January 17, 2017
New Caney ISD Police Department welcomes a new member to the department Scot McLeod - Integrated Security Coordinator.
Two New Caney ISD Police Officers have achieved Proficiency Certifications. Officer D. Soto II has acquired the Advanced Proficiency Certification. Officer A. Ferretis has acquired the Intermediate Proficiency Certification.Great Job and Congratulations on this achievement
August 10, 2016
New Caney ISD Police Officers attended CPR training at the
East Montgomery County Fire Station 151 as they prepare for the upcoming school
year 2016-2017. For more information on how you can save a life by learning CPR
visit website http://www.mcesd7.org.
July 5, 2016
The New Caney ISD Police Department welcomes our newest Officer Kevin Potter. With the addition of Officer K. Potter our department now has 12 state certified Police Officers protecting the district. Officer Kevin Potter will be the new handler for K9 Izzy. K9 Izzy is a (Two Year Old German Malinois). The (2016-2017 school year) will be an exciting year for the K9 Unit.
February 26, 2016
The New Caney ISD Police Department awarded Officer A. Ferretis a letter of commendation for his initiative and quick response assisting local law enforcement officers with the apprehension of a burglary suspect. “Officer Ferretis concern for the safety and well being of students and staff at New Caney ISD showed initiative and the highly trained professional he is,” said Troy Wootton, NCISD Chief of Police. “He is an asset to New Caney ISD and I am proud to have him as an officer for the New Caney ISD Police Department. ”Officer Ferretis’ actions helped make the community a safer place. His work positively effects New Caney ISD and the community. Thank you for the work you do for our district, schools and community.
February 22, 2016
Law Enforcement Officers Honored during Annual EMCID Banquet
Law Enforcement officers honored during annual EMCID banquet Dozens of area law enforcement officers were treated to “dinner by flashlight” for the annual East Montgomery Improvement District’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner. K-9 Officer Daniel Soto II volunteered to take over the K-9 position and is positive, self-motivated and enthusiastic about his job. He also volunteered to take over the Eddie Eagle Gun Safety program and has created a positive relationship with the New Caney I.S.D. Elementary Schools where the program is taught. Chief Wootton has received numerous compliments and accolades about Officer Daniel Soto II and is proud to have him as a role model for the students and an asset to the community and the New Caney I.S.D. Police Department.
December 4, 2015
The New Caney ISD Police Department welcomes our newest Officer Jason Potter. Officer J. Potter will be assigned to Night Shift Patrol. With the addition of Officer J. Potter our department now has 12 state certified Police Officers protecting the district.
September 4, 2015
Local Police Agencies in East Montgomery County District 3
join together to support and mourn the passing of Deputy Darren H. Goforth.
Police Agencies Present: Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, New Caney ISD Police Department, Montgomery County
Precinct 4 Constables Office, Patton Village
Police Department, Texas Department of Public Safety and Roman Forest Police
The New Caney ISD Police Department is proud to present our
new K9 Izzy. K9 Izzy is a (One Year Old German Malinois). The
main objective of the K9 Unit is to deter students, staff and visitors from
bringing contraband onto any New Caney ISD property. The K9 Unit will make
random, unscheduled and sometimes unannounced visits to all New Caney ISD
campuses and buildings. K9 Unit will inspect schools, parking lots, cars,
lockers, classrooms and common areas. The (2015-2016 school year) will be an exciting
year for the K9 Team. Officer D. Soto will be the K9 handler and is looking forward
to a productive school year.
May 11, 2015
The New Caney ISD Police Department welcomes our newest Officer Thurman Moore. Officer T. Moore will be assigned to Woodridge Forest Middle School. With the addition of Officer T. Moore our department now has 11 certified Police Officers.
May 4, 2015
The New Caney ISD Police Department is proud to announce the
promotion of Officer Jason Graham to Sergeant effective May 4, 2015. Sergeant Jason
Graham has been employed by the New Caney ISD Police Department since 2012.
Prior to working for the New Caney ISD Police Department he worked for the
University of Texas Police Department at Houston as a Police Officer for eight
years. Sergeant Jason Graham also has a background in Corporate Security Investigations and Loss Prevention Management.
Sergeant Jason Graham has been a valuable member of the New
Caney ISD Police Department since he was hired. He has been a leader in the
Sergeant Jason Graham will supervise a strong team of Police Officers.
September 2, 2014
Officer Eddie Gampher directs morning traffic in front of Porter High School as the 2014-2015 school year begins.
July 01, 2014
With the opening of our two new middle schools, the New Caney I.S.D. Police Department continues to grow also by adding two more officers to the department. We are proud to welcome our newest Officers Gloria Jimenez and Daniel Soto II. With the addition of these officers, our department now has 9 state certified Police Officers keeping the district safe.
May 15, 2014
In 1962, President John F.Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officer Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls as National Police Week. National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.
In honor of National Police Week, New Caney High School showed its appreciation for the New Caney I.S.D. Police Department employees by presenting them with gift bags and a catered lunch.
Chief Troy Wootton, of the New Caney I.S.D. Police Department, recently graduated from the Leadership Command College of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.
The program, taught by a consortium of universities throughout Texas, provides law enforcement administrators and executives with the skills necessary to effectively manage police agencies and deliver a high level of service to their communities. One module, taught at the Center for Executive Development at Texas A&M University, focused on leadership while another, taught at Texas Woman’s University, focused on the political, legal and social environment of law enforcement. The program concluded in February 2014 with training in law enforcement administration at Sam Houston State University.
Congratulations Chief T. Wootton!
Members of the New Caney I.S.D. Police Department joined officers from other local law enforcement agencies for Active Shooter training in Splendora. Our officers attending were Officer Gampher, Officer Graham and Officer Ferretis. For additional information on the training session view the below site.