The Police Department and Northwest Independent School District partner to provide a School Resource Officer (SRO) to serve the four NISD schools in Trophy Club. This is a program that has been on-going for several years. Our SRO offices at Byron Nelson High School and provides in-school security, responds to calls for service at the Trophy Club schools, and assists District personnel in a variety of areas.

The SRO is also an educator in the District and provides programs such as the Eddie Eagle Gun Safety Program, Texas Law and You, and Law Enforcement Teaching Students (LETS). LETS is a program developed by the Dallas Police Department that teaches four core skills:

  • Self Confidence
  • Conflict Management
  • Decision Making and
  • Peer Pressure Reversal


The Town of Trophy Club has provided School Crossing Guards since the 2011-12 School Year. We determined that there was a significant need for this service and trained and staffed these positions in order to address this need. Crossing Guards are assigned to cross walks where our school children cross our busiest streets. School Crossing Guards are equipped with signs and identifying clothing and motorists are required to obey the Crossing Guards like they would obey a peace officer. Remember, if a Crossing Guard is in the cross walk, you are required to stop whether children are present or not.