The Board of Directors presented Chief David Colburn with an appreciation plaque in recognition of his retirement from the Midland ISD Police Department.    The Board appreciates Chief Colburn’s unconditional commitment in keeping our schools safe over the years as well as his cooperation and assistance with the Campus Crime Stoppers program!   May the many years ahead bring you all joy and relaxation. Congratulations!

(Left to right: Vice-President Nick Davis, MPD Coordinator Sgt. Jimmy Young, MISD Lt. Kevin Brunner-Campus Coordinator, MISD Police Department Chief David Colburn, Patricia Brady, Board Member Terry Youngblood, Secretary Rick Lewis, Treasurer Mike Beggs.)




Congratulations to the winners of our 7th Annual Campus Crime Stoppers ‘Design the Poster’ Contest! Midland Crime Stoppers held a prize ceremony at the Midland ISD Central Office on May 22nd to present cash prizes to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners and also presented 24 Honorable Mention certificates to 24 students.


The 1st place winners in the High School and Junior High categories will be the ‘Official’ Campus Crime Stoppers poster for the 2018-19 school year.    286 poster submissions were received this year and we appreciate all the students who participated! GREAT JOB AND THANK YOU for helping us promote the Campus Crime Stoppers program!


Thank you to the campuses that participated: Midland Christian, Abell Junior High, Goddard Junior High, San Jacinto Junior High, Midland Freshman High School and Midland High School!





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School and police officials agree that most students want to do the right thing to keep their schools and neighborhoods safe but sometimes fear reprisals.  

We have Campus Crime Stoppers at all MISD secondary schools, Greenwood and Midland Christian secondary schools.  We want the students to be able to report illegal activity without the fear of repercussion.  The incentive to the student is a cash reward, as well as remaining anonymous.


When to Call

  • Maybe you overhear someone bragging about having committed a crime.
    • Maybe you know someone who has brought a gun or knife to school
      • Maybe you witnessed someone stealing a purse or vandalizing school property
        • Or maybe you just see something that doesn't look right. A strange car. A person acting sneaky. 

        If you aren't sure that what you saw or heard is really a crime, call anyway. Let the police decide if it's worth investigating. It may be a piece of a clue to a big crime.