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NASRO: More school police don’t mean more arrests — TIME Magazine

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“There’s no way law enforcement referrals can be up if SROs are doing the job the right and way and building relationships,” NASRO executive director Mo Canady told a “TIME magazine” reporter. “Numbers are down overall, so how are we getting so much criticism for putting kids in jail if numbers are so dramatically down more»

NASRO member loves being teacher, informal counselor — PBS NewsHour

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“One of the reasons I became a police officer is to help people,” writes NASRO member Justin Schlottman in an essay on the website of PBS NewsHour. “I received training from the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO), an organization of which I am a member, to not only be an agent of law enforcement in the school, but more»

Well-trained school resource officers reduce arrests — NASRO in L.A. Times

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
When school resource officers are well trained and work closely with school officials, arrests in schools go down rather than up, NASRO executive director Mo Canady told the “Los Angeles Times.” “It takes such a unique officer to do this job. Kids are going to say things you’re not going to like, they’re probably going to make more»

School resource officer role is relationships, not discipline – NASRO on CNN

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“This is not a security guard program. We aren’t supposed to be handling discipline issues either. We are there to build relationships with students, teach them about the law and serve as another trusted adult they can turn to.” That’s what NASRO executive director Mo Canady told a reporter from CNN. Mo also told CNN that when SRO more»

NASRO SRO training: Avoid student arrests

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“Most SROs, certainly the ones that come through our training and are part of our membership, are consistently about reducing arrests. I wish everyone came through us for training, because that’s one of our big messages: don’t go in and try to see how many kids you can arrest. The idea is to be in the building, helping to keep it safe, not more»

NASRO tells CNN police should stay out of school discipline

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“If there were an assault involved or a weapon involved, or the student were threatening the teacher, that would prompt law enforcement involvement, or should. If it was an incident where the student is just refusing to comply with the teacher, or not wanting to participate, that’s a school discipline incident and not necessarily a place for law more»

Rupturing the school-to-prison pipeline: Indy Star prints letter from NASRO board member

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“Thousands of NASRO members, school administrators and other school safety personnel agree that school-to-prison pipelines should not exist. Rather than eliminating school-based police, however, the way to rupture these pipelines or to prevent them is to ensure that all law enforcement officers who are assigned to school campuses are properly selected more»

Boston public radio quotes NASRO executive director on school police

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“Sometimes people will say, ‘all that’s happening (when police officers work in schools) is you’re going in and arresting more kids and putting them in the juvenile justice system,’” NASRO executive director Mo Canady told Boston Public Radio station WGBH. “And I have to tell you that if the program’s done the more»