National Association of Resource Officers NASRO

Read: School Safety Experts Release Updated Guidance on Conducting Armed Assailant Drills in Schools

School Safety Experts Release Updated Guidance on Conducting Armed Assailant Drills in Schools

It is imperative that safety drills of any kind do not unintentionally trigger or exacerbate students’ or staff sense of risk or trauma. 

Read: Auburn City SRO Finds Unique Way to Connect with Students

Auburn City SRO Finds Unique Way to Connect with Students

To humanize himself to students, Officer Ron Askelson created a vision board showcasing both his professional and personal life.

Read: NASRO to Lead Development of Standardized Violence Prevention Protocol for Schools

NASRO to Lead Development of Standardized Violence Prevention Protocol for Schools

Grant-funded project to include training curriculum and guide on best practices.

Read: 22 Accidental Shootings on School Grounds Since 2012, AP Finds

22 Accidental Shootings on School Grounds Since 2012, AP Finds

The accidental shootings involved both law enforcement officers and armed teachers and the injured included officers, staff and students.

Read: 2 Armed Wisconsin Students Shot by Officers in 2 Days

2 Armed Wisconsin Students Shot by Officers in 2 Days

In one of the incidents, a school resource officer at Oshkosh West High School was stabbed in his office by a student following an altercation.

Read: P.A. Governor Signs Bill Arming School Security Personnel

P.A. Governor Signs Bill Arming School Security Personnel

Gun control activists are concerned the wording of the bill indicates teachers in Pennsylvania schools are also allowed to carry firearms.

Read: Douglas County Has Fewest SROs by Student Population

Douglas County Has Fewest SROs by Student Population

The Denver Post found that the Douglas County School District has 2,980 middle school and high school students per one SRO.

Read: Douglas County to Put $10 Million Toward School Safety After STEM Shooting

Douglas County to Put $10 Million Toward School Safety After STEM Shooting

Douglas County commissioners unanimously voted Monday night to redirect the money using left over property tax revenue from 2018.

Read: School Resource Officers Deserve Trump’s Support, Not His Insults

School Resource Officers Deserve Trump’s Support, Not His Insults

Trump’s claim that school resource officers don’t love and know the students in their care is not true and threatens to demoralize all law enforcement, not just the police officers responsible for protecting our schools.

Read: NASRO Announces Opposition to Arming Teachers

NASRO Announces Opposition to Arming Teachers

The group recommends significant federal, state and local funding to place at least one specially trained school resource officer in each American school.

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