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Forms & FAQs

The Annual Report highlights the organizational structure, accomplishments, achievements and the service provided to the students, parents and staff of MISD.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the hours for getting a parking permit?

Anytime. The MISD Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Does the student’s name have to be on the insurance card to purchase a parking permit?

Yes. According to Texas Transportation Code Sec. 601.081, the name of each insured driver must be listed on the proof of liability insurance form.

What type of payment do you accept?

We accept the following forms of payment:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money order
  • Debit card
  • Credit card

Where are you located?

We are located directly behind Brooks Wester Middle School at 1522 N. Walnut Creek Drive in Mansfield, Texas.

Where is the fingerprinting office?

The fingerprinting office is located in the lobby of the MISD Police and Technology Building. When you enter through the main entrance, just turn to your right.

What happens when I appeal a ticket?

Appeals are reviewed and a determination is made if the appeal warrants dismissal. If further information is needed before a decision can be made, you will be contacted to schedule a meeting with the Chief of Police who will then make the final decision on the appeal disposition. If dismissed, no further action is required and you will be notified of the dismissal.

How do I get a parking permit if I only have dealer tags on my vehicle?

Come by the department or your campus police office to be issued a temporary permit until you receive your permanent plates.

Why do I have to file a report if I just lost my I.D. badge?

The badge is MISD property and the loss must be documented for the protection of our staff and students.

Why are video cameras allowed in certain special education classrooms?

Senate Bill 507 - Video Cameras in Certain Special Education Classrooms

In order to promote the safety of students receiving special education and related services in certain self-contained classrooms and other special education settings, SB 507, 84th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, 2015, added TEC, §29.022, to require video surveillance.

Beginning with the 2016-2017 school year, on request by a parent, trustee, or staff member, a school district or open-enrollment charter school must provide video equipment, including video cameras with audio recording capabilities, to campuses. Campuses that receive such equipment must place, operate, and maintain video cameras in certain self-contained classrooms or other special education settings. Video recordings are confidential under the section and may only be released for viewing to certain individuals.

For further information regarding video cameras in certain SpEd classrooms, please visit the Texas Education Agency website.

read about Senate Bill 507