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 5 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. 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
School Resource Officer Programs
A.L.I.C.E.: Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate: This is an active shooter/lockdown procedure that has been implemented in every school in 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 lockdown drills are conducted by the SRO's at random schools throughout the district. This is done to prepare staff and students in the event of a real lockdown situation.