MISD PD recognizes district MVP, prepares for National Police Week

MISD police officers have been busy! There are many events going on now and through the end of the school year. MISD police officers are only a phone call away. Now comes the CELEBRATION!!! Officer Romeo Loera was chosen for the MVP of Montgomery Award. Officer Loera has been a valuable member of the Montgomery ISD Police Department since 2019. Prior to joining the MISDPD, Officer Loera was an officer for Humble ISD for nine years. Officer Loera became a police officer in 2001. We celebrate Officer Loera and his commitment to serve and protect our schools and community. A week long opportunity to celebrate Officer Loera and all the police officers that keep us safe is coming up! National Police Week is May 9-14!




There has been several changes recently in the police department. One BIG change is the relocation of the department. The police department has moved from Montgomery High School and is now located in the Educational Support Center. There will be an opportunity for MISD employees to visit during an Open House in May. The date will be announced soon. The department welcomes Stephen Countz! Officer Countz was recently sworn in by Chief Phillips. Officer Countz brings over 22 years of police officer experience to the MISD Police Department. The police officers send a big “THANK YOU” to the Montgomery High School National Honor Society. Natalie Davis stopped by with goodies for all the officers in a show of appreciation for all that our police officers do. National Police Week 2021 starts Sunday, May 9th and ends on Saturday, May 15th.

Montgomery ISD Chief of Police hosts meeting with area agencies

Agencies came together Friday, February 26th at a meeting hosted by Police Chief Stephen Phillips at the Education Support Center to discus radio communication between Montgomery County Agencies. Agencies discussed their current response protocol and procedures. Attendees openly discussed upcoming changes and improvements in radio communication. Some of the agencies in attendance were Homeland Security, Montgomery County Police, Dispatchers, Fire Department, Sheriffs Department, and FirstNet.