Dr. Janet Nease
Dr. Nease is on the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) Board of Directors, and is also a NASRO Instructor and NASRO Curriculum Advisor.
Before retiring from public education, Dr. Nease served 19 years as a classroom instructor, four years as a middle school principal, five years as a high school assistant principal and five years as a district leader. As a high assistant principal, Dr. Nease led the development of the first high school safety program and the establishment of a School Resource Officer program for her district. After retiring from public education, Dr. Nease then traveled extensively as a curriculum consultant/trainer for a national expert and author in curriculum design. Her professional time is now devoted to the development and delivery of school safety training.
Board of Directors, Instructor & Curriculum Advisor, National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO)
Dr. Janet Nease: Sessions
November 3 | 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm | Breakout Session
SRO Program Memorandum of Understanding (MOU): Recommended Essential Elements
An introduction to the National Association of School Resource Officer (NASRO) Program Recommendations sets the stage for an opportunity to understand the critical necessity of a well-constructed memorandum of understanding (MOU). These national recommendations provide the respective agency chief, sheriff, and school district leaders sound training principles, personnel qualification requirements, and examples of accepted industry recommendations. These recommendations support informed decision-making, resource allocation, controlled program costs, and fosters a community’s understanding and support of the School Resource Officer working to protect students, faculty, and the school community.
This Midwest School Safety Summit is brought by Safe and Sound Schools in partnership with Missouri School Boards’ Association Center for Education Safety.