The Transformative Role School Resource Officers Have in Reopening Public Schools


08 Jul

The Transformative Role School Resource Officers Have in Reopening Public Schools

The Transformative Role School Resource Officers Have in Reopening Public Schools

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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Public schools were created to provide safe learning environments to evaluate issues that could impact a student’s welfare or impede their success. As we look to reopen schools this fall, keeping in mind COVID-19, racial and mental health concerns, school districts must rethink the role of the school resource officers and school security personnel. 

The responsibility of the SRO is not just aligned to enforcement, they play a pivotal role in cultivating a positive and supportive school culture. The webinar will focus on critical issues and the need for investment in proper training/resources for SROs to help rebuild trust and reshape how they are viewed by students and staff, and the community. 

•    Role as educators
•    Professional development needs
•    Supporting students and employees
•    New infrastructure pattern and plan

Learning Objectives:
1.    Understand financial implications, budget or cost, of professional development for SRO and security personnel.
2.    Understand the all-encompassing role and responsibilities of the SRO as it relates to educationalist and adviser for students.
3.    Outline considerations for school board leaders as they evaluate current policies as they apply to the needs of students’ social emotional wellbeing.



Thank you for registering for NSBA’s live webinar The Transformative Role School Resource Officers Have in Reopening Public Schools on July 8, 2020, from 1:00 to 2:30 pm, Eastern Time.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WEBINAR:

Please click the link, https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88044216433?pwd=RHhkQWNpNlJIS3djaTJWUzFJUWRXZz09 10 minutes prior to the webinar on July 8. 

The webinar audio will broadcast through your PC speaker system so you will not need to dial-in to listen. Please verify that your computer speakers are on and the volume is not set too low.  Should you have a problem with your computer sound, click on the Request Teleconference icon and call the number provided for the audio broadcast.

Should you have any issues connecting to the webinar, please contact NSBA at 703/838-6722.

WEBINAR CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations and requests for a refund must be made in writing to the NSBA Registrar at either registration@nsba.org no less than 14 days prior to the event. After that date, no refund will be issued, however you may transfer your registration to another participant.