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 you mad, but there’s a certain part of that that’s just adolescence,” Mo told the “Times.”

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