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Security/School Resource Officer

The mission of Culver City Unified School District's Security Department is to provide the best care, safety and security to all students, teachers, faculty and staff, and to protect all property of the District. This will be accomplished by utilizing innovative and progressive security methods that will positively contribute to our educational environment.


Security Department

4501 Elenda Street

Culver City, CA 90230

(310) 842-4200 Ext. 3334

(310) 842-4360 Fax


Ted Ronchetti, Security Supervisor

(310) 842-4200 Ext. 3334


Roger Rosas, Security Dispatch

(310) 842-4200 Ext. 3003

District Office Lobby Attendant

(310) 842-4220 Ext. 4251


Security Patrol - Schools are patrolled 7 days a week.  The district’s patrol officer can be reached at (310) 291-3731


Detective Victor Garcia joined the U.S. Marine Corps  after high school where he served for about six years.  During his time in the military, he spent most of his time training with infantry units in Camp Pendleton, San Diego and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He also went on a six month training deployment overseas, where he spent time in Peru, Panama, and the Dominican Republic.


After leaving the military, he attended the Rio Hondo Police Academy in 2005 and became a police officer. He was hired by the Los Angeles County Police Department and also worked as a Deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.


In 2011, Detective Garcia joined the Culver City Police Department. For the past three years, he was assigned to the Adult Detective Section, where he investigated property crimes.  CCUSD is excited to have him as our new School Resource Officer (SRO).  Detective Garcia is honored to be the SRO and looks forward to maintaining a close and effective relationship with the Culver City School District students, staff, parents, and administrators.  Detective Garcia may be contacted at (310) 253-6319.


A dedicated SRO is just a part of our tremendously close and effective relationship with the Culver City Police Department. The district/school works with CCPD on a variety of emergency drills and has constant communication between CCPD and our CCUSD security team.


Other important numbers:


CCPD non-emergency number: (310) 837-1221


WeTip (anonymous hotline for reporting crime and bullying): or 800-78-CRIME