Ind. Schools Employ Safety Officer With Grant Money

Published: August 12, 2010

TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind.—The Tippecanoe School Corp. (TSC) will add a new school resource officer (SRO) to monitor campuses.

Tippecanoe County officials approved to use $49,000 in grant money to pay for the SRO, according to JCOnline. Sheriff Tracy Brown told the council that if the grant funds to support the SRO are depleted – which come from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute – he would eliminate the position. The grant is renewable for up to three years.

Currently, an SRO is present in TSC high schools; however, middle schools and other areas requiring monitoring will benefit from the addition of the new officer.

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