School Resource Officer Program
The Rexburg Police Department, in association with the Madison School District #321, has a School Resource Officer Program which provides the use of four trained and certified full-time Police Officers who will work within the school system. These highly qualified police officers all have a minimum of 4 years law enforcement experience and have completed a 40 hour School Resource Training program. They are also trained as D.A.R.E.
Officers and teach D.A.R.E.
throughout the year. The objectives of the School Resource Officer Program is to promote and assist the Madison School District in providing a safe learning environment, and to improve relationships between the Rexburg Police Department and the youth of our community. The program attempts to promote a better understanding of the Law Enforcement Officers' role in society while educating students, parents, school personnel, and the community on important issues such as gangs, violent crime, drugs, and other related law enforcement topics. The program also provides a positive role model in the educational system. The primary focus of this program is directed toward education, rather than enforcement. The specific tasks, assignments, and procedures were established in a cooperative agreement between the Rexburg Police Department and the Madison School District.
Madison High School
Central High School
Madison Jr. High School
Madison Middle School
Permission for use may be obtained by contacting the Rexburg Police Department at:
25 East Main Street or Phone 208-359-3000
Rexburg, Idaho 83440 RPD@rexburg.org