Police in Schools
An Evidence-based Look at the Use of School Resource Officers
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The study reported in this book represents the largest and most comprehensive assessment of such programs to date. The research by Duxbury and Bennell indicates that SRO programs can provide real value for students, school staff, policing organizations, and society, but benefits rely on having programs that are well-designed, that the right officers are selected for SRO roles, and that the initiative has support from major stakeholders. Given the current conversations regarding the costs and benefits of having police officers in schools, there is a clear need to determine the value that investment in these types of proactive policing programs creates.
The book provides researchers, SROs, police agencies, school boards, school administrators, teachers, parents, and students with information about: the activities that SROs are involved in, how SROs can collaborate with schools to create safe learning environments, and whether (and how) such programs benefit the police, schools, students, and society. Easy-to-digest charts facilitate understanding, and anonymized reflections from SROs, school staff, and students are presented throughout the book to provide context.
2. The Value of SROs: The View from Inside the Ivory Tower
3. How Do SROs Spend Their Time?
4. The Value of SROs: Views from Within (High School Students)
5. The Value of SROs: Views from Within (School Administrators)
6. Value of the SRO Program: Views from Inside (School Resource Officers)
7. The Value of the SROs: The View from Above (Staff Sergeants)
8. The Value of SROs: Insider Views from Officer Ride-Alongs
9. The Value of SROs: Social Return on Investment (SROI)
10. Value of SRO's: Summary of Key Findings and Conclusions.