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    John-Michael Keyes is a great friend of OSROA. He hasn’t presented at our annual conference… yet… but this past August we hosted AJ DeAndrea, Frank DeAngelis and Kristina Anderson – all incredible speakers with great stories who good… Read More

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    Studies prove… SRO’s are good!

    It takes a special person to be a cop. It takes a special cop to be an SRO. While it is true that some small agencies assign police officers to the position of SRO based on seniority, most of us… Read More

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    Important Hotel Information

    I guess we’re doing something right… Call it lucky number 13, but interest in OSROA’s 13th Annual School Safety Conference is higher than we have ever seen. OSROA reservations at Salishan have already exceeded our contracted room block. Unless there are… Read More

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    Welcome Keynote Speaker A.J. DeAndrea

    It is time for one more exciting conference announcement. OSROA is pleased to welcome Keynote Speaker A.J. DeAndrea to our 2016 School Safety Conference. Sergeant A.J. DeAndrea has been with the Arvada, Colorado Police Department since 1993 and is… Read More

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    Welcome Keynote Speaker Karen Williams

    It’s not often that OSROA brings back presenters from out of state. When we do, it’s because they’re phenomenal. Karen Williams, MSSW, is known for her amazing ability to explain the latest neuroscience in ways that are easy… Read More

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    Welcome Keynote Speaker Kristina Anderson

    The time has come for another exciting conference announcement! The Oregon School Resource Officers Association is delighted to introduce Kristina Anderson as a featured presenter at our 2016 School Safety Conference. On April 16, 2007, Kristina Anderson went… Read More

About OSROA

The Oregon School Resource Officers Association (OSROA) was founded in 2003 as a member-supported, professional 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. OSROA exists to support law enforcement agencies and school districts in the State Of Oregon, and to provide resources and training opportunities to help maintain a safer, healthier school environment for students, faculty and guests. Members include sworn law enforcement officers, administrators, juvenile justice professionals and school district employees.

Funding

All donations, purchases and conference fees are tax deductible.

Membership

Membership is attained by submitting an application for membership or by attending the OSROA annual conference. Conference attendees receive a complimentary membership for one year, beginning with the conference attended and ending at the start of the subsequent conference.

New Shield 2015

john-michael-keyes

John-Michael Keyes is a great friend of OSROA. He hasn’t presented at our annual conference… yet… but this past August we hosted AJ DeAndrea, Frank DeAngelis and Kristina Anderson – all incredible speakers with great stories who good… Read More

Learn More
sro-4a

Studies prove… SRO’s are good!

It takes a special person to be a cop. It takes a special cop to be an SRO. While it is true that some small agencies assign police officers to the position of SRO based on seniority, most of us… Read More

Learn More