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Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009, discounted room rate is $174.00 plus taxes per night.  Guest are subject to a self-parking fee of $36 per night.

Make your room reservations now!  To secure a room please call 1-800-HILTONS and use code “NASRO” or click here.  One night room and tax deposit is required to confirm a reservation.  Reservations must be made by June 23, 2017 or before the group rooms are sold out, so do not delay.  Prevailing rates may apply after this date or when the group rooms are sold out, whichever occurs first.  Room are subject to availability.

PARKING

Hotel guest are subject to a self-parking fee of $36 daily and $46 daily for valet.  Daily parking for commuters is $41 for self-parking or $49 for valet.

REGISTRATION RATE:

Regular Registration Rate (Jan. 6 – May 31) is $500 for NASRO members and $550 for non-members.

Late Registration Rate (beginning June 1) is $575 for NASRO members and $625 for non-members.

CANCELLATIONS:

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant must be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed. A $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any course location or attendee transfer. Cancellations made by or after July 7, 2017, or no-shows, will forfeit all registration fees.

NASRO reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If NASRO cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of NASRO, you are entitled to a full refund. NASRO is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellations. If NASRO cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

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NASRO COURSES and HOSTED COURSED OFFERED DURING CONFERENCE:

Basic SRO Course (40hr ) Basic begins on Saturday 7/22/2017 at 8:00 a.m. 

Advanced SRO Course (24hr)

SRO Supervisors and Management (24hr)

School CPTED (24hr)

IPMBA Police Cycling Course:  Click here for more information and for equipment requirements

NAPPP Establish a Peer Helping Program for SROs.  (12 hours). NAPPP ESTABLISH A PEER HELPING PROGRAM

**** Pre-registration is required for the above courses.

BREAKOUT TRAINING

NASRO will offer breakout training sessions that are highly relevant to SROs  and educators, and conducted by experts in the field.

LOGISTICS AND OTHER HELPFUL INFORMATION

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 BREAKOUT TRAINING 

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JUST KIDDING PROGRAM

Karaoke

KARAOKE LIVE

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EXHIBIT HALL

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AWARDS

 Washington D.C. July 23-28, 2017

Bring a friend with you and share what THE world’s leader in school-based policing is doing with SROs and educators around the world.

 KEYNOTE PRESENTERS

Deputy Chief Michael Beckman,Long Beach Police Department  Beckman

Beckman is a 28-year veteran of law enforcement. Beckman has experience addressing the diverse and comprehensive impacts of homelessness, mentally ill persons in the criminal justice system, and at-risk youth. Beckman is a native of Long Beach and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Long Beach, and a Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Disaster Management. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute.  Beckman has been honored to address an array of mental health stakeholders, persons affected by mental illness and their families, as well as healthcare workers, law enforcement colleagues, and college students seeking careers in social work.

Tina Frundt, Founder of Courtney’s House

Tina Frundt is a leading figure in the crusade to help children sexually exploited for commercial purposes. Ms. Frundt herself a survivor of domestic sex trafficking; now dedicates her life to helping women and children heal from domestic sex trafficking and commercial sex exploitation.  Since founding Courtney’s House in August 2008, Tina and her organization have helped more than 500 victims escape from being trafficked and find a new life.  She also trains law enforcement and other non-profit groups to help and provide resources to victims.  She is a member of the Washington, D.C. Anti-Trafficking Task Force, and Prince George’s County, Human Trafficking Task Force.

Bernie James, J.D., Professor of LawBernie James

Bernie James, a professor at Pepperdine University, is a contributing editor to the NASRO Journal of School Safety. He specializes in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, and Education Law, and is author of the textbook Education Policy and the Law: Cases and Commentary and numerous articles on law, education, and religion. He lectures in the United States and Canada on constitutional issues, and serves as a commentator for the national and local media discussing U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

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Lt. Murphy began his career in the law enforcement field beginning in 1980 while in the United States Marine Corp.  Upon leaving the Marine Corp in 1985, Lt. Murphy worked for the United Nations, Jefferson (WI) Sheriff Department, and served over 22 years with the Oak Creek Police Department.  In August 2012, Lt. Murphy was the first responding officer to the massacre at Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin which left 6 dead and another 3 wounded. Lt. Murphy was shot 15 times during the gunfight with the suspect. Lt. Murphy has been recognized on both a state and national level for his actions.  Murphy will provide a debriefing of the incident and share how he fought back to active duty and inspire everyone to “never give up”.


GENERAL INFORMATION

The 27th annual NASRO Safe School Conference will be held July 23-28, 2017 in Washington, DC. The NASRO conference will bring together school resource officers, law enforcement, school security/safety professionals, school board members, school administrators, and others to receive superior training and networking opportunities. The conference will incorporate the SRO triad concept of educator, informal counselor, and law enforcement with breakout sessions and nationally known keynote speakers. In addition to the keynote sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, NASRO will offer breakout training sessions that are highly relevant and conducted by experts in the field. Attendees will have the opportunity to receive 30 hours of training; view an exhibit hall with the latest in products, technology and innovations; complete a NASRO Training Course onsite at no additional charge; and interact with SROs, School Administrators, Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police from throughout the country and internationally. Get the training you need, connect with SROs, educators, and school safety experts, and experience the fun and excitement of our national’s capital!

OTHER ACTIVITIES

The NASRO tradition of Karaoke Live Night is a fun event. The 3rd annual Corn Hole tournament will be held, and a very special event at the National Law Enforcement Memorial.

“Just Kidding” program will be offered for children and spouses of conference attendees.The Exhibit Hall will be featured on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Door prizes and raffles. Plenty of networking opportunities.


For more information call (888) 31-NASRO.

2017 Conference Sponsors

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CORPORATE ALLIANCE PROGRAM

Our corporate sponsors provide us the
opportunity to continue to provide the
training, networking and professional
development opportunities for our
members that reflect the NASRO
organization.

 

 

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