The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) is dedicated to providing the highest quality of training to school-based law enforcement officers to promote safer schools and safer children. NASRO, the world’s leader in school-based policing, is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1991 with an unrelenting commitment to school safety. Learn more about NASRO and school policing.
School resource officers, law enforcement officers, school administrators, school board members, school safety professionals and others interested in protecting schools enjoy many benefits, including those listed below. Join or renew now!
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NASRO is pleased to announce a new staff position – Grants Assistant. We will be accepting application for this position until 4:00 CST on January 27, 2017. Completed application with cover letter and resume (required) may be returned to the NASRO office via U.S. Mail or by electronic mail to email@example.com. Direct questions to Janet Hyatt, NASRO Executive Assistant. NASRO is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
“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),
“We can create the necessary relationships and make a positive impact on the way police are perceived in the community.”
That’s part of what NASRO region three director Aaron Vanatta told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for an article about the NASRO Basic School Resource Officer Course he taught near Pittsburgh.
School resource officers have a crucial role to play in developing a positive reputation for police officers, and departments, across the country. If kids learn not to fear police officers in schools, the chances are they may get along with them later when they’re adults.
The last thing parents or teachers should do when they hear about a threat against a school is keep the information to themselves. That’s what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told U.S News and World Report for a story about dealing with “creepy clown”