Camrose Police Service School Resource Officer Survey

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Since 1996, the Camrose Police Service has had the privilege of dedicating a full time police officer to perform the duties of the School Resource Officer (SRO) for the 10 schools in the City of Camrose.

Over the past couple of school years, the SRO has completed the transition from the previous “D.A.R.E.” program, to a more modern, and completely customized “C.O.R.E.” program for youth in our community.

The C.O.R.E Program’s main focus revolves around staying healthy to better serve the various communities youth are involved in. The four main themes of the C.O.R.E. Program are aligned with the Alberta Health curriculum and are as follows:

  • Caring for their body, mind, and spirit.
  • Online safety, integrity and responsibility
  • Relationship with self (mental health) and others based on respect and trust
  • Establishing healthy boundaries or healthy decision making

In addition to CORE instruction, the SRO is also engaged in a number of other school related activities including; preventative threat assessments and intervention, facilitating the Boys’ Council group, participating and volunteering at various special events, coordinating lockdown drills, and providing assistance to all of the local schools when situations require the police.

Despite some curriculum changes, the main objective of the SRO program has always remained the same – to build rapport between youth and the police, and to provide the highest level of safety possible to every school in Camrose.

In an effort to continue to optimize the SRO program, we are looking for input from Staff, Parents, and Students though completing a brief survey to guide us moving forward. These surveys are completely anonymous, and completely voluntary.

Since 1996, the Camrose Police Service has had the privilege of dedicating a full time police officer to perform the duties of the School Resource Officer (SRO) for the 10 schools in the City of Camrose.

Over the past couple of school years, the SRO has completed the transition from the previous “D.A.R.E.” program, to a more modern, and completely customized “C.O.R.E.” program for youth in our community.

The C.O.R.E Program’s main focus revolves around staying healthy to better serve the various communities youth are involved in. The four main themes of the C.O.R.E. Program are aligned with the Alberta Health curriculum and are as follows:

  • Caring for their body, mind, and spirit.
  • Online safety, integrity and responsibility
  • Relationship with self (mental health) and others based on respect and trust
  • Establishing healthy boundaries or healthy decision making

In addition to CORE instruction, the SRO is also engaged in a number of other school related activities including; preventative threat assessments and intervention, facilitating the Boys’ Council group, participating and volunteering at various special events, coordinating lockdown drills, and providing assistance to all of the local schools when situations require the police.

Despite some curriculum changes, the main objective of the SRO program has always remained the same – to build rapport between youth and the police, and to provide the highest level of safety possible to every school in Camrose.

In an effort to continue to optimize the SRO program, we are looking for input from Staff, Parents, and Students though completing a brief survey to guide us moving forward. These surveys are completely anonymous, and completely voluntary.

  • Dear Students:

    Since 1996, the Camrose Police Service has had the privilege of having a full time police officer in all of the schools in Camrose.  

    This officer is known as the School Resource Officer (SRO).  You may have also heard this officer referred to as the “DARE Officer” before as well.

    In addition to teaching in various classrooms, the SRO also participates in risk assessments, Boys’ Council groups, attending special school events, conducting lockdown drills, and providing other assistance at the school when situations require the police.

    The main purpose of the School Resource Officer is to build relationships with the youth in Camrose, and to make your school as safe as possible.

    In an effort to make the SRO program the best it can be, we are welcoming you to complete a short survey.

    This survey is completely anonymous and voluntary.  If you do not want to fill it out – you do not have to.   

    However, we hope you will take a few minutes to fill it out because your answers could help improve the program for next school year.

    Thank you for all of your hard work and support throughout the year.  It is greatly appreciated!

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  • Dear Parents,

    In an effort to continue to optimize the SRO program, we are looking for your input by completing a brief survey to guide us moving forward.  

    We will also be surveying the Staff in the local schools and the students in Grades 6 to 12 prior to the end of the school year.  These surveys are completely anonymous, and completely voluntary.

    The Camrose Police Service wants to thank you for all of the support through the school year.  Your feedback is greatly appreciated!

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  • Dear School Staff,

    In an effort to continue to optimize the SRO program, we are looking for your input by completing a brief survey to guide us moving forward.  

    We will also be surveying the students in Grades 6 to 12 prior to the end of the school year.  These surveys are completely anonymous, and completely voluntary.

    The Camrose Police Service wants to thank you for all of the support through the school year.  Your feedback is greatly appreciated!

    Consultation has concluded
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