Police Department

Chief Lee Mayberry
Clovis Unified School District Police Department mission statement: 
The Clovis Unified School District Police Department is dedicated to 
serving the students, staff, and community of the Clovis Unified School 
District. We are committed to ensuring the safety and security of those 
we serve. We maintain safety and security by combining traditional 
policing practices as well as an innovative and community-based policing 
philosophy. The Clovis Unified School District serves 198 square miles 
with 44,000 students, over 6,000 employees and 55 District sites.  
The “Protecting our Future” is not just our motto, but our mission and 
commitment. Our ability to serve our shareholders to the maximum 
level they deserve, is directly related to the Professional and Courteous 
men and women of the Clovis Unified School District Police Department. 
We thank our community at large for their shared vision of safety and 
security and continued support for the Clovis Unified School District 
Police Department.

Organizational philosophy includes subject matters that relate to: 
I. Protection
II. Respect for individuals
III. Service
IV. Quality
V. Being close to those we serve
VI. Department members
VII. Participation
VIII. Innovation
IX. Teamwork
X. Communication

Today’s parents expect a safe community for their children, as well as a safe learning environment at school. The Clovis Unified School District is proud to provide this environment for its students and employees with its own police department.

The CUSD Governing Board approved establishment of the District Police Department, shortly after legislation was enacted authorizing school districts to establish police departments in 1984. Clovis Unified is one of 23 school districts with their own police departments in the state.

The CUSD Police Department is lead by Chief Lee Mayberry, and is comprised of 2 Sergeants, 14 sworn officers, 1 dispatcher, and 1 CSO that are responsible for the personal safety of students, employees and the many guests who visit our schools and District sponsored events. CUSD has officers available between 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The CUSD police take pride in being part of the “blue ribbon” system and serve with integrity and dedication while carrying out the District’s philosophy, mission and goals.

The Police Department is headquartered at the CUSD District Office, 1542 David Cook Way Clovis, CA 93611.

Protecting Our Future

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