State of New York Police Juvenile Officers Association Inc.

New York's Juvenile Officer and School Resource Officers Association


1971 Western Avenue, PMB 104

Albany, NY  12203

(518) 456-0704

FAX (518) 456-0561


BASIC SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER COURSE

  • 03/30/2020
  • 09:00
  • 04/03/2020
  • 17:00
  • Westchester Co. Police Academy
  • 21

Registration

  • This 5-day, 38 hours SNYPJOA certified course has been developed for the Juvenile law enforcement officer who will be and is interested in working in an educational environment. This course is the only NYS course that is updated and recognized by DCJS. The attendees will be given a working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and other school based policing programs. They will be given information on the relationships that must be developed between the law enforcement community and the educational systems if they are to be successful. There will be a written examination and at least one graded practical exercise for each student. Attendees will have there training added to there training record at DCJS.

    Core Topics:
    * History of School Based Policing * SRO Roles and Responsibilities
    * School Law Updates (Save Legislation) * Interview and Counseling Techniques
    * Classroom Strategies for the Officer * Legal Aspects of School Base Policing
    * Involvement in Student Activities * Law Related Education
    * Crime Prevention Strategies * Adolescent Stress and Suicide
    * School Violence * Dealing with the Special Ed Student
    * Dysfunctional Families * Substance Abuse
    * Ethics and Professionalism NEW * RAISE THE AGE legislation
  • This 5-day, 38 hours SNYPJOA certified course has been developed for the Juvenile law enforcement officer who will be and is interested in working in an educational environment. This course is the only NYS course that is updated and recognized by DCJS. The attendees will be given a working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and other school based policing programs. They will be given information on the relationships that must be developed between the law enforcement community and the educational systems if they are to be successful. There will be a written examination and at least one graded practical exercise for each student. Attendees will have there training added to there training record at DCJS.

    Core Topics:
    * History of School Based Policing * SRO Roles and Responsibilities
    * School Law Updates (Save Legislation) * Interview and Counseling Techniques
    * Classroom Strategies for the Officer * Legal Aspects of School Base Policing
    * Involvement in Student Activities * Law Related Education
    * Crime Prevention Strategies * Adolescent Stress and Suicide
    * School Violence * Dealing with the Special Ed Student
    * Dysfunctional Families * Substance Abuse
    * Ethics and Professionalism NEW * RAISE THE AGE legislation

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