SROs

Read: Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

A man entered Frederick Douglass High School last week and shot a special education assistant for disciplining his sister.

Read: 4 N.C. Middle Schoolers Face Charges for Alleged ‘Columbine-style’ Plot

4 N.C. Middle Schoolers Face Charges for Alleged ‘Columbine-style’ Plot

After students reported the threats to the school, law enforcement found messages on Instagram discussing the plan.

Read: Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

The accused father allegedly tried to pick his son up from the Texas elementary school without permission and was arrested by police.

Read: Lunch Monitor, SRO Praised for Stopping Armed Man in N.C. High School

Lunch Monitor, SRO Praised for Stopping Armed Man in N.C. High School

An administrative staff member, assistant principal and SRO all played their part in keeping Smith High School students safe and apprehending an armed man.

Read: SRO Exchanges Gunfire With Expelled Illinois High School Student

SRO Exchanges Gunfire With Expelled Illinois High School Student

The Dixon High School SRO is being praised for his quick response to the school shooting.

Read: More Schools, Colleges to Improve Campus Security After Fla. Shooting

More Schools, Colleges to Improve Campus Security After Fla. Shooting

The governor of Maryland has proposed a $125 million school security plan, which would be paid for by casino revenue received by the state.

Read: Marjory Stoneman Douglas Tragedy Prompts School Security Upgrade Proposals

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Tragedy Prompts School Security Upgrade Proposals

Districts and local and state governments are investigating ways to upgrade school safety as a result of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting.

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: Why Wyoming SROs Should Join WYSRO

Why Wyoming SROs Should Join WYSRO

Manny Fardella of WYSRO describes the benefits of participating in this association.

Read: Pennsylvania School Safety Grant Winners Announced

Pennsylvania School Safety Grant Winners Announced

$6.5 million in competitive grants have been awarded for the training and compensation of SROs and school police officers, and to prevent and reduce violence.

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