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NASRO exec. dir. Canady quoted in Wall Street Journal

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
“It is clear to us that communities continue to add more school resource officers.” That’s how the Wall Street Journal quoted NASRO executive director Mo Canady in a May 21, 2015 story, “Spending on School Security Rises.” Writer Caroline Porter reported that NASRO has been flooded with requests for summer training sessions to more»

“When we have to arrest somebody, something has failed”

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
March 4, 2015 — An article in the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch quotes NASRO executive director Mo Canady explaining how properly trained school resource officers can have a positive impact, through a collaborative effort with the school and police department. The article mentions that NASRO trains officers to educate, counsel and protect, promoting a more»

“So much more than just trying to prepare for an active shooter”

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
Feb. 1, 2015 — An Al Jazeera America article quoted NASRO executive director Mo Canady explaining that being a school resource officer (SRO) is about much more than law enforcement. SROs teach safety education in classrooms — whether stranger danger to young kids or distracted driving to high school teens — and also serve as informal more»

Demand for school resource officers rises

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
Aug. 6, 2014 – NASRO Executive Director Mo Canady appeared in a story on the ABC Affiliate in Birmingham, Ala.

NASRO exec. dir. appears on Pittsburgh news-talk radio

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
July 8, 2014 — NASRO executive director Mo Canady appeared as a guest on Pittsburgh news-talk radio station KDKA to discuss the roles of school resource officers. Listen to a recording of the interview.

School resource officers and the quest for safer schools

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
Original Video TRANSCRIPT JOHN LARSON: And now, back to school safety. In the year since the Newtown massacre, the national focus has been on gun laws and mental health programs. But largely out of sight, thousands of schools have implemented changes they hope will keep their students safe. For more about this, we are joined now from Phoenix by Kevin Quinn. more»

School resource officer need growing after school shootings

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
Not only are laws becoming more strict, but more school districts are adding officers on campus. Many of our Central Alabama school districts have resource officers in place. Officers, who can not only help stop an active shooter situation, but also help students deal with the trauma. In those types of situations, the school resource officers are the often more»

COPS Office Podcast

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020
NASRO Executive Director Mo Canady on the COPS Monthly Podcast series discussing Police in Schools. Click here to download MP3