WFPD Honors Women’s History Month


Officer Kristine Henning

Officer Kristine Henning was born and raised in Wichita Falls, Texas and graduated from Holliday High School.  She began her career in law enforcement for the Wichita Falls Police Department in 1990. She attended the DARE Officer Training in 1998 and is currently assigned to the Community Services Unit.

Officer Henning’s duties include teaching DARE on a full time basis to Elementary and Jr. High schools in Wichita Falls along with helping to conduct the Jr. Police Academy classes. She also conducts trainings and safety programs for all ages of the community.

Officer Henning holds a Master Peace Officer certificate, TCOLE Instructor certification, and is a Certified Crime Prevention Specialist.  She has served as a Field Training Officer, cross-trained as a Crime Stopper Liaison Officer and is the Liaison Officer for the WFPD Chaplains.  She has been awarded 4 Civic Achievement Awards.  She is currently the vice president for the Texas DARE Officers Association.

“I am honored to work for the Wichita Falls Police Department.  I am proud of the men and women I work with, they are among the most dedicated and professional anywhere and we are extremely blessed to have a community that supports us.”

In her free time she enjoys spending time with my family, traveling, and watching sports.

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