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    Questions and Answers

    Are South San Police Officers real Police Officers?

    Yes. All South San Police Officers have commissioned peace officers licensed by the State of Texas. They have full arrest powers and authority.

    Whom do School District Police Officers work for?

    School district Police Officers work for the district that commissions them Under the Education Code of the State of Texas, school district police officers are supervised by the Chief of Police of the district. This matter is designated by law under 37.081 of the Texas Education Code. The Chief of Police of the district reports to the Superintendent of Schools.

    Can South San I.S.D. Police Officers make arrests off campus?

    Yes. South San Police Officers can arrest offenders of the law both on and off-campus.

    Can a South San I.S.D. Police Officer issue me a traffic ticket?

    Yes. South San Police Officers are authorized to issue traffic citations. We have some traffic units that monitor speed in school zones using radar, on or off school property.

    What court do I go to if I get a ticket from a South San I.S.D. Police Officer?

    If you receive a ticket from a South San Police Officer, you will be required to appear in the appropriate San Antonio Municipal Court.

    What happens if I don't pay for my ticket?

    If you do not appear in Court or pay your fine, a warrant for your arrest may be issued by the appropriate Court.

    How does someone report an incident?

    To report an incident, call the South San Antonio I.S.D. Police Department Communications Center

    What is South San Antonio I.S. D. Police Department Jurisdiction?

    The South San Antonio I.S.D. Police Department covers over 18 schools and facilities spanning 21 square miles. This is to include the south and southwest portions of the City of San Antonio with adjoining sections of Lackland AFB and Kelly USA.

    The South San Police Department's jurisdiction includes all the geographical territory within the boundaries of the District's 21 square miles, as well as on any property outside of the District that is owned, leased or otherwise under the control of the Board of Trustees.