INDIANA SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 


Check here for current SRO related job postings in Indiana.  CONTACT US to list a job posting here.


  • June 04, 2019 10:48 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Immaculate Heart of Mary

    Job Description

    Job Title:                         School Resource Officer (SRO)

    Department:                 Administration             

    Reports To:                    Principal of IHM School

    Service:                            Full Time, Salaried Position with Benefits

    SUMMARY:

    The School Resource Officer (SRO) will report to the IHM School Principal and be required to support and facilitate the faith-based mission, vision, and values of IHM and The Indianapolis Archdiocese.   The SRO must be trained in school-based policing which includes understanding and applying the principles of (1) safety and law enforcement (2) teaching, education, mentoring and (3) problem solving and engaging with the community.

    The SRO will be tasked to work with staff, students, parents and community agencies to protect students, staff and visitors from harm and prevent loss to school property resulting from criminal activity. 

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties may be assigned

    • 1)      Safety and Law Enforcement Officer in a School Environment

           Presence during high risk times such as open forums, recess, traffic support at student drop off/pick up

           Be visible on the grounds to students, parents, and visitors

           Actively participate or lead school safety preparedness drills as determined by administration

           First responder in the event of critical incidents at the school

           Complete an annual safety risk assessment for schools

    •        Develop and expand school safety efforts as part of School Safety Teams

           Attend required training including, NASRO basic training and Indiana Safe Schools Academy (IDoE)

           Take action including issuing citations against unauthorized persons on school property, as appropriate

           Perform other duties in regards to safety, security, or law enforcement as assigned by administration

           Support after hours events as available and negotiated separately from core responsibilities

    The SRO should have a working knowledge of: ¨ Constitutional / State law, ¨ Crime prevention / mitigation ¨ Interview / interrogation, ¨ Investigations, ¨ Crime Prevention Through Environmental School Design, ¨ Patrol operations (high visibility), ¨ Armed response ¨ Mandatory reporting as defined by licensing agency. 

    • 2)      Teacher, Educator and Informal Mentor

           Work closely with school administration and staff to support an environment conducive to learning

           Present courses related to policing or responsible citizenship for students, faculty, parents

           Complete Archdiocese based training required for educators

           Support school nurse with staff training such as CPR, Stop the Bleed, etc.

    The SRO should be capable of delivering law-related education lessons on topics such as:

    ¨ Crime prevention, ¨ Social media, ¨ School safety, ¨ Victimization, ¨ Empowering youth, ¨ Decision making, ¨ Recognizing and supporting diversity, ¨ Improving youth decision-making skills, ¨ Other topics requested by staff/parents and agreed upon by Principal 

    • 3)      Problem Solver and Liaison to Community Resources
    •        Help resolve problems that are not crimes such as bullying and disorderly behavior
    •        Address behavior that may contribute to criminal incidents
    •        Share best practices with local SRO network

           Act as a liaison with other law enforcement as required. 

           Maintain confidentiality of school records as well as school policies.

    QUALIFICATIONS: 

    •        To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

    •        Completed Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. 
    •        Completed at least 40 hours of certified SRO training through a national recognized SRO training program, such as National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO).    
    •        Employed by a law enforcement agency* 

    COMMUNICATION SKILLS:

    •        Able to interact professionally with students, administration, staff and parents.
    •        Able to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals
    •        Able to effectively present information or respond to questions.

    REASONING ABILITY:

    •        Able to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. 
    •        Able to interpret instructions provided in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    •        Able to stand for periods of time, walk the grounds, climb, kneel, stoop, crouch and maintain balance
    •        May be required to lift or carry up to 25 pounds routinely as a part of this job. 
    •        May also have to travel from time to time as a requirement of performing his/her job functions. 

    Character Qualities necessary to be successful in this position:  These are examples:

    •        Diligent, Trustworthy, Organized, Thorough, Empathetic, Responsive, Proactive

    *Employment as an active reserve officer for a local law enforcement agency would be expected to include standard issue resources to perform the SRO role (i.e., police cruiser, standard issue weapon, uniform, etc.)

