How District Leadership can Partner with SROs to Build a Culture of Safety
Join us Thursday, January 9th at 1pm Central
In this webinar, Mo Canady, Executive Director of NASRO: National Association of School Resource Officers, will share best practices for partnering with SROs to build a culture of safety throughout your district.
In this webinar you will learn:
How to collaborate with SROs for threat assessment and emergency response
Best practices for building a culture of safety district wide
How to streamline crisis communication
of School Resource Officers
About Our Speaker
Mo Canady is the Executive Director of the National Association of School Resource Officers. Mr. Canady is a former Lieutenant with the City of Hoover Police Department in Hoover, Alabama. After a 25-year career, Mo retired from the Hoover Police Department in 2011. The last 12 years of his career were spent as the commander of the School Services Division which provided services to over 13,000 students. Mo has been a Law Enforcement Instructor since 1993. He has taught such courses as Evidence Photography, Fingerprinting and Tactical Response to School Shootings and Student Violence. He is also a former member of the Hoover Police Department’s Special Response Team. Mo was appointed as an instructor for the National Association of School Resource Officers in 2001 and a NASRO board member in 2005. He is a past President of the Alabama Association of School Resource Officers. On February 1, 2011, Mo became the Executive Director for the National Association of School Resource Officers.
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