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Training 2018-04-12T15:15:24+00:00

The course shall be made available to (1) any law enforcement officer or public school employee referred by the board of education of the public school to which assignment as; a safe schools resource officer or school liaison to law enforcement is sought; (2) any safe schools resource officer or school liaison to law enforcement assigned to a public school prior to the effective date of P.L.2005, c.276 (C.52:17B-71.8 et al.), effective Jan 6, 2006; and (3) any Special Law Enforcement Officer Class III appointed after July 1, 2017.

For more information on this training, please call the New Jersey Association of School Resource officers at 973.486.9453.

This course will provide an overview of school based policing programs nationally and in New Jersey along with recommendations for how to effectively establish and maintain school/police partnerships. The course will discuss the evolution of school based policing, School Resource Officer roles and responsibilities, pitfalls encountered as a result of improper implementation, and strategies for leadership and success in school policing. Topics include:

• Comparing the role of New Jersey Class III SLEOs, SROs, and School Security Personnel
• Evolution of school policing
• 21st Century Policing recommendations for schools
• Safe School-based Enforcement through Collaboration, Understanding, and Respect (SECURe)
• Local Memorandum of Understanding
• School to Prison Pipeline/Restorative Justice
• Leadership in School Safety

Target Audience-Police Responders, School Administrators, School Security Directors, School Security Personnel.
This course will fulfill 8-hours toward the completion of the 80-hour NJASRO School Safety Practitioner Certification.

This course will provide a guideline for effective emergency management practices and collaboration between schools and community partners. The content will take participants through the emergency management cycle as it pertains to schools and those who respond to school emergencies. Topics include:

• Planning Teams
• NJ Mandatory minimum requirements
• Drills/Tabletop Exercises
• School Incident Response
• Law Enforcement Operations
• Emergency School Operations (ICS, Response, Communication, Reunification)

Target Audience – Police Responders, School Administrators, School Security Directors, School Security Personnel.
This course will fulfill 8-hours toward the completion of the 80-hour NJASRO School Safety Practitioner Certification.