NASRO is pleased to announce a new staff position – Director of Operations. NASRO will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00 CST on November 7, 2016. Completed applications 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. Click here for the Director of Operations Job Description and NASRO Employment Application . Direct questions to Janet Hyatt, NASRO Executive Assistant. NASRO is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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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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”
Besides providing security, school resource officers can build positive relationships with students that have lasting value. That’s what NASRO second vice-president D.J. Schoeff told the Anderson (SC) Independent Mail newspaper for a follow-up story to the fatal shootings at a Townville,
NASRO board member Rudy Perez appeared in a segment of “Aqui y Ahora” (Here and Now), a weekly news magazine program on the Spanish-language network, Univision. Watch the segment.
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.