We encourage you to speak with your child about the importance of staying safe on their route to and from school. Simple reminders are often the most effective and these tips are applicable at any time of day. Please remind your child of the following: 


  • Wear a helmet when riding a bicycle  
  • Add a light or reflector on bicycles 
  • Cyclists must obey motor vehicle laws including yielding to pedestrians, stopping for stop signs, signaling turns and traveling with the flow of traffic 
  • Stop and look both ways before crossing an intersection 
  • Always walk a bicycle across an intersection  
  • Stay on the sidewalk rather than riding or walking in a public street whenever possible 
  • Cross at a crosswalk or intersection as opposed to mid-block 
  • Always look for moving vehicles 

School Resource Officer Spotlight

Officer Darold Bailey 

Campus: Willowridge High School

Officer Bailey is entering his third year as a School Resource Officer in FBISD. With four years of experience in law enforcement, Officer Bailey is a valuable member of the Police Department and is influential in the lives of the students at Willowridge. When asked why he enjoys being an SRO, Officer Bailey replied by saying, "I am thankful for the opportunity to positively impact students' lives. Positive redirection and unconditional love truly make all the difference." 

Upcoming Events  

  • September 19: National Crime Analyst Appreciation Day
  • October 28: National First Responders Day
  • October 29: DEA Takeback Day
  • January 9: National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
  • April 9 -15: National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
  • May 14 -20: National Police Week 

Our Mission

To provide a safe environment in and around our schools and district facilities while serving as educators and building positive relationships with our students, staff, and families. 

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