About the Stockton Unified
School District Police DepartmentStockton Unified School
District Police Department sworn personnel are sworn under California Penal Code section 830.32 and are peace officers with
statutory powers of arrest anywhere in the state.
The Stockton Unified School District Police Department Currently has one Chief
of Police, one lieutenant, (open position), three Sergeants, two corporals, fourteen Officers, (with the possibility of three
more officer positions), one Reserve Officer, four Dispatchers, one part time Dispatcher, and one Fingerprint Clerk. The Stockton
Unified School District Police Department provides services to over 37,000 students and has over 4,500 staff on nearly 60
locations spread over 55 square miles twenty four hours a day seven days a week.
Stockton Unified School District Police
Officers are some of the most qualified law enforcement officers in the region. As a California Commission on Peace Officer
Standards and Training (POST), certified Police Department, the Stockton Unified School District Police Department complies
with all POST guidelines required for POST certification. While SUSD Police officers not only meet the statewide certification
for peace officers they also are required by state law to receive additional training which far exceeds many California state,
county, and municipal law enforcement agencies.