Welcome to the Safety and Security Department web page. Our mission is to help create a safe and secure campus and workplace as well as keep scholars safe during extracurricular activities and school-related events.
We hope you will find the information you need about our work to maintain a safe environment. Should you have any questions, please call our office at (501) 982-2128 ext. 4214.
If you have an emergency, please dial 911 or (501) 982-3191 (Jacksonville Police Department)
Chris Oldham, Head of Security
The safety and security of all scholars and staff is our first priority every day, all day. We employ dedicated security personnel who are trained in crisis prevention, intervention and resolution of incidents.
Our Commissioned School Resource Officers work closely with the Jacksonville Police Department, Fire Department and first responders to prevent safety problems and address them when they do occur.
2020-2021 CSSO Assignments
Jacksonville High School
(left to right) Doris Kennedy, Allison Stalnaker, Foster Baker, Timothy Clark, Dewayne Knowlton, Drew Matlock
Jacksonville Middle School
(left to right) Tyler Blackman, Stanley Floyd, Gregory Jones
Bobby G. Lester Elementary
Warren Dupree Elementary School
Murrell Taylor Elementary School
Homer Adkins Pre-K Center
Bayou Meto Elementary School - Deputy Mitchell Regnas (picture coming soon)
The JNPSD Security Department encourages all scholars, teachers and staff members to become more aware and report safety concerns. (See Something, Say Something). Text-a-tip allows individuals, who may not feel comfortable talking directly to authorities, a chance to submit an anonymous text message to report an issue.
Jacksonville North Pulaski Schools can learn about rumored weapons, crimes, incidents of bullying and more.
The Jacksonville North Pulaski School District participates in the Rave Mobile Safety System. The Rave Panic Button is a mobile app that enhances emergency response by communicating details of an on-site crisis to teachers, administrative staff and school resource officers, while simultaneously notifying 911 officials.