NASRO

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NASRONational Association of School Resource Officers
NASRONational Association for Socially Responsible Organizations
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The National Center on Education Statistics defines an SRO as a "career law enforcement officer, with sworn authority, deployed in community-oriented policing, and assigned by the employing police department or agency to work in collaboration with school and community-based organizations." NASRO (2012) defines SROs, also known as "school safety liaisons" or "campus police," as appointed law-enforcement officers selected, trained, and assigned to protect and serve education environments.
* The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO), www.nasro.org, conducted a national survey of school resource officers regarding their schools' vulnerability to terrorism and preparedness for such an attack.
(77) One, "Galli Achk Litima," is recorded by Nasro on the first CD of 1001% Arabica: An Introduction to Rai, IMC Music Ltd., 2000.
In fact, a recent survey of members of the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO), an organization of school-based police officers, reveals that 95 percent of these officers believe that their schools are vulnerable to a terrorist attack.
Early yesterday morning, US jets bombed two other Taliban-held villages on the front line, Qalai Nasro and Qalai Gulai, about 40 kilometers north of Kabul.
The jets targeted the villages of Qalai Nasro and Qalai Gulai, which are about a mile apart on the front line about 25 miles north of the Afghan capital, Kabul.
I oversee other NASRO employees who serve NASRO members from our office in Hoover.
Nasro Min-Allah, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Dr.
The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) spells out the triad model for SROs where the officer is: 1) teaching, 2) counseling, and 3) enforcing the law in the school (National Association of School Resource Officers; Finn et al.