School Resource Officer Frough Jahid Honored at Tustin School Board Meeting
On Monday, January 14, 2013, School Resource Officer Frough Jahid was honored during a meeting of the Tustin Unified School Board. Officer Jahid and school resource officers Scott Wright from the Tustin Police Department and Jay Myers from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department were each recognized for their valuable service to the District which has high school campuses in Irvine and Tustin.
Officer Jahid has been assigned to Beckman High School in Irvine for three years. He serves on campus in a non-traditional law enforcement role, providing security and enforcement for the campus as well as a supporting role, providing insight and assistance to staff, students and parents.
Working with the Emergency Management Unit, Officer Jahid has conducted presentations at Beckman High School and high schools in the Irvine Unified School District, preparing students and staff for large scale events such as natural disasters. He also participates in District planned evacuation and lockdown drills and reviews school site safety plans. When officer Jahid is not on the school campus, he patrols adjacent neighborhoods and shopping centers and conducts investigations related to juvenile crimes. Currently, Officer Jahid, Deputy Myers and Officer Wright are working with the District in conducting threat assessments and safety audits at all schools.
Additionally, the District acknowledged and thanked Irvine Police Chief David Maggard, Lieutenant Rob Gunzel of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and Tustin Police Chief Scott Jordan, who were in attendance at the meeting, for their continued support of the program.