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Chicago School Board Votes to Keep SROs in Schools

The Chicago Board of Education voted 4-3 Wednesday to keep School Resource Officers in city schools.

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Pennsylvania School Resource Officers Argue Against Removal from Schools

Officers with the Pittsburgh (PA) Police Department who have been working in city schools for many years submitted written testimony in defense of their work to protect the students at those institutions as a movement grows to remove those officers from the schools.

Indiana Police Department Mourns Loss of Officer After Battle with Cancer

An officer with the Goshen (IN) Police Department has lost her battle with an aggressive type of cancer that can occur in the brain or spinal cord.

Video: Maine Officer Sings Song About Coronavirus from Squad Car

The South Portland (ME) Police Department posted a video of one of its officers singing an original song he wrote about COVID-19 while playing his guitar in the front seat of his patrol vehicle.

Maryland SRO Keeping Connected with Students Amid Coronavirus Shutdown

Officer Jason Neidig has been the School Resource Officer at Aberdeen Middle School for four years and is now trying to help parents as they learn how to homeschool their children during the Coronavirus shutdown.

Indiana Officer Injured in On-Duty Vehicle Collision

An officer with the Michigan City (IN) Police Department was injured when his patrol vehicle was struck by another motorist, causing both cars to leave the roadway on Thursday afternoon.

North Carolina SRO Dies of Coronavirus

Deputy and SRO Sypraseuth “Bud” Phouangphrachanh worked for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. He died Tuesday night.

Michigan Teen Allegedly Assaults School Resource Officer

A high school student in Southfield, MI, was arrested earlier this week after allegedly assaulting a school resource officer.

New Kentucky Law Requires SROs to Carry Guns

"I simply cannot ask a school resource officer to stop an armed gunman entering a school without them having the ability to not only achieve this mission, but also to protect themselves," Gov. Andy Beshear, a Democrat, said during a press conference.

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California Department Donates Traffic Safety Equipment to Local Schools

Officers with the La Mesa (CA) Police Department recently donated $3,000 worth of traffic safety equipment to six local elementary schools to help parents and teachers keep children safe during drop-off and pick-up from school.