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M.A.S.R.O
The Maryland Association of School Resource Officers

WORKING TO KEEP MARYLAND'S CHILDREN SAFE

 

About Us

 The Maryland Association of School Resource Officers  (M.A.S.R.O.) is a Non-profit Organization formed to promote law-related education and safety of students   Membership is comprised of Police Officers, Probation Officers, School Administrators, School Counselors Parents, and Teachers who care about maintaining Safe schools in Maryland.   The  SRO program is more than 20 years old Nationwide. Even though its concept is fairly new to Maryland, by the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year there were over 300 School Resource Officers assigned to Maryland Schools.  SRO's serve three major roles in Maryland Schools: As Law Enforcement Officers within the school and surrounding community. As instructors who teach law-related topics in the classroom.As student mentor/advisers to help resolve conflicts without violence.   

What We Do

Training

MASRO is dedicated to provide the highest quality of training for all police officers and professionals in the juvenile justice field.  Training is offered year round and members can request courses to be held in their area.  

  • Basic School Resource Officer

  • Advanced School Resource Officer

  • Tactical Communication Training

  • Implicit Bias Training

  • Citizen Response to Active Shooter Training

Consultation

  • Full-Scale School Crisis Drills

  •   School Climate Bullying Survey

  •   School Safety Assessment Services

  •   Tabletop School Crisis Exercises

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Community Service

We believe in the power of SRO's to bring people together. MASRO encourages it's members to connect and tap into shared passions to provide a helping hand and create meaningful opportunities that can strengthen schools and communities.

Throughout the year, our members dedicate their time and energy to create positive change in young people's lives. Service projects vary in size and focus. We encourage our members to lead and participate in projects that align to our commitment to disconnected young people. We believe the impact of service is on both the community and those volunteering. For the volunteer, service fosters increased empathy and connection. 

Customers, community members and partners are invited to join in service throughout the year. 

 

Executive Board

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Lawrence Smith
Baltimore City School Police

President

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Sgt. Clyde Boatwright
 Baltimore City School Police

Vice President

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Thomas G. Kelley
Hagerstown City Police 

Secretary/Treasurer

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Michael Rudinski
Maryland Center for School Safety

Past President

 

CONTACT
M.A.S.R.O

OUR ADDRESS

200 East North Avenue, Baltimore, MD. 21202

Email: Lesmith@bcps.k12.md.us 
Tel:  443- 469 - 2186

 

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