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School Resource Officer Chris Gomez - Arvada High School

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Officer Chris Gomez has over fifteen years of police experience.  He worked for the National Park Service in various National Parks throughout the country in a variety of assignments that included patrol, search and rescue, fire suppression, and medical response.
Officer Gomez is a graduate of Metropolitan State College of Denver, where he has earned a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice.  He additionally is a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center class of 1994.
Officer Gomez came to Arvada Police Department fifteen years ago and worked in a patrol assignment, prior to becoming a School Resource Officer at Arvada Middle School.  Officer Gomez fulfilled a five year commitment at Arvada Middle School prior to returning to patrol. He is a Field Training Officer, Firearms Instructor, and a Taser Instructor.  Officer Gomez is a dedicated father of three, and loving husband.  
Officer Gomez is dedicated to his faith and community.  Officer Gomez has once again returned to the role of a School Resource Officer at Arvada Senior High School, because of his dedication to the safe and healthy learning environment of our community’s children.  
Officer Gomez becomes Arvada Senior High School Resource Officer 
In 2011, Officer Chris Gomez became the School Resource Officer at Arvada Senior High School. He is very excited with his assignment and enjoys working with the faculty, staff and students. Officer Gomez has a wealth of experience working with students, and recognizing the need to become a mentor to help students make good decisions.  Officer Gomez is excited to working hand and hand with the school community to create and maintain a safe and healthy school campus.
Officer Gomez’s Favorite Quote
Character in doing the right thing when nobody’s looking.  There are too many people who think that the only thing that’s right is to get by, and the only thing that’s wrong is to get caught.  J.C. Watts.