This 2-day course will provide officers the skills and knowledge necessary to work as a competent SRO in the school environment. Being an SRO is much more than just re-locating a police officer from a patrol position to inside a school building. In order to be SUCCESSFUL; School Resource Officers will have to make changes in their policing mentality, understand the value of available resources and requires specific knowledge of the critical rules and laws that govern school policing. Areas like miranda, search and seizure, free speech and expression are considerably different in schools than anywhere else. Working with special populations (autistic and special needs) students, parent interaction, class presentation and many more subjects are covered.
This course is specifically designed for TWO DAYS of pertinent information, no fluff.
>Building positive working • relationships.
>Search/seizure in the school • environment.
>Landmark U. S. Supreme • Court Rulings (School).
>E.S.C.A.P.E.- Active shooter • guide for (Staff/student)
>Active Incident Management
>Platform • Juvenile issues:
>E-cigarette (vaping), drug trends • etc.
>Autistic students; special traits and considerations.
>Intro to CSTAG
>Cube policing philosophy Intro to CPTED
>Teaching tips and more…
Justin Chapman (Ret.Capt.) served 28 yrs. as a police officer of which decades were spent working as, with or supervising SRO’s. He has been teaching this course to school and law enforcement personnel since 2007, while adjusting some subject matter in an effort to keep up with the change in times and trends on the topic. He has a passion for the SRO position and the well being of the students.