    Please contact:

    Ronda Swartz 

    IHM School Principal 

    Phone 317-255-5468

    Email:  Rswartz@IHMindy.org


    Send Applications to 

    Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School 

    317 East 57th Street 

    Indianapolis, Indiana 46220 

    Attn:  Ronda Swartz 



  • August 29, 2018 3:30 PM | Anonymous member

    Zionsville Police Department Hiring Process seeking SRO positions.


    www.zionsville-in.gov

  • August 07, 2018 7:57 AM | Anonymous member
    • Position Type:
        Security/Security - 12-Months

    • Date Posted:
        8/6/2018

    • Location:
        MSD Decatur Township 

    • Date Available:
        TBD

    • Closing Date: 
        Until Filled

      District:
        Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township - website
    •   Job Description & Requirements:  $50,000 per year; ILEA physical training; See Attached for details.
  • August 02, 2018 10:33 AM | Anonymous member

    Position Type:

    Security/Security - 12-Months

    Date Posted:

    8/01/18

    Location:

    Alexandria Community Schools – Alexandria Monroe Jr. Sr. High School and Intermediate School

    Campus

    Job Description

    Position: School Resource Officer (SRO)

    Reports To: Superintendent

    Service: 190 Days/Year

    8 Hours/Day or as needed to fulfill responsibilities

    Compensation: TBD based on experience and length of contract

    Requirements:

    1. Successful completion of basic SRO course from NASRO (National Association of School

    Resource Officers)

    2. Duly authorized law enforcement officer through the Alexandria Police Department. SRO

    must continually fulfill necessary requirements to remain in good standing with that agency.

    3. Ability to serve as a resource for teachers, parents and students for law-related concerns and

    questions. Serve as a mentor for Alexandria Community School students.

    4. Ability to serve as a resource in areas which may affect the educational environment and may

    be law-related.

    5. Ability to serve as a classroom instructional resource for law-related topics.

    Duties:

    1. Enforce federal, state and local traffic and criminal laws and ordinances.

    2. Assist school officials with enforcement of school policy and regulations regarding student

    conduct.

    3. Protect persons and property on school premises; work through school administration to

    address concerns related to school safety, including building security, transportation, emergency

    response and evacuation plans.

    4. Perform all duties while armed and in professional attire that is appropriate for the activities at

    hand.

    5. Coordinate with the building principals to investigate and assist in the prosecution of violations

    occurring on school premises; gather information concerning criminal activity involving students

    on or off school grounds, effect arrests as necessary and appropriate.

    6. Provide classroom instruction on law enforcement and law-related matters, as appropriate.

    7. Serve as a resource for students, enabling them to be associated with a law enforcement

    figure in the school environment; provide guidance and consultation for students experiencing

    problems related to law enforcement, making appropriate referrals.

    8. Meet with faculty, staff and parents on an individual basis to deal with specific issues or

    problems related to delinquency prevention.

    9. Act as liaison between students, parents, school faculty and staff, child protective services,

    juvenile prosecutors, juvenile court and probation officers; facilitate communication between all

    parties.

    10. In conjunction with school administration, maintain control of emergency incidents requiring

    law enforcement intervention until relieved by police or fire department command personnel.

    11. Coordinate non-emergency requests for police services for special events, including, but not

    limited to athletic contests and other after-hours student-involved events.

    12. Document all actions taken with students and parents in a formal setting.

    13. At the request of police and school administrators, make presentations to parent and

    community groups on a variety of law enforcement topics.

    14. Ensure compliance with school regulations and policies.

    15. Give testimony and present evidence in legal proceedings.

    16. Serve on 24 hour call for emergencies and/or safety-related issues.

    17. Responsible for coordinating maintenance and operations of building surveillance systems

    with the IT Department and/or appropriate external vendors.

    18. Assist the superintendent and transportation director during inclement weather to determine

    the safety of roadways when requested.

