Metropolitan School District of Warren Township Police Department

  • Agency: Metropolitan School District of Warren Township Police Department
  • Address: 9500 E 16th St, Indianapolis, 46229 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: (317) 258-1363

Metropolitan School District of Warren Township Police Department is located at 9500 E 16th St, Indianapolis, 46229 IN. The Metropolitan School District of Warren Township Police Department phone number is (317) 258-1363.

Metropolitan School District of Warren Township Police Department News

Congrats to Matt McKinney graduate!!! Good luck and great last name

Come join us in Bloominton at the Four Winds Resort for the 5th annual School Safety Concert

Congratulations to all the graduates of the Class of 2016

Chief Kimbrough graduated from the IMPD Leadership Academy. Congratulations Chief.

WTSPD Chief Kimbrough attended the IMPD Field Training officer course Monday, April 18, 2016 - Friday, April 22, 2016... Congratulations to all the new Field Training Officers.....

Senior Jayla Hill and Assist Chief McKinney are practicing C.O.R.E for the student body at Warren Central High School. Awesome sign Mr. Shepler and Mrs. Brown!!!! PBIS

Come on Seniors on the home stretch!!!

Hope you all enjoyed your Spring Break 2016!!! School Resumes April 4th, 2016....

One more week until Spring Break... Whether you are traveling or staying home... Here are some safety tips to have a safe and enjoyable vacation/staycation... To help students stay safe while on Spring Break, Marcia Peot, full time police officer and Chief Safety Officer at StreetSafe, offers the following safety reminders: 1. Don’t let your guard down. Being on vacation is not an excuse to throw caution to the wind and do something you wouldn’t normally do or put yourself in an unsafe situation. 2. Research the place you are visiting before you go, especially if it’s a foreign country. Find out if there are dangerous areas you should avoid, familiarize yourself with local laws and customs, and know where to go and what to do in case of an emergency. Stay in groups or use the buddy system. You are more of a target when you are by yourself. 3. A stranger is still a stranger, even on vacation. Do not accept a ride or go off somewhere alone with a person you don’t know. 4. Do not drink . When you are intoxicated, your physical reflexes, awareness of your surroundings, and ability to make decisions become impaired, making you an easy target. 5. The beaten path is the better path. Stick to populated and well-lit areas, don’t take short cuts, and familiarize yourself with the area before heading out. 6. Make sure your hotel room is locked at all times. Do not advertise your room number, open the door for anyone you are not expecting, or bring strangers back to your room. Upgrade your personal security. StreetSafe is a new mobile personal security system that uses your smart phone’s GPS technology to instantly connect to help before a situation turns into an emergency. Street Safe’s “Walk with Me” service offers a live connection to a professional Safety Advisor to keep you safe when walking in unfamiliar or threatening surroundings and instant access to 911 if needed. Take advantage of all these safety tips and visit StreetSafe for more information. Stay safe and see you April 4th, 2016 when school reconvenes....:)

It's official, March is here! March means three things in Indiana: Spring break, St. Patrick’s Day and Hoosier March Mania basketball. All are equally as enjoyable! Whether you are traveling for spring break or travelling to a basketball game, be safe. We cannot stress enough how unsafe it is to text and drive! Turn your phone off or put it in a purse or glove box when you are driving! Distracted driving kills!!! And since all three “holidays” usually have some kind of drinking involved, we want to touch base, yet again, with how important it is to stay safe! •Possession of Alcohol by a minor is illegal in Indiana - IC 7.1-5-7-7- It is a Class C Misdemeanor for a minor to knowingly - posses, transport, and/or consume alcoholic beverages..... •If planning to ride home with someone else, designate a sober driver before any drinking begins and if impaired, use a taxi, call a sober friend or family member or use public transportation. •If a drunk driver is spotted on the road, don't hesitate to contact local law enforcement -Family Watchdog- Chief Kimbrough's ILEA Class....

This week we welcome the new School Safety officers - A School Safety Officer (SSO) is civilian non-armed employee of the Warren Township School Police Department that receive additional training and equipment enabling them to provide a safe educational environment when assigned to a school campus or other MSD Warren Twp property. Some School Safety Officers may work at a location by themselves or with School Police Officers. In working with the School Police, the SSO’s learn much about the duties of the Warren Township School Police Department and as such are a very helpful aid. Some SSO’s go on to become police officers, continuing to provide for the safety of teachers, students, and other staff members within the MSD Warren Township Schools. They also participate in conjunction with School Police Officers in such programs as holiday food drives, school supply giveaways, school dedications, and many other events. Welcome Officer Stephen McClain, Officer Malcolm Bunnell, and Officer Brandon Pounds......They will be mostly working out of the Warren Central High School, however, they may serve duties elsewhere in the district to assist WTSPD.

Officer Pettis has been working hard to put the new training guidelines together for the new School Safety Officers. Good Job Officer Pettis!!!!