District 2 SRO's

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Meet your District 2 SRO's

Officer Charles Calloway

I have been with the Colorado Springs Police Department since February 2006.  I have been a member of the Public Order Response Team (PORT), Major Crash Unit, and Special Response Team (SRT).  I am a Police Training Officer and had trained several officers.  I have participated in the hiring of new candidates for the Colorado Springs Police Department and mentored new officers.

Before Law Enforcement I was a Combat Engineer with the United States Army.  I served from 1993 through 2000.  I started as a School Resource Officer at Palmer High School and am currently the SRO at Sierra High School.  I joined the SRO unit to help the community by making positive connections with the youth in the community through schools.  I want students at the schools to make positive decisions in their lives and achieve success.

In my off time, I enjoy doing construction projects and events with my family. 

Officer Calloway's schools

Harrison High School

Sierra High School

Officer Ryan Knapp

I grew up in an Army family so I grew up living around the world, however, I went to High School and College in Kentucky. After college, I joined the Army and served 4 years in the Military Police Corps. I am a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

When I got out of the Army, I was a security contractor for the U.S. Government before getting hired by the Colorado Springs Police Department in 2011. I have worked patrol in every division and have also served three years as a detective in the Special Victims Section. I wanted to be a School Resource Officer because it’s a fun and rewarding position. I think it is a good mix of police work and community relations.

When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my family.

Officer Knapp's schools

Carmel Community School

Fox Meadow Middle School

Panorama Middle School

Mountain Vista Community School

Officer Alisha Marrs (D2 Rover)

I’ve lived in Colorado Springs since 2002 and joined the Colorado Springs Police Department as a Police Officer in 2016. I’ve worked as a patrol officer at the Sand Creek Division and the Stetson Hills Division. I’m a Police Training Officer and have been a member of the Domestic Violence Subject Matter Expert Program. I spent 3 years as a Detective in the Crimes Against Children Unit. In 2022, I left the Crimes Against Children Unit to join the School Resource Officer Unit.

Prior to working for the Colorado Springs Police Department, I was in the United States Air Force Reserves as Security Forces (Military Police) and spent time working with Special Operations. I also worked in nursing for several years and have experience in several different fields of nursing to include working with children with different types of disabilities.

I became a School Recourse Officer because I love working with children and helping them grow. I look forward to making positive connections with the youth of the community through the schools and helping them make positive decisions that lead to their success. In my off time, I enjoy traveling, hiking, exploring, learning new things, reading, spending time with family and yoga. I also enjoy soccer, dancing and cheerleading.