In The Media
NASRO provides school safety expertise to San Diego newspaper
NASRO executive director Mo Canady provided an expert’s perspective on school safety after a rash of threats phoned to San Diego high schools kept more than 21,000 students in locked-down classrooms as police systematically swept 11 campuses.
“You’re typically dealing with someone who is looking to disrupt the normal flow,
NASRO addresses special education, school discipline on talk show
NASRO executive director Mo Canady spoke about school resource officers (SRO), special needs students and school discipline during an appearance on a Web-based radio talk show, Education Talk Radio Aug. 20, 2015.
With regard to special needs students,
Not looking to make arrests
“The majority of SROs we work with are going into this job not with the idea of seeing how many kids they can arrest,” NASRO executive director Mo Canady told a reporter from the Christian Science Monitor. The Monitor included that and other quotes of Canady in its August 13 article,
School discipline is not the role of the school resource officer
An August 4, 2015 story in “Education Week” quotes NASRO executive director Mo Canady explaining how a civil lawsuit against a Kentucky school resource officer (SRO) is an example of why SROs need to stay out of school discipline.
1,500 school resource officers practice safety at Orlando conference
Orlando’s News 13 covered the national NASRO conference July 7, 2015. The Web version of their story mentions several aspects of the conference.