There are 33 public and parochial schools located within the Southeast Team, making schools a large part of the day-to-day activity for Southeast officers. Police services within the schools is supplemented by 3 School Resource Officers (SRO). The SRO is a specialized position within the Lincoln Police Department, which assigns officers to a school, or series of schools as their beat area. This specialized assignment allows the SRO an opportunity to develop relationships with students and staff, and provides time for the SRO to focus on individual school needs. Listed below are the School Resource Officers who serve the schools within the Southeast Team.
||Lincoln Southeast High School|
Officer Brian Ward has been a Lincoln Police Officer since 1992. Officer Ward grew up throughout the U.S. and Overseas, coming from a military family. Officer Ward attended UNL and received his Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice in 1992. He has been a field training officer and was on the Center Team Bike Patrol for six years. Officer Ward is married and has three children.
You may contact Officer Brian Ward
at (402) 441-7755
||Lincoln East High School|
Officer Julie Pucket is a Lincoln native and graduate of Lincoln East High School.
After attending the University of Nebraska, she joined the Lincoln Police
Department in 1989. Officer Pucket has worked various jobs within the department
to include School Resource Officer at Goodrich and Dawes Middle Schools, D.A.R.E Instructor and
detective for the Checks and Fraud Unit.
Officer Pucket enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 boys on their
farm. In her spare time, she and her husband raise English
Mastiffs, and keep busy with their children's sports and other family activities.
You may contact Officer Julie Pucket
at (402) 441-7204
Pound Middle Schools|
Officer Chassidy Jackson is a Lincoln native and graduate of Lincoln High School.
She graduated from Metro Community College in Omaha with a degree in Criminal Justice. Officer Jackson has been a police officer with LPD since 2001. During her career, she has worked in the Center and Southeast Community Police Teams. Officer Jackson is involved as an assistant leader with Girl Scouts and also Heartland Big Brothers and Sisters. She especially devotes spending her quality time with her family and daughter Jaida.
Officer Jackson enjoys this opportunity to work with students, staff and parents and to continue to serve as a positive role model in her community.
You may contact Officer Chassidy Jackson
at (402) 441-7755
Voluntary One Way Pick-up & Drop-off Plan
for Public and Parochial Schools