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One year after Parkland, NASRO trains school resource officers the same — WVTM TV
“I don’t know that anything has really changed about the role that an SRO plays from our perspective,” NASRO executive director Mo Canady told WVTM TV when asked how things might have changed since the Feb. 14, 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland,
School resource officers prevent more incidents than public knows — NASRO to PoliceOne
“One of the things the public doesn’t see is how many SROs stop these kinds of situations (school shootings) before a round is ever fired. Through building relationships with students, SROs gain valuable intelligence and are able to investigate and stop these things before they ever become an issue.”
That’s just a part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady shared with PoliceOne.com for a comprehensive article on the value,
School Resource Officers must be ready to protect — NASRO to Vermont Public Radio
“Every day when I woke up and put on my duty belt I thought, ‘This could be the day when someone comes into my school and tries to do harm to the students that I care for and that I protect.’”
Prepare students for active shooters without terrifying them — NASRO to AP
“We need to be as prepared as we can, but it doesn’t mean that we’ve got to terrify students to get them prepared.” That’s part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told the Associated Press for a story about active shooter drills in schools.
2012 Sandy Hook tragedy led to epic school safety change — NASRO to WBRC TV
“I knew as that was unfolding, we were facing another really epic change in school safety.” That’s part of what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told WBRC FOX6 News for a story about school security changes that have occurred since the 2012 Sandy Hook tragedy.
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