The North Dakota Association of School Resource Officers (NDASRO) is a state member of the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO), the world’s leader in school-based policing. NDASRO is made up of officers all over the state of North Dakota who are dedicated to making schools and children safer by providing the highest quality training to school-based law enforcement officers.
School-based policing is the fastest-growing area of law enforcement. With more than 3,000 NASRO members around the globe, NASRO takes great pride in being the first and most-recognized organization for law enforcement officers assigned to our school communities. NASRO is available to assist communities and schools districts around the world that desire safer schools and effective community partnerships in developing the most effective programs for their communities.
NDASRO Vision Statement:
“Promoting secure schools, empowered kids and safety-informed educators.”
NDASRO Mission Statement:
“NDASRO supports North Dakota educators, school resource officers and other youth service professionals with the most effective and current safety training available, while providing a communication network to share information and best school safety practices.”
What is a School Resource Officer?