Sergeant Deleon graduated from El Campo High School and, upon graduation, enlisted in the United States Army, where he served for four years. Sergeant Deleon lived in the desert for eight months while he was deployed to Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq. After his time in the service, Sergeant Deleon returned home and enrolled in the Wharton County Jr. College Police Academy. Sergeant Deleon has worked for Matagorda Sheriff’s Dept, Bay City ISD, and Freeport PD. He started working for AISD PD in September 2012.
Officer Boling was an HPD officer for 32 years, while also serving as an HISD campus officer on days off from his duties at HPD. As a Master Peace Officer he has extensive training in a number of law enforcement subjects, such as human behavior, response to an active shooter, drug awareness and high-risk tactics. He feels extremely honored to be entrusted with the safety of Angleton ISD’s students and staff. It is Officer Boling's mission to make sure all students and staff feel, and are, kept safe, every time they are on a school campus or at a school event.
Officer Farr was born and raised in Houston Texas and graduated high school from Ross Shaw Sterling High School in 2004. In 2007, Officer Farr started his law enforcement career with Fort Bend County Sheriff Office as a Correctional Officer and Field Training Officer. In 2009, he attended Gus George Law Enforcement Academy Class 24. Officer Farr spent the next two years as a Bailiff at the Fort Bend County Justice Center. Officer Farr has also worked for the City of Arcola, where he worked his way through the ranks from Patrol Officer to Field Training Officer to Administration Sergeant. He has over 10 years of law enforcement experience. Officer Farr wants to be a major contributor to ensuring the safety and care of the students and staff here at Angleton ISD. He holds a number of certifications and is continuing his education through training. Officer Farr is also a loving father and husband and has two boys who are very active in baseball.
Officer Payton was born in Houston, Texas. She has two children and has been blessed with two grandchildren. Officer Payton graduated from Evan E. Worthing High School with Highest Honors and was on the cheerleading squad. After High School, she attended Texas Southern University for three years where she studied Telecommunication, as well as being a cheerleader her freshman year. Officer Payton will soon be going back to school to pursue a bachelor's degree. Officer Payton attended and graduated from the Houston Community College for Law Enforcement, receiving the “Top Cop Award” for the class of 05G on April 5, 2006. She has over 12 years’ experience working for a school district. Officer Payton is very grateful and honored that she was one of the chosen to serve and protect the Angleton ISD students, staff and visitors. She hold several certifications, including a Master Certification, but her greatest accomplishment is making a difference in the lives of our future (students).
Officer Payton has two sayings, “it’s all about the kids and not about me” and “not on my watch.” Officer Payton vows she will protect and safeguard the students, staff, and visitors for the Angleton Independent School District with every ounce of her being.
Officer Rivas is a proud graduate of the Angleton High School class of 2007. Upon graduating he joined the United States Marines and served active duty until 2012. In 2014 Officer Rivas attended the police academy and then began his police career at Lake Jackson Police Department in 2015. During his time at Lake Jackson Officer Rivas was able to obtain his Field Training Officer certification. Officer Rivas moved to the Austin area were he continued his law enforcement career until he decided to return to his home roots and took an opportunity to join Angleton ISD Police Department. Officer Rivas' training and experience in cludes criminal interdiction, narcotics and deceptive behaviors.
Walsh graduated from Cypress Lake High School in Fort Myers, Florida. He attended the Niagara County Community College in New York, receiving an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice, then went on to Buffalo State College to get a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. He enlisted in the United States Army for 5 years as a military police officer after college and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2014. After being stationed in Hawaii and Texas, he received an honorable discharge in February 2018. He joined the AISD PD in February 2018. Officer Walsh received his Master's degree in Criminal Justice in October 2019 and is currently working on his 2nd Master's degree in Public Administration. Officer Walsh looks forward to the years to come serving the faculty, staff, and students of the district as the district's K9 officer.
Officer Moreno started his law enforcement career working with Columbia-Brazoria ISD Police Department, after which he got hired by the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office and worked for the BCSO for 9 years. While working with the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office, Officer Moreno was assigned to the Narcotic Division, Jail Division, Patrol Division, and SRT (Special Response Team). Officer Moreno is currently still enlisted in the United States Army. Officer Moreno graduated from the College of the Mainland and earned an associate degree in Criminal Justice. Officer Moreno is glad to come back home to where he graduated from Angleton High School and serve his community.
Officer Killgore was born and raised in League City, Texas. Wishing to make a difference in the community, Officer Killgore went through the Police Academy at Brazosport College and began working as a Jailer for the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office and then promoted to patrol officer. Officer Killgore made the move to school based law enforcement in 2020 so that he could work with a smaller community, where he believes he could have more impact by practicing proactive policing, rather than reactive policing. Officer Killgore hopes that he can be a positive role model to the students of Angleton ISD and looks forward to working with the students and staff.
Secretary to the Chief of Police
Being a military brat, Mrs Gentry went to four different high schools, landing in Bakersfield California. Mrs. Gentry has always loved to help people and began her dispatching career with a local ambulance company. Mrs. Gentry went on to work for two local law enforcement agencies, as a natural progression of her career. While visiting Angleton Mrs. Gentry met her husband. She moved to Angleton in March of 1991 and went to work for the Angleton Police Department and Pearland Police Department before quitting to raise her children.
In 2003 Mrs. Gentry went back to college to finish a quest she started 21 years prior, to get her Associate's degree. Mrs. Gentry completed her degree in 2006 while working full-time and being a full-time mom. She then went back to college again, receiving her Bachelor’s degree in September 2016 in Business Management, Human Resources. Mrs. Gentry has always had a love of learning new things and continues to love helping people. Working in a school environment enables Mrs. Gentry to feed both of those passions.