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    2018 will Feature
    Steve Tarini -- Professional Educator, Author and Speaker
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    2018 will Feature
    Randy Means, a FBI Training Academy Instructor
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    2018 will Feature
    Clay Cranford, Cyber Safety Cop

Welcome to TnSRO.org Tennessee School Resource Officer Association

Mission Statement

We provide guidance and support to the Law Enforcement Officers assigned to Public County Schools in and around the State of Tennessee. This includes fiscal assistance, activities, training and program evaluation. We strive to obtain excellence in law enforcment for each officer assigned as School Resource Officers, Drug Abuse Resistance Education Instructors and other Youth Based Law Enforcement Officers, so they may better serve the children of our communities.

News

Check out our Fall Festival Haunted House trailer!! On October 27, the Haunted House hours will be 7:00-10:30 PM. On Saturday, October 28, the hours for the Haunted House will be 5:30-10:00PM!

We will have plenty of things to do for all ages, and for the little ones, we will continue to have our big maze (with glow in the dark items).
Make this an event for the whole family! ??

Posted by Rock Creek Elementary School on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

LEADAlice Active Shooter Training


The National School Resource Officer Association 1st Vice President Bill West congratulates TnSRO President Justin Grogan , 1st Vice President Kim Lay, Treasurer Tracey Harvey and East Tennessee Advisor Wendy Garrison on receiving NASRO Practitioner Status.

School Safety Law News April 10, 2017

Job Opportunity in Cheatham County for an SRO, for details please contact them at 615-792-2041

Posted by Admin -- 3/7/2017

Upcoming LARC Courses

LARC is offering the following two classes free of charge. All classes are located at the Old Brookmeade Elementary School at 1015 Davidson Drive, Nashville TN 37205. Space is limited so please call 615-259-8747 to reserve your space.

VITAL (Violence Intervention Techniques and Language)

Monday March 20th and Tuesday March 21st, 2017
This two day certification course, which was created by the Palm Beach County School District Police Department, is designed to increase and develop school staff members' skills in crisis resolution, verbal de-escalation and physical control techniques. It meets all standards set in the Tennessee Special Education Support Act. We are physically active in this class and do a lot of Mat work so please dress accordingly. More information will be provided after you sign up.

Active Aggressor for Educators

Monday March 27th, 2017
This class is an eight hour course being designed for administrators, teachers and staff to teach techniques for responding to active aggression inside of schools. It will focus on the major incidents inside of schools and give recommendations on response to the incidents with a brief overview of how the police respond. This will be a high intensity class with role play and exercises. We are physically active in this class and will operate at a high intensity work so please dress accordingly. More information will be provided after you sign up.

Posted by Admin -- 2/23/2017

Click Here for the 2017 TnSRO Conference Agenda

Posted by Admin -- 1/16/2017

NaSRO Training at the TnSRO 2017 Conference in Pigeon Forge, Tn. More Info Here
Posted by Admin -- 1/19/2017


TnSRO President Justin Grogan takes students from Moore County High School to Gatlinburg. "These young ladies came to me expressing that they wanted to do something for the fire victims. I made a call and found out that we had a family member in law enforcement that had been directly affected. Todd and Cindy Meyers lost everything, so we went to work. Todd is a member of the Sevier County Sheriffs Department while his wife Cindy is a member of Gatlinburg PD. It was while talking with Cindy that she revealed she was driving by her fire engulfed home to rescue others. This family is a true depiction of a public servant dedicated to protecting and serving their respective communities."

The students of Moore County Schools and the TnSRO Association raised over $1,800 for this family.

Deputy Grogan has taken students to Hurricane Katrina, to the tornado victims in Huntsville, Alabama, the flood victims in Nashville, TN and now the fire victims of Gatlinburg. "It's extremely important to realize that not everything is taught by book. The reality of situations can't be measured by pictures but by experiencing the sound, the smell."
Posted by Admin -- 1/16/2017

Congrates to Kimberly Lay on the appointment to the LEAD Instructor Advisory Board


Posted by Admin -- 2016


TnSRO President Justin Grogan and 1st Vice President Kim Lay congratulate TnSRO Treasurer Tracey Harvey upon recieving her status as NaSRO Practitioner

Posted by Admin -- 2016


Check Out our new Twitter


The Tennessee School Resource Officer Association is pleased to announce that we will host the 2019 NaSRO National Conference located in Pigeon Forge, Tn
The Smoky Mountain Conference is set to be one of the largest NaSRO Conferences in the Associations History. To be a part of this Historic Event, stay tuned at NaSRO.org and TnSRO.org, as well as our social media at Facebook and Twitter, for more information

Posted by Admin -- 6/13/2016