Amy L. Roderick since 1991 has supported public safety in various positions. Amy began her career in 1991 with the Missouri Department of Corrections as a Probation and Parole Officer and was appointed Inspector General, administrator over criminal and internal affairs investigations unit and the intelligence unit, in March 2010. Amy has also served in the following positions throughout her career: Chief Investigator, Missouri Attorney General’s Office, Public Safety Division; Assistant Director for Safety and Transportation, Missouri State University; and as a victim advocate/investigator at Jackson County, Arkansas Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. In January 2018, Amy was appointed to a Governor’s Task Force to investigate and report on information sharing in State government. In April 2018, as Liaison to Missouri Department Public Safety (DPS), Amy began engagement with many public and private stakeholders involved in school safety and represented DPS in that capacity. In December 2019, Amy began employment with Missouri School Boards’ Association, Center for Education Safety (CES) and in January 2020 Amy began serving as the Director of CES. Amy has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice and a master’s degree in Public Administration.
Director, Center for Education Safety, Missouri School Boards’ Association
Amy Roderick: Sessions
November 2, 2022 | 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm | Lunch General Session
School Safety In And Around the Midwestern U.S.
School Safety In and Around Tennessee
November 3, 2022 | 9:45 pm – 10:45 pm | Leadership Panel
Rising to the Challenge – Creating a Peer-Driven, School Safety Support Program
In 2015, the Tennessee School Safety Center launched the TN School Safety Mentor Program in an effort to provide peer-driven, school safety training and technical assistance to schools. This session will provide a blueprint of how this program was developed, overcame roadblocks, and achieved sustainable success in supporting safe and supportive learning environments.
November 3, 2022 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm | Breakout Session
Questions School Board Members Should be Asking About School Safety
Today more than ever, school boards are called upon to support school safety. Join our expert panelists to identify what questions school board members should be asking to begin this important conversation.
November 3, 2022 | 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm | Lunch General Session
Heroes Among Us Award Luncheon
Missouri School Boards’ Association’s Center for Education Safety began recognizing Heroes in school safety in 2017. Join us as we recognize this year’s outstanding honorees who promoted school safety by their actions and leadership in their schools and local communities.