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School Resource Officers
Functions
There are a total of six high schools in Fremont, and each high school has a School Resource Officer (SRO) assigned to it.  An SRO's primary function is three-fold, consisting of:
  • Law enforcement
  • Student counseling
  • Law-related education

The SRO is part of the school team and works in conjunction with the staff to provide a safe environment for students and staff.

Position Information
The SRO assignment is considered a specialized position and is voluntary. When an opening arises, an officer can submit his/her name for consideration. The officer participates in a testing process, which consists of an oral board and staff review.

Requirements & Benefits
The SRO assignment is three years long with the option of two additional years. SRO's are required to attend school events such as football games and dances. Both the Fremont Unified School District and Fremont Police Department understand the value of this partnership. Many students benefit and form lasting bonds with their SRO because of their presence on campus.

Sgt. Jim Koepf
School Resource Sergeant
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Phone: (510) 790-6743


Ofc. Derek Burns
Robertson High School
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Ofc. Darwin Foote
Kennedy High School
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Ofc. Caroline Hadden
Washington High School
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Ofc. William Morales
Irvington High School
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Ofc. Greg Pipp
Mission San Jose High School
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Ofc. Calvin Tang
American High School
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