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Done right, school resource officer programs decrease student arrests, not increase them. That’s what NASRO executive director Mo Canady said during a podcast produced by Campus Safety magazine. Canady also said that police officers who are in schools to make arrests are there for the wrong reason.
Sep. 8, 2016 – Hoover, Ala. – The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) issued the following statement regarding today’s school policing recommendations from the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice. The statement below may be attributed to NASRO executive director Mo Canady.
“These threats have to be taken seriously, but if there’s one thing we’ve learned, we don’t have to totally disrupt what’s going on in schools.” That part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady advised a senior editor of the American School Board Journal for an article about bomb threats in the journal’s August,
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July 13, 2016 – ANAHEIM, Calif. – The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) today presented its Floyd Ledbetter National School Resource Officer of the Year Award to Officer David Fernandez,
“Our focus is a lot more on building relationships; and building that relationship between law enforcement and youth in the community.” That’s what NASRO Second Vice President-elect D.J. Schoeff told Indianapolis TV station WISH during a five-minute interview segment on the role of school resource officers.