Hotel rates are only $159 (plus taxes) per night. Rate is good until June 7, 2021, or until the NASRO block is filled. Reservations can be made by clicking HERE or by calling Rosen Shingle Creek directly at 1-866-996-6338. In doing so, please request the group rate for the National Association of School Resource Officers. Self-parking is FREE for conference attendees. Valet parking is $18/day.
Rosen Shingle Creek® is conveniently located at 9939 Universal Boulevard, just off of the Beachline Expressway (SR 528, Exit #2). This ideal location is also minutes away from Orlando’s world-famous attractions like Universal Orlando®, Aquatica, SeaWorld Orlando®*, and others. Click HERE for information and directions to the hotel.
Conference Registration Rate:
EARLY BIRD Conference Registration Rate:
Early Bird registration is only $450 and includes a one-year NASRO membership. To take advantage of this outstanding value, you must register, and pay, by January 1, 2021. Registrations that are unpaid on January 1, 2021 will be cancelled.
REGULAR Conference Registration Rate:
Regular Conference registration is $500 for current NASRO members and $550 for non-members. You may register at this rate from January 2 - June 15. 2021.
LATE Conference Registration Rate:
Beginning June 16, 2021 conference registration will be $575 for current NASRO members and $625 for non-members.
NASRO Courses Offered At Conference
If you would like to register for one of these classes, do NOT register for the conference, register for the class, and your conference registration will be included in your class registration.
Basic SRO Course (40-hour course)
Advanced SRO Course (24-hour course)
SRO Supervisors and Management (24-hour course)
If the class you would like to attend is full, please email Wodrian Adolphus at email@example.com and she will put you on a waiting list.
Cancellation requests must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make the subject line of your email CANCEL CONFERENCE. If the registration fee has already been paid, a refund will be issued. Cancellations made on or after June 15, 2021, or no-shows to the conference, 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.
Make plans NOW to attend the
NATIONAL SCHOOL SAFETY CONFERENCE
July 11-16, 2021
Bernie James, J.D., Professor of Law at Pepperdine University (CA), School Law Update
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 the 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.
Dr. Peter Langman, Preventing School Shootings
Dr. Langman is a psychologist whose research on school shooters has received international recognition. His book, Why Kids Kill: Inside the Minds of School Shooters, was named an Outstanding Academic Title and was translated into German, Dutch, and Finnish. His work has been cited in congressional testimony on Capitol Hill and he has been interviewed by the New York Times, The Today Show, 20/20, Nightline, Fox, CNN, the BBC, and 400 other news outlets in the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. After the Sandy Hook attack, the CEO of the American Psychological Association presented Dr. Langman’s recommendations on school safety to President Obama. He has presented at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, and been hired by Homeland Security to train professionals in school safety. He maintains the largest online collection of materials relating to school shooters at schoolshooters.info, including over 500 documents totaling 60,000 pages. His latest book is School Shooters: Understanding High School, College, and Adult Perpetrators. In 2018, Dr. Langman became a researcher with the National Threat Assessment Center of the United States Secret Service.
Chief Tony Pustizzi, Active Killer and School Violence Preparedness
Chief Tony Pustizzi (retired) began his career with the Coral Springs Police Department in 1988. Over his 30-year tenure, he supervised every unit within the agency with a strong emphasis on investigations, including homicide and special victims. Tony served on the SWAT team for 15 years where the last eight he was team commander. Tony rose through the ranks to ultimately become chief of police in 2012. He also served as the city’s interim city manager and retired in March 2018 as the chief of police/deputy city manager. In January 2019, Tony came out of retirement to serve as the special counsel to the new sheriff of Broward County upon his appointment by the governor of the state of Florida.
During the school massacre on February 14, 2018, where a former student entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida and killed 17 innocent people and injured another 17 students, Chief Pustizzi, along with members of his agency, arrived at the school within minutes of being notified and was instrumental in organizing a complex law enforcement approach, including stopping and capturing the killer and extracting victims from within the school was initiated.