CHIEF OF POLICE
Chief Cook began his law enforcement career
in 1976. In the past thirty years Chief Cook has worked for
municipalities, county and state agencies. Chief Cook has
Degree of Science in Criminal Justice from Southwest
University and is a graduate of the FBI Command College.
Cook’s certifications and licenses include a Master Peace
Officer Certification, Police Instructor, Crime Prevention
Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor,
ALERRT Instructor and Arson Investigations Certification.
Chief Cook is a member of the Lone Star College Law
Enforcement Academy Advisory Board and is the current
President of the Houston Area Police Chief's Association.
Chief Cook began his
employment with the Humble ISD Police Department in 1997 when
he was appointed Captain. In 2003 Chief Don Maddox retired
and Solomon Cook was appointed Chief of Police of the Humble
ISD Police Department.
" It is an honor and privilege for me to serve as the Chief of Police for the Humble Independent School District. We of the Humble ISD Police Department exist to ensure the safety of our district’s students, families and
staff. We work in partnership with students, parents and staff to meet their
needs. Our most important goal is to promote, maintain and inspire an atmosphere of trust and confidence with students, families and staff in our community."
" As always, the Humble ISD Police Department is committed to maintaining and improving the safety of our district’s students, families and staff. We will continue to strive to always meet the needs of our diverse school community."
" In order to learn, students need a safe environment where they can concentrate on their studies and teachers and staff needs a secure environment in order to teach."
Chief Solomon R. Cook
Lieutenant T. D.
Stanford joined the Humble ISD Police Department in December,
1999. Sgt Stanford graduated from the
University of Houston Criminal
Justice Center Police Academy in March of 1997. Sgt Stanford
began her career in law enforcement at the City of Roman
Forest Police Department in 1997. Sgt. Stanford also spent
time as a patrol officer with the City of Dickinson Police
Department before coming to the Humble ISD Police Department.
Since 1999, Sgt. Stanford has moved her way up in the
department from patrol officer, to Corporal, Sergeant and currently
holds the rank of Lieutenant.
Stanford is second in command directly under the Chief of
Police. Lieutenant Stanford is the very first Lieutenant
in the history of the Humble ISD Police Department.
“We make a living by what we
do. We make a life by what we give.”
Sergeant James Hall joined the
Humble ISD Police Department in December, 2002. Sgt.
Hall's experience began as a Patrolman with the City of
Rosenberg, Texas Police Department. Since 2002 Sergeant Hall
was promoted from Patrolman to Investigator and, most
recently, to Sergeant.
Currently, Sgt. Hall is the , Special
Operations Commander which includes
Tactical Operations Recruitment,
Records and Emergency Management Planning. Sgt.
Hall oversees the Humble ISD Police
Department's Emergency Response Team
Saldivar attended the University of Houston Downtown Police
Academy in 1991. After graduating, he immediately went to work
for Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office. There he
began teaching the DARE Program and GREAT Program to the
students of Cy-Fair and Humble Independent School Districts.
In 2002, Sgt.
Saldivar left Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office and
went to work for the Humble Independent School District. There
he worked his way from patrol officer to Corporal. As a
corporal, Mario Saldivar moved around from patrol corporal to
community services corporal.
Sgt. Saldivar is currently
the evening shift patrol supervisor
Some of his
district, respond to calls for service, report writing,
issue citations, respond to calls requiring a supervisor
supervise patrol officer(s) for shift
sergeants with daily operations, scheduling, disciplining
Some of his
A veteran Law Enforcement Officer, Sergeant B. Brown oversees
the Operations Bureau which includes Patrol, Campus Officers,
Event Coordination and more.
Sergeant Brown spent 12 years with the
Texas Department of Corrections at the Darrington and Ramsey
units where he was assigned to the training department.
After leaving TDC, Sergeant Brown began his law enforcement
career with the Harris County Pct. 7 Constable's Office where
he served as Deputy Constable. Sergeant Brown left Pct.
7 and brought his years of experience and expertise to the
Humble ISD Police Department.
In addition to Operations Bureau, Sergeant
Brown also oversees the Humble ISD Police Gang Unit. Brown
has a vast knowledge of area gangs and is often called upon by
other law enforcement agencies in Texas and beyond for gang
information and intelligence.
Sergeant Brown is
also one of two department Firearms Instructors, a certified
Police Instructor, Field Training Officer and a member of the
Humble ISD Emergency Response Team. Sergeant Brown also
proudly serves in the United States Army Reserve holding a
current rank of E-6. During Brown's 14 years of service
to his country, he served in Iraq in 2003.
Humble ISD Police
341 Charles Street
Telephone: 281-641-7900 Fax:
Police Chief: Solomon