Hesperia School District Police Department

  • Agency: Hesperia School District Police Department
  • Address: 15576 Main St # A, Hesperia, 92345 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: 760-244-1091

Hesperia School District Police Department is located at 15576 Main St # A, Hesperia, 92345 CA. The Hesperia School District Police Department phone number is 760-244-1091.

Hesperia School District Police Department News

Infinite Campus is rolling out new mobile apps for Parents and Students. The new apps allow you to see Grades, Assignments, Attendance, and Schedules. Simply go to the Google Play store or Apple App store and search for "Campus Parent" or "Campus Student". Log in with your existing Infinite Campus email and password. If you are unable to log in, please reach out to your child's school. #IMPACTtheFutureHUSD

A special thank you to the students and staff members at Topaz Preparatory Academy for their Patriot’s Day ceremony honoring our first responders and military. It was fantastic and we thank you for allowing us to participate.

During last night's board meeting, Office Robert Smith was sworn in by Chief Hinojos.

Today we remember and honor the brave men and women of 9/11/2001.

Welcome aboard Officer Robert Smith!

Welcome back! Please leave extra early and give yourselves some extra time dropping your kiddos off at their school sites. Have a wonderful 2018-19 school year. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. Our Department can be reached at (760) 244-1091, Monday - Friday.

Congrats to Cedar Middle School Science Teacher Erica McGee for her hard work and dedication! Cedar Middle School

Wonderful event today at Oak Hills High School. Officer Mullinax and Chief Hinojos were asked to participate in the carrying of the torch. We are already looking forward to next year!

Thank you to all of the teachers around the world! We love our teachers within the Hesperia Unified School District and we thank you for the jobs you do each and every day!

A special thank you to all of the Administrative Professionals our there, especially within Hesperia Unified School District. Without you we couldn’t do our jobs. Enjoy your day! Hesperia Unified School District

If anyone has any information please contact our agency or the Sheriff’s Department.

Traffic update

Had a surprise visit from these hard working Girl Scouts! Everyone loves Girl Scout Cookies! 🍪

Officer Mullinax was hanging out with the little ones today at Topaz Elementary for career day! Thank you for the invitation Topaz! Topaz Preparatory Academy

April is Distracted Drivers’ Awareness Month. When operating a vehicle, please have your full attention on the roadway. It is a violation to use your cellular phone while operating a motor vehicle if it isn’t properly equipped with “hands free” operation. Please refer to 23123(a) of the California Vehicle Code. Please be safe! Call us with any questions or concerns.

See everyone tomorrow! #BackAtIt #FinishStrong

Mojave High School students were no match for the staff members! #NoInjuries Mojave High

Officer Mullinax and his partner McGruff at Topaz Preparatory Academy. #LookingGood #ReadAcrossAmerica @Topaztigers

It was a packed house for the Hesperia Junior High pep rally earlier today. Go Roadrunners! Vice Principal Donald Ray Wilkinson is always working hard supervising these kiddos. Great show! Hesperia Junior High

Thank you Kingston Elementary for the invitation! It’s always a pleasure spending time with the youngsters, reading with them and answering questions. Kingston Elementary PTC

School is in session today!

An import message about safety from HUSD’s Chief of Police, Steve Hinojos and Superintendent, David Olney. Safety is everyone’s responsibility. By working, talking, and listening together, especially with our students, we will continue to keep our school community safe. Here are some ideas you can do to help: Take a moment to discuss this important issue with your children. Stay connected and monitor social media activities in which your children are engaged. Reach out to your principal, superintendent, the local police, school police or other trained professionals if you see or hear behavior that has potential for causing self-harm or harm to others. Ensure that if you own a firearm, it is kept in an approved storage locker. We participate in the Project ChildSafe program which means we have free gun locks available for your use at home. If you need one, please stop by the Hesperia Unified School District Police Department. Make sure that your children do not have access to firearms while visiting homes of friends or relatives. If you hear or see something, say something! Please report safety concerns to your school or local law enforcement. The Hesperia Unified School Police Department has an anonymous 24-hour Hotline for reporting safety concerns, (760) 662-5378. See the attached photo to read the entire letter.

Congratulations gentlemen on a job well done!

Great article! Please call us with any questions or concerns. (760) 244-1091