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“We want to always be looking at that balance between helping kids feel safe at school, and be safe at school, but not feeling like they’re going to school in a prison environment.”
That’s what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told NBC News for a story on how school security has changed five years after the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in Newtown,
Organization honors others for exceptional service, leadership, innovative teaching
Editors: A high-resolution portrait of SRO-of-the-year Sperry is available upon request. See contact info below.
July 25, 2017 – WASHINGTON – The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) today presented its Floyd Ledbetter National School Resource Officer of the Year Award to Deputy Dan Sperry,
NASRO executive director Mo Canady appeared on a recent episode of the Education Talk Radio podcast. He discussed our national school safety conference, July 23-28, in Washington, D.C. Hear the entire interview.
National Association of School Resource Officers annual conference scheduled for July in DC
Editors: Contact Jani Spede (info below) for full-access conference press credentials.
May 22, 2017 — HOOVER, Ala. — Valuable information on social media preceded the vast majority of recent incidents of violence in the nation’s schools.
“In a school environment, as you learn this role, you learn that you have other resources around to help with that situation, which might very well cause you to not have to make an arrest.” That’s what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told Alabama Public Radio during an interview for a story about NASRO’s first-even National Leadership Summit.