Uvalde Police Reports and Police Records and the full length School Shooting Video located below
Uvalde Police School Shooting Massacre
Uvalde Texas – On May 24, 2022, nineteen students and two teachers were fatally shot, and seventeen others were wounded at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas
Uvalde Police entered the School just 3 minutes after a gunman entered. Police Officers waited 77 minutes to confront the gunman, while kids were being shot.
As the police reports and police records from the Uvalde Police Department come in, they will be located in a Link at the bottom of this page.
Pete Arredondo before becoming Police Chief in Uvalde was demoted from his previous job
8/2022 -Eight years before ago before Pete Arredondo became Uvalde Police Chief, he was demoted from a high-ranking position at the Webb County Sheriff’s Office.
Arredondo “couldn’t get along with people,” Webb County Sheriff Martin Cuellar told the San Antonio Express-News, according to the report. Cuellar also said that he demoted Arredondo from assistant chief to commander in 2014.
“He just didn’t fit the qualifications or the work that I set out for him,” Cuellar said, according to the report.
Chief Arredondo Suspended Following damning police report
7/2022 – The announcement followed the Sunday release of a 77-page report by a Texas House Investigative Committee reviewing the actions taken by law enforcement on May 24, when it took officers 77 minutes to confront a gunman who killed 19 students and two teachers.
One of the revelations made in the report was that the police response disregarded its own active shooting training.
“They failed to prioritize saving the lives of innocent victims over their own safety,” the document said.
Uvalde school police chief quits city council amid fury over shooting response
6/2022 – Uvalde Police school district police chief is resigning from his community’s city council amid criticism of the law enforcement response to the shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb elementary in May.
Pedro “Pete” Arredondo stepped down from the city council post to which he was sworn in just seven days after the massacre.
Arredondo was his county’s highest paid law enforcement official, earning $90,750 each year after becoming the Uvalde school district’s police chief in 2020. The local sheriff’s salary, by contrast, is about $77,915.
Police responding to so-called active shooters have been trained for at least two decades to confront the assailants as soon as practical rather than wait for reinforcements, a practice that was developed amid countless mass killings across the US over the past two decades.
But instead of ordering officers to go in, Arredondo – who was on site at the school – reportedly had them wait while he called the city police force for reinforcements.
“We don’t have enough firepower right now,” Arredondo said, in part, according to a committee transcript of that call.
Arredondo also purportedly worried that the door to the classroom where the intruder was cornered had potentially been locked, and he couldn’t immediately track down its key. But the door was in fact not locked – and even if it was, officers had a “hooligan” tool that could pry locked doors open, according to the committee’s evidence.
Officers stormed the classroom 77 minutes into the attack and killed the gunman. But by then he had already murdered 21 and wounded 17 others.
Uvalde Police Cowards Of The Uvalde Police Department
Uvalde Consolidated ISD Police Department
Police Officers Names
Police Chief Pete Arredondo, Officer Mike Hernandez, Officer Rubin A. Ruiz, Officer Ruby E. Gonzalez, Officer Miguel R. Hernandez, Officer Cecilia Flores and Officer Adrian Gonnzales.
Uvalde Police Department
Uvalde Police Officers Names
Police Chief Daniel S. Rodriguez, Officer Julian R. Arredondo, Officer Gilberto Banda, Officer James P. Calliham, Officer Eduardo P. Canales, Officer Lee A. Cantu, Officer Braulio Castillo, Officer Ventura Chapa, Officer Sky Lynn Cisnero, Officer Telesforo D. Coronado, Officer Fred F. De La Cruz, Officer Jose A. De La Rosa, Officer Max G. Dorflinger.
Officer Juan M. Hernandez Jr., Officer Ruben Hernandez Jr., Officer Eric M. Herrera, Officer Randy J. Hill, Officer Myles Kinsey, Officer Louis G. Landry Jr, Officer Renato R. Lualemaga, Officer Daniel E. Martinez, Officer Javier Martinez, Officer Jonathan M. Martinez, Officer Juan A. Martinez, Officer Jesus R. Mendoza, Officer Justin F. Mendoza, Officer Ramon Morin Jr.
Officer Veronica D. Orta, Officer Donald M. Page, Officer Mariano C. Pargas Jr, Officer Joshua Perez, Officer Bruce Ramos, Officer Jose A. Rodriguez, Officer Ronald Rodriguez, Officer Daniel L. Ruiz Jr., Officer Bobby P. Ruiz, Officer Ernesto Santos Jr, Officer Juan Saucedo Jr, Officer Hoshi Segura, Officer Wayne D. Seiple, Officer Juan Vargas, Officer Gregory P. Villa, Officer Michael R. Wally, Officer Jessica A. Zamora and Officer Joe M. Zamora.
This Police Officer seems to think it’s funny
Uvalde police officer thought it was fun and game time.
This officer is having a good time doing nothing.
Uvalde Police School Shooting Video
Full length school shooting video.
Uvalde Police Department Website Reads:
“The City of Uvalde Police Department serves the community by protecting citizens and property, preventing crime, enforcing laws, and maintaining order.”
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