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Nov 6-7: NorCal Safe & Healthy Schools Conference

Nov 6-7: NorCal Safe & Healthy Schools Conference Download 431.26 KB 585 downloads National Northern California Safe and Healthy...


Jul 30- 5th Annual Safe Schools Conference

5th Annual Safe Schools Conference in Anaheim July 30—August 1, 2014 Where: Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort, 12021 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove, CA 92840 We invite you...


Oct 22-23: Anti-Bullying Conference

October 22-23, 2014: Riverside, CA Anti-Bullying Conference: The 2014 Anti-Bullying Institute Conference will gather school administrators, educators, law enforcement...


The CSROA is comprised of dedicated peace officers and educators of California who readily commit their experiences, efforts, and knowledge to achieve the common goal of providing all California schools with a safe and healthy learning environment. Members of the CSROA serve California’s schools statewide, participating in various community-based prevention efforts and convene with a number of committees dedicated to recognizing the potential in today’s youth.

Striving to educate and increase awareness in the communities throughout the State of California, the CSROA hosts an Annual Statewide Conference to provide training, technical assistance, direct service and sharing of resources. It is one of the many ways that the CSROA meets the needs of California educators and law enforcement in developing and maintaining safe and orderly schools.

Membership in the CSROA also provides you with additional members only resources, trainings and a chance to make a difference in school safety.

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Congratulations to the CSROA awardees for 2013:

School Resource Officer of the Year: Officer Patty Monge, Central Marin Police Authority/Redwood High School, Lakespur, CA

School Administrator of the Year: Michael Hubbard, CWA, Temecula Valley Unified School District, Temecula, CA

Law Enforcement Administrator of the Year: Dr. Emily Ruffo, Hayward Police Department, Hayward, CA

Lifetime Achievement Award – Joe Sepulveda, Oceanside Police Department, Ret. Oceanside, CA

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Donations will be used to support school safety and security planning; bullying prevention; gang prevention; drug prevention, and for small agency school resource officers to be trained.