TAASRO's definition of School Resource Officer: Alabama SRO: An APOSTC law enforcement officer under the direction of a law enforcement agency who is specifically selected and specially trained for the school setting. Facebook * TAASRO Blog * Yahoo Email Group
TAASRO Board Meeting TAASRO Board meeting will be held June 3, 2018, at 1:00 at the Orange Beach Event Center, 4671 Wharf Parkway, Orange Beach, AL 36561
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Training Opportunities: Continuing to Build a Culture for School Safety Regional Trainings(Memo)
19th Annual "Safe Schools" Training Conference Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, June 4-8, 2018
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Conference Location Orange Beach Event Center 4671 Wharf Parkway Orange Beach, Alabama 36561
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NASRO Courses offered at TAASRO
To register click on the link: Basic Advanced or Supervisor /Management Basic begins Sunday- Since course participants are also involved in the conference activities, it takes the full 6 days to cover the 40-hours of material. Course participants will be at the conference for opening sessions as well as certain keynote speakers Advanced and Supervisor/Management begins Monday- Since course participants are also involved in the conference activities, it takes the full 5 days to cover the 24-hours of material. Course participants will be at the conference for opening sessions as well as certain keynote speakers.
This is a class taught by SROs trained in Active Shooter Response and will be held in a school setting. There will be a classroom lecture and hands on training with simunition equipment. Attendees will be equipped with the proper safety attire and equipment needed to safely perform the training scenarios. Scenarios will place the administrator/SRO into the stressful duty of the responding officer responding to an active shooter and will allow you to see the importance of training preparation and the split second decisions to shoot or don’t shoot.
Refreshments and a scheduled working lunch will be provided at the training location on those days. Classes are limited to 20 students on each day and classes will be held from 8:30 AM-12:00 PM dates are TBA. Class will require participants to engage in physical activity. Attendees will be placed into classes on a first come first served basis. Classes will be taught by certified trainers in active shooter response. There is an opportunity to register for this course when filling out the registration for the conference.
2016 PLU Information PLUACLD456 PLUASIL 7 ACLD The Alabama Association of School Resource Officers (TAASRO) Safe Schools 2016-2017 PLU (Active) Description/Abstract: Participants must attend the conference sessions June 6- June 10, 2016 in Gulf Shores, Alabama. These sessions are led by the leading experts on school evacuation, reunification and recovery. Participants will then document 30-35 hours of implementation of techniques and training in their particular workplace. Participants must also attend a minimum of two TAASRO board meetings during the next school year and communicate the information gleaned from these meetings to their district electronically. This will serve as documentation of the participant performing this task. The conference will be held in Gulf Shores, Alabama. TAASRO board meetings are held at different locations throughout the state to make availability more accessible. All school districts in the state of Alabama are eligible. One PLU can be earned upon successful completion of said requirements. This study will be offered one year.
Objectives: The Purpose of this study is to better prepare educators to be able to adjust, reorganize, and assist other faculty members, students, and all stakeholders after the occurrence of a school emergency such as a school shooting, bomb, train wreck, catastrophic natural disaster, loss of a student, faculty member, family member or significant community leader.