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Lincoln, Nebraska

School Resource Officers
Department Services

Each of the six high schools in the Lincoln Public Schools system is provided police services by a School Resource Officer (SRO). The SRO is a specialized position within the Lincoln Police Department, which assigns an officer to a school as his or her 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 currectly serve in Lincoln area high schools.

Officer Pickering East High School

Officer Al Pickering has been a Lincoln Police Officer since 2001. In addition to his duties as an SRO, Officer Pickering is a Field Training Officer and member of the Field Force and Clandestine (Clan) Lab Teams. Officer Pickering is married and has one child. He enjoys Husker athletics and attending his son's sporting events.

You may contact Officer Al Pickering at (402) 441-7204

Lincoln High School

Officer Megan Schreiner graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University with a degree in Social Work, Sociology, and Anthropology. Officer Schreiner has been a Lincoln Police Officer since 2001 and has worked Southeast Team, Southwest Team, Narcotics Unit, and also as a Field Training Officer. She enjoys fitness, nutrition, playing sports, and travelling with her family.

You may contact Officer Megan Schreiner at (402) 441-7204

Officer Jensen North Star High School

Officer Shane Jensen has been an officer with the Lincoln Police Department since May of 2009. Officer Jensen is originally from Lincoln, Nebraska and is a graduate of Lincoln High School. Officer Jensen has been a patrol officer since he began his career with LPD, serving on the Southwest, Northwest and Center Teams. He is also a defensive tactics instructor for the department who assists with the training of new recruits and veteran officers. Officer Jensen has been married to his wife since 2003 and has two children, a boy and a girl.

You may contact Officer Shane Jensen at (402) 441-7204

Officer Moore Northeast High School

Officer Dawn Moore has been a Lincoln police officer for 11 years. She graduated with a degree in Radiology and has worked in the field of Vascular Radiology and as an orthopaedic nurse. During Officer Moore's years as a police officer, she spent three years as a narcotic investigator and one year as a Crime Stoppers investigator. Officer Moore has three kids: her daughter is a teacher at Park Middle School and her two sons are both in high school. Officer Moore is well suited for her role as a school resource officer. She is approachable and puts people at ease with her presence.

You may contact Officer Dawn Moore at (402) 441-7204

Officer Stumbo Southeast High School

Officer Tom Stumbo has been an officer with the Lincoln Police Department since May of 1997. Officer Stumbo is originally from Falls City, Nebraska and received a bachelor's degree in psychology from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1995. He also assists with teaching EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operator Course) in the LPD training academy and is a member of the Field Force Team. Tom is married with two sons and two step-daughters.

You may contact Officer Tom Stumbo at (402) 441-7204

Southwest High School

Officer Joseph Fisher has been a police officer with the Lincoln Police Department since December 2010. He is a member of Field Force and has served as a patrol officer on the Northeast and Center Teams. Prior to coming to LPD, Officer Fisher was employed as a Vocational Agriculture Teacher in Concordia, Kansas - teaching high school students about Agriculture. Officer Fisher has been married to his wife since 2008 and has one child, a boy, and a second on the way. Officer Fisher is looking forward to working at Southwest High School, developing positive relationships with students and staff.

You may contact Officer Joseph Fisher at (402) 441-7204

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