    19. Perform other duties as required or assigned by the superintendent.

    Physical Effort and Work Environment

    No prolonged, extreme physical demands are associated with normal duties or assignments, but

    the SRO may exert strenuous physical effort during emergency situations. The SRO must

    perform duties and take appropriate action in emergency situations, despite the stress associated

    with potential injury or loss of life to self or others. The SRO serves on 24-hour call, occasionally

    works irregular and/or extended hours, evenings, weekends and travels out of town for training,

    sometimes overnight.

    Application Process

    Interested candidates should submit a resume and completed classified staff application to:

    Dr. Melissa Brisco, Superintendent

    mbrisco@alex.k12.in.us

    765-724-4496


  • July 25, 2018 11:27 AM | Anonymous member

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    School Resource Officer (SRO)

    Reports to: Head of School

    Contract Days: 240 Days/Year 8 Hours/Day or as needed to fulfill responsibilities

    Compensation: Salary TBD based on experience

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

    1. Successful completion of basic SRO course from NASRO (National Association of School Resource Officers). SRO coursework can be completed once hired at the district’s expense. 

    2. Duly authorized law enforcement officer through Indianapolis Police Department, Marion County Sheriff’s Department or a surrounding county or recently retired officer. SRO must continually fulfill necessary requirements to remain in good standing with that agency. 

    3. Ability to serve as a resource for teachers, parents and students for law-related concerns and questions. Serve as a mentor for SRES students.

    4. Ability to serve as a resource in areas that may affect the educational environment and may be law-related. 

    DUTIES

    1. Enforce federal, state and local traffic and criminal laws and ordinances. 

    2. Assist school officials with enforcement of school policy and regulations regarding student and visitor conduct. 

    3. Protect persons and property on school premises; work through school administration to address concerns related to school safety, including building security, transportation, emergency response and evacuation plans.

     

    4. Perform all duties while armed and in professional attire that is appropriate for the activities at hand. 

    5. Coordinate with the division heads and/or Dean of Student Life and Inclusion to investigate and assist in the prosecution of violations occurring on school premises; gather information concerning criminal activity involving students on or off school grounds, conduct arrests as necessary and appropriate. 

    6. Serve as a resource for students, enabling them to be associated with a law enforcement figure in the school environment; provide guidance and consultation for students experiencing problems related to law enforcement, making appropriate referrals. 

    7. Meet with faculty, staff and parents on an individual basis to deal with specific issues or problems related to delinquency prevention. 

    8. Act as liaison between students, parents, school faculty and staff, child protective services, juvenile prosecutors, juvenile court and probation officers; facilitate communication between all parties.

    9. In conjunction with school administration, maintain control of emergency incidents requiring law enforcement intervention until relieved by police or fire department command personnel. 

    10. Coordinate non-emergency requests for police services for special events, including, but not limited to athletic contests and other after-hours student-involved events. 

    11. Document all actions taken with students and parents in a formal setting. 

    12. Ensure compliance with school regulations and policies. 

    13. Give testimony and present evidence in legal proceedings, if necessary. 

    14. Responsible for coordinating maintenance and operations of building surveillance systems with the IT Department and/or appropriate external vendors. 

    15. Perform other duties as required or assigned by the Head of School.

    PHYSICAL EFFORT and WORK ENVIRONMENT

    No prolonged, extreme physical demands are associated with normal duties or assignments, but the SRO may exert strenuous physical effort during emergency situations. The SRO must perform duties and take appropriate action in emergency situations, despite the stress associated with potential injury or loss of life to self or others.

    MISSION & DESCRIPTION

    The Mission of St. Richard’s Episcopal School is to instill knowledge and values for a lifetime. St. Richard’s provides a timeless, challenging curriculum that embraces diversity while developing global citizens, socially, emotionally, physically, spiritually and intellectually.

    ABOUT SRES

    Located at 33rd and Meridian Streets, just north of downtown Indianapolis, SRES offers unique partnerships throughout the city that bring learning to life, a rigorous academic curriculum, three world languages, public speaking and leadership opportunities, a strong fine arts program and organized athletics for continued lifetime success. Visit www. sresdragons.org to learn more.

     

     

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

    Please send your letter of interest, resume, application and references to kcavolick@sresdragons.org

    Applications can be submitted online www.sresragons.org/about/employment


  • July 18, 2018 2:02 PM | Anonymous member

    Job Description Position: School Resource Officer (SRO) Reports To: Security Director Service: 184 Days/Year 8 Hours/Day or as needed to fulfill responsibilities Compensation: Salary TBD based on experience

    **************************************************** 

    Requirements: 

    1. Successful completion of basic SRO course from NASRO (National Association of School Resource Officers). SRO coursework can be completed once hired at the district’s expense. 

    2. Duly authorized law enforcement officer through Shelbyville Police Department, Shelby County Sheriff’s Department or a surrounding county or recently retired officer. SRO must continually fulfill necessary requirements to remain in good standing with that agency. 

    3. Ability to serve as a resource for teachers, parents and students for law-related concerns and questions. Serve as a mentor for SES students. 4. Ability to serve as a resource in areas which may affect the educational environment and may be law-related. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Duties: 

    1. Enforce federal, state and local traffic and criminal laws and ordinances. 

    2. Assist school officials with enforcement of school policy and regulations regarding student and visitor conduct. 

    3. Protect persons and property on school premises; work through school administration to address concerns related to school safety, including building security, transportation, emergency response and evacuation plans. 

    4. Perform all duties while armed and in professional attire that is appropriate for the activities at hand. 

    5. Coordinate with the building principals to investigate and assist in the prosecution of violations occurring on school premises; gather information concerning criminal activity involving students on or off school grounds, conduct arrests as necessary and appropriate. 

    6. Serve as a resource for students, enabling them to be associated with a law enforcement figure in the school environment; provide guidance and consultation for students experiencing problems related to law enforcement, making appropriate referrals. 

    7. Meet with faculty, staff and parents on an individual basis to deal with specific issues or problems related to delinquency prevention. 

    8. Act as liaison between students, parents, school faculty and staff, child protective services, juvenile prosecutors, juvenile court and probation officers; facilitate communication between all parties.

    9. In conjunction with school administration, maintain control of emergency incidents requiring law enforcement intervention until relieved by police or fire department command personnel. 

    10. Coordinate non-emergency requests for police services for special events, including, but not limited to athletic contests and other after-hours student-involved events. 

    11. Document all actions taken with students and parents in a formal setting. 

    12. Ensure compliance with school regulations and policies. 

    13. Give testimony and present evidence in legal proceedings, if necessary. 

    14. Responsible for coordinating maintenance and operations of building surveillance systems with the IT Department and/or appropriate external vendors. 

    15. Perform other duties as required or assigned by the Superintendent, Security Director or Technology Director. 

    Physical Effort and Work Environment:

     No prolonged, extreme physical demands are associated with normal duties or assignments, but the SRO may exert strenuous physical effort during emergency situations. The SRO must perform duties and take appropriate action in emergency situations, despite the stress associated with potential injury or loss of life to self or others.

    Application Instructions:

     Please send your letter of interest, resume, application and references to cstewart@ses.k12.in.us.  Applications can be downloaded from http://www.ses.k12.in.us/job-opportunities or picked up at Shelby Eastern Schools Central Office.


  • March 02, 2017 12:43 PM | Anonymous member

    Richmond Community Schools, in partnership with the Wayne County Sherriff’s Department, is currently seeking qualified applicants for a School Resource Officer position.  Applicants must be a certified law enforcement officer or eligible to become re-certified.  The position requires the School Resource Officer to provide law enforcement and police services to the school and school grounds – primarily Intermediate Schools & High School.
     
    School Resource Officers work 186 days per school year.   The daily rate for this position is $172.31 plus benefits.  The deadline to apply is March 7, 2017.  Applications accepted on-line HERE.   If you have questions contact Rob Tidrow, Chief Operations Officer, at 765-973-3300 or tidrowr@rcs.k12.in.us.



"Indiana School Resource Officers Association" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 922 Brownsburg, IN 46112

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software