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Diana Ruiz-Krause

Chief of Security


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John Hicklin



Get to know your School Resource Officers


Annette McClair

Bowsher - TPS Officer


TPD Officer J. Ellis

Byrnedale, Beverly, Crossgates, Glendale-Feilbach, Walbridge, Harvard, Marshall, Robinson, Mosaic Ministries Preschool, Toledo Early College


Mark Fesh

Rogers - TPS Officer


TPD Officer M. Habbe

Arlington, Burroughs, Grove Patterson, Hawkins, Keyser, McTigue, Old Orchard, Reynolds, Aviation and Natural Science Academy of Toledo


Deondra Banks

Scott - TPS Officer


TPD Officer A. Moore

Glenwood, Martin Luther King Jr., Jones, Rosa Parks, Pickett, Old West End, Ella P. Stewart


David Vnuck

Start - TPS Officer


TPS Officer M. Bey

DeVeaux, Elmhurst, Larchmont, Longfellow, McKinley, Toledo Technology Academy, Whittier, Mayfair Preschool


Mark Gant

Waite - TPS Officer


TPD Officer R. Trevino

Birmingham, Raymer, Navarre, Garfield, Oakdale, East Broadway, Marshall, Westfield


Ryan Dobrak

Woodward - TPS Officer


TPD Officer C. Kizer

Spring, Sherman, Chase, Edgewater, Riverside, Ottawa River, Leverette, Summit Head Start, Administration Building

Who makes up the Department of Public Safety?

A number of dedicated professionals comprise the Department of Public Safety, including 36 Campus Protection Officers assigned to each school and six School Resource Officers, who are fully commissioned officers, assigned to each high school. The TPS Department of Public Safety Dispatch Center is a 24-hour a day, seven days a week operation. The department’s main phone number is 419-671-8293.

What are the roles of School Resource Officers?
Who are Campus Protection Officers?
What are School Emergency Operation Plans?
How are school threats handled by Toledo Public Schools?
What should I do if I learn of a threat?
Are there camera systems in the schools?
How can I make sure to learn the latest information from the Department of Public Safety?
What is ALICE?

ALICE is an emergency response protocol that provides various response options in the event of an active intruder incident. Although ALICE is normally thought of as a response protocol for active shooter incidents, the techniques can be used for responding to various types of emergencies that occur in or around a school.

What does ALICE stand for?
What should I tell my child about ALICE?
Why should ALICE drills be conducted?
What will the ALICE drill be like?