Specialized Functions

The department has one K-9 Officer who has a primary focus on narcotics detection. Assisting patrol is the Traffic & Warrant Unit who is dedicated to traffic enforcement, accident reconstruction, and municipal warrant service. In partnership with the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District (SCUCISD), CPD has a School Resource Officer Unit comprised of a supervisor and three officers who provide services to seven schools in Cibolo. Seven crossing guards are also in this unit to help pedestrians safely cross our streets during school days.

School Resource Officers and Crossing Guards

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SRO Personnel Email Phone School Assignment
Sgt. Ram Hernandez rhernandez@cibolotx.gov (210) 858-3222 SRO Supervisor
Ofc. Joseph McComas jmccomas@cibolotx.gov (210) 659-1999 Steele High School, Cibolo Valley, Wiederstein, Schlather
Ofc. Natalie Dahlstein ndahlstein@cibolotx.gov (210) 659-1999 Dobie, Jordan, Watts
Ofc. Andrew Olivarez aolivarez@cibolotx.gov (210) 659-1999 Steele High School, Cibolo Valley, Wiederstein, Schlather
Nancy Jo Janoch     Crossing Guard
Thelma Gonzales     Crossing Guard
Tommy Erwin     Crossing Guard
Tom Meeker     Crossing Guard

Traffic and Warrant Unit

The traffic and warrant unit focuses on traffic enforcement, accident reconstruction, bailiff duties, and municipal warrant service. To submit a traffic complaint, click here.

K9 Unit

The K9 Unit consists of one Officer and one Canine partner who focus on narcotics detection on traffic stops, in schools, and other areas as needed. 

CPD Drone Program

The Cibolo Police Department prides itself in leading the field in innovation and technology. One area that is new to law enforcement is the use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS). Currently, CPD has a fleet of eight drones with uses including aerial video/photo reconnaissance, thermal imaging for nighttime operations, large building indoor operations, public service announcements, and search and rescue in inclement weather. The CPD drone team also assists other law enforcement agencies as well as the city's Public Works and Fire Departments. Clearance for various AGLs has been provided by JBSA-Randolph. There are currently eight officers who have a FAA Certified Drone Pilot (Part 107) license.  
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