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April 24, 2016 — HOOVER, Ala. — Long Beach, Calif., Deputy Police Chief Michael Beckman will open the July National Association of School Resource Officers’ (NASRO) school safety conference in Washington,
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“We have to make sure that our officers understand that the way our schoolhouse is policed is far different from the strategies that you use on the street.” That’s part of what NASRO president Don Bridges told Washington, DC TV station NBC 4 for a story about NASRO’s work to promote best practices in school policing.
“Although we are law enforcement, that is the last-resort function that we have.”
That’s part of what NASRO Second Vice President DJ Schoeff told the Associated Press about the nationally recognized school resource officer training we provide.
DJ also said building relationships,
A Kansas elementary school principal called NASRO’s “Crime Prevention through Environmental Design” course “eye-opening,” according to an article in the Derby Informer of Derby, Kansas. The newspaper reported that several administrators completed the course, during which they learned how a physical environment influences three types of human behavior: legitimate users (people using things for their intended purpose),