Sgt. Travis Mitchell
Sergeant Mitchell assists in leading the School Safety Division for the Frederick County, Virginia, Sheriff’s Office. He oversees the daily operations of team members, who provide law enforcement support, guidance, and law related education for the school community. He is a 19-year veteran in law enforcement, serving the last 8 years with the School Safety Division. Since joining the School Safety Division, Sergeant Mitchell has helped organize and implement numerous programs within the division, and a vital contributor in developing a school / law enforcement partnership with Frederick County Public Schools and Bright Futures. In addition, Sergeant Mitchell serves on several boards throughout the community, to include his role as Co-Chair with Bright Futures Frederick/Winchester advisor board.
Sergeant Mitchell holds other positions and certifications such as SAR Team Leader, D.A.R.E instructor, Stop the Bleed instructor and Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events instructor.
Sergeant, School Safety Division, Frederick County, Virginia, Sheriff’s Office
Sgt. Travis Mitchell: Sessions
November 2, 2022 | 9:45 am – 10:45 am | Leadership Panel
Comprehensive School Safety in Action
It takes a leadership team to build safe schools and bright futures. Join this multidisciplinary team of leaders from Frederick County Public Schools, Virginia as they share the vision, strategy, people, and programs that work together to keep their students and teachers safe and sound.
- Panelists: Teresa Ritenour, 1st Lt. Jason Cornwell, Sheriff Lenny Millholland, Sgt. Travis Mitchell, and Michele Gay (Moderator)
This Midwest School Safety Summit is brought by Safe and Sound Schools in partnership with Missouri School Boards’ Association Center for Education Safety.