School Resource Officer Programs - 5 Critical Action Items to Consider

Thursday, May 17th

1:00 - 1:45 PM EST

As students return to the classroom this year, school safety is of utmost importance for district leaders. One prong of a school safety plan is a school resource officer program. Whether you are in the evaluation stage or have an existing school-law enforcement partnership in place, there are critical steps to consider for an effective school resource officer program.

Join us for an interactive webinar presentation to gain insights on:

  • The role of school resource officers
  • How to choose the best person for the job and the types of training needed
  • Fostering a positive relationship between school resource officers and students
  • Establishing an essential agreement between your school district and local law enforcement agency
  • Building a partnership between school-law enforcement and the broader community

Suggested Audiences:

  • Superintendents
  • Directors of Student Services
  • School Board Members
  • School Resource Officers
  • School Principals
  • Pupil Services Staff
  • Prevention and safe schools staff


About Our Presenter

John Rosiak, Founder | Rosiak Associates, LLC

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John Rosiak has more than 30 years of cross-sector experience helping school, law enforcement, mental health, juvenile justice, and other partners develop effective collaborative efforts around safe and healthy youth. Related to today’s webinar, his work supporting school-based law enforcement partnerships has included many groundbreaking publications related to effective SRO programs; innovative training workshops for law enforcement, educators, and others; and numerous presentations at national and state conferences. More information can be found at his website: which features the work of the organization he founded 5 years ago—Prevention Partnerships.

Conversations that change lives.

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