Local cafeteria worker becomes school police officer

HOUSTON – Fort Bend ISD just swore in a new police officer. But she’s no stranger to the district.

She graduated and then went on to become a school cafeteria manager.

Fort Bend ISD Police Officer, Brittany Adams, told us how she went from the lunchroom to the police department.

Adams, who attended Marshall High School in Missouri City, said she decided to become an officer because “she wants to be that courageous figure that she saw in officers as she attended Fort Bend ISD as a student.”

Watch her complete interview in the video above.

For more information about joining the FBIS police department, click here.

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