Never before in the U.S. have we witnessed such an explosion of putting law enforcement in schools. The question of "IF we put cops in schools, how do we do it right?" has been getting much attention. John Rosiak conducted an assessment Milwaukee’s School Resource Officer program, delivered a training workshop on the topic at the Coalition of Juvenile Justice conference, supported the state of Maine in the evaluation of its SRO program, and chaired the discussion on the impact of SRO programs at a George Mason University symposium.
Kognito featured Rosiak’s webinar “School Resource Officer Programs—5 Critical Action Items to Consider.
The landmark commentary article—5 Things to Consider Before Posting Cops in Schools—was originally published in Education Week https://goo.gl/XVVXWy and has appeared in the Journal of School Safety, the Police Foundation blog, the COPS Office Dispatch, the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools blog, NCJFCJ’s School Justice Partnership National Resource Center, and IACP Net.
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