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Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Officers at the Beeville ISD Police Department are committed to creating a safe working and educational environment. We are always looking for qualified applicants who are willing to dedicate themselves to professional public service, team-building and having a true effect on student lives and the communities that BISD PD serves. 

All applicants for police officer must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or United States equivalency certificate. All applicants must comply with the hiring standards set forth in the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement requirements for peace officer licensing.

How to Apply

Complete an online application. After registering on the site, applicants must then select a job ID code and submit the application. The district will contact applicants via email when the application has been processed. Please be sure to supply a valid email address, complete address and telephone numbers. Ensure that all sections, including work experience and contact information for References, are completely filled out.  

Police Officer Qualifications       


High school diploma or GED 

Texas Peace Officer License issued by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) 

Clear and valid Texas driver’s license 

Must not have a criminal record history 

Two or more years of college or advanced training (preferred) 

Must be available to work day, evening, and nightshifts with varied days off 

Must be willing to relocate to Bee County within a 30-minute response time to administration building

Special Knowledge/Skills: 

General knowledge of criminal investigation, police report writing, and criminal laws 

Ability to work with students and school aged students 

Good human relation and communications skills 

Knowledge to present crime prevention programs in a classroom setting (preferred)  


Two years of successful law enforcement experience as a commissioned peace officer (preferred) 

Major Responsibilities and Duties

         Law Enforcement 

  1. Patrol assigned campus(es) and respond to all calls from local school principals or designees regarding crisis situation. 
  2. Respond to all calls for service during and after school hours. 
  3. Respond to civil disasters such as tornadoes, fire, hurricane, etc. (where district personnel are required) 
  4. Serve as law enforcement resource to students and District personnel.  
  5. Provide a general and consistent adult and law enforcement presence at critical locations on District facilities.
  6.  Investigate assigned criminal offenses occurring within district’s jurisdiction.
  7.  Collect and preserve evidence for criminal investigations including witness statements and physical evidence. 
  8.  Arrest perpetrators, file appropriate charges, and ensure placement in jail or juvenile detention centers for law violations as necessary. 
  9.  Write effective legal incident reports. 
  10.  Testify in court as needed. 
  11.  Work cooperatively with other police agencies to share information and provide other assistance. 
  12.  Assist with the after hour functions upon request. 
  13.  Perform all other duties as assigned. 


     14. Help provide traffic control at athletic events, school closings or openings, or at any other time. 

     15. Assist in the protection of students, staff and District personnel or escort district personnel as needed. 

     16. Operate all equipment including firearms according to established safety procedures. 

     17. Use sound judgment and effectively communicate with and elicit information from emotionally distraught students, staff, parents, and citizens. 

     18. Follow district safety protocols and emergency procedures. 


     19. Compile, maintain, and file all physical and computerized reports, records, and documents required, including affidavits for arrest, incident reports, and activity reports. 

     20. Enforce applicable Board policy.  

     21. Inform the District’s Police Chief of all conditions that effect the safety and security of students, staff, and District property. 

     Supervisory Responsibilities: 


     Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors: 

     Tools/Equipment Used: District vehicle, firearms, handcuffs, security equipment, two-way radio, alarm system and other security equipment, fire extinguisher, and standard office equipment including        computer and peripherals 

     Posture: Prolonged sitting and standing 

     Motion: Strenuous walking and climbing; frequent keyboarding/mouse, prolonged driving 

     Lifting: Moderate lifting and carrying (15–44 pounds) 

     Environment: Work inside and outside (moderate exposure to sun, heat, cold, and inclement weather), moderate exposure to noise, frequent districtwide travel 

     Other: Specific hearing and visual requirements; may be subject to adverse and hazardous working conditions including violent and armed confrontations; ability to control sudden violent or extreme physical acts of others and exhibit rapid mental and muscular coordination simultaneously 

     Mental Demands: Maintain emotional control under stress; prolonged hours; on call 24 hours a day.  


     Positions Available





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