School Resource Officer Program

Goal
The goal of the School Resource Officer (SRO) program is to protect students and reduce the incidences of juvenile crime and delinquency. The SRO program is currently comprised of five officers, two officers at the Fayetteville High School, one officer at Ramay Junior High School, one officer at Woodland Junior High School, and one officer at ALLPS School. They also provide services on a call-by-call basis to all other schools in the district.

The program brings a variety of police services directly to the school in addition to classroom presentations, mentoring and personal contacts to approximately 10,000 students on a daily basis.

For more information on the School Resource Officer Program, call 479-587-3555
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School Resource Officer Programs
  • A.L.I.C.E.: Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate: This is an active shooter / lockdown procedure which has been implemented in every school is the district.
  • CPTED: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design: CPTED security surveys are completed on every school in the district on a rotating basis. This is done to ensure the most up to date security practices are being used at our schools for the safety of our students and staff.
  • K9 Searches: The school district and Fayetteville Police K9 officers work together and schedule monthly random K9 searches of the schools for drugs, paraphernalia, and weapons.
  • Unannounced Lock Down Drills: Unannounced lock down drills are conducted by the SRO's at random schools through out the district. This is done to prepare staff and students in the event of a real lockdown situation.