Midwest City High School welcomes police officer for safety, education

Sgt. Terry Tilley of Midwest City Police Department will serve as school resource officer at Midwest City High School this year.
BY NASREEN IQBAL niqbal@opubco.com Published: August 28, 2013
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Newly appointed school resource officer Sgt. Terry Tilley will guard the halls of Midwest City High School this year.

Tilley was appointed to the position by the Midwest City-Del City School District and police department representatives. He previously served as the security officer at Monroney Middle School and took classes to prepare for the position of school resource officer.

“Sgt. Tilley is a great fit for this program. He has shown great interest in intervention, taken classes to prepare him for a position such as this and is very enthusiastic,” Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes said.

Tilley will serve as a first responder in the event of a school emergency, monitor student truancy and act as an educator by assisting in classroom presentations.

Topics presented by Tilley will include policing as a career, criminal investigation, alcohol and drug awareness, gang and stranger awareness, general crime prevention, conflict resolution, character values and bullying.

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