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San Benito Consolidated Independent School District

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240 N. Crockett St., San Benito, TX 78586 Phone: 956-361-6100


National Law Enforcement appreciation day - Oscar De La Fuente Elem. 01/09/2018
We would like to thank Principal Rolando Diaz, Assistant Principal Kourtney Leal, Counselor Diana Lozano, RTI Teacher Cindy Ramirez and Students for always supporting law enforcement and always making the education and safety of our students the number one priority.
11-13-2017 - 11-17-2017
High School Security & Police Participated this week in a Job Shadow Mentor Program with Mr. Means Law Enforcement Classes.
At the end of the week Security & Police were given a plaque of Thanks for mentoring students during the week. Great Job! 
Job Shadow

Pd at Walmart


The San Benito CISD Police/Security Department would like to extend their appreciation to the San Benito Walmart Supercenter for their generous contribution toward the department’s Thanksgiving food drive. The local Walmart leadership team secured corporate sponsors for turkeys, canned veggies, bread, sodas, etc. as well numerous food boxes containing non-perishable food items to be distributed to needy families in our community.


Pictured, in no particular order, are Walmart co-manager Eduardo Curzio, meat department manager Gilbert Villarreal, produce department manager Veronica Rodriguez, and bakery associate Tomasa Cavazos alongside SBCISD Police Sergeant Norma Martinez, Lieutenant Jay Sosa, and Officer Roel Olivares.

Contact Information
Phone No: 956-361-6475
Fax No: 956-361-6483
Chief of Police
Santiago Garcia

Police Department
2001 Utex Drive
San Benito, TX 78586
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Office Hours
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
The San Benito CISD Police Department is committed to the safety and welfare of students, faculty, staff, and visitors who come onto our school. We enhance existing security measures by working closely with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies which includes other school district police departments. San Benito CISD Police Department employs state licensed police officers, security personal, civilian staff and a dispatcher.
The San Benito CISD Police Department Officers have taken basic law enforcement instructors course designed to help prepare lesson plans for the classroom presentations. The San Benito CISD Police Officers ensure community involvement by working closely with parent organizations, citizens groups and local businesses by providing prevention strategies to reduce incidents on or off school campuses.