Contract - Basic SRO - Columbia, TN


March 28 - April 1, 2022


Columbia Central High School
921 Lion Parkway
Columbia, TN 38401

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Contact: Lt. Kyle Cheek

Phone: 931-375-8604



Host Agency:

Maury County Sheriff Department


Location Site:

Columbia Central High School

921 Lion Parkway

Columbia, TN 38401



Fairfield Inn Columbia

1545 Halifax Drive

Columbia, TN 38401


NASRO Training Discount: $96 per night 

                                              Group Name: NASRO

                                              Group Code: NRO


Hampton Inn Columbia

1551 Halifax Dr. 

Columbia, TN 38401


NASRO Training Discount: $96 per night 

                                              Group Name: NASRO

                                              Group Code: NRO

Basic SRO Course Flyer.pdf


