Besides providing security, school resource officers can build positive relationships with students that have lasting value. That’s what NASRO second vice-president D.J. Schoeff told the Anderson (SC) Independent Mail newspaper for a follow-up story to the fatal shootings at a Townville, SC elementary school. Schoeff also said that school districts that “really understand” the importance of school resource officers tend to find the money to pay for them. Read the story.