The Wiley College
For emergencies — dial 9 +911 from your desk top phone.
Dial 711 from any desktop phone on the Wiley College campus to be connected with campus security immediately.
For campus Non-Emergencies, or from cellular devices, please dial (903) 930-1637
Mission & Values Statement
We the members of the Wiley College Police Department, are committed to providing professional, ethical, courteous and compassionate service to our campus and community through dedication and teamwork.
We will administer the law in a fair and equitable manner taking into consideration not only the letter of the law but also the spirit of the law.
We encourage innovation and technology that enhance the professionalism of the department, growth of the individual and the quality of life on Wiley’s campus.
We as members of the Wiley College Police Department possess a great sense of pride in serving on campus and the community in our chosen profession. We are……. committed to our faculty, staff, students, visitors, and community.
Chief of Police
Chief Latriesha Grandy has over 17 years of law enforcement experience. A 2005 graduate of the East Texas Police Academy. She worked for the Texarkana Texas PD for 13 years where she served as patrolman, field training officer, detective and School resource officer. She specialized in working juvenile crime and crimes against persons (assaults, sexual assaults, homicides). In 2018 she began working with the Texarkana Independent School District. In 2019 she established the Maud ISD Police Department. She served as Chief of Police, criminal justice teacher and behavior threat assessment team leader. She holds a Master Peace Officer license and basic instructor certification from the Texas commission on law enforcement (TCOLE). She is a Stop the Bleed instructor and standard response protocol trainer. She has taught basic academy and continuing education courses in multiculturalism, cultural diversity, family violence, dating violence, use of force, special investigative topics, asset forfeiture, racial profiling and Bullying. She has degrees in Child Development and Liberal Arts from Texarkana College and Texas A&M University-Texarkana. An advocate of community oriented policing she strives to establish a lasting relationship between the Wiley College police and the community it serves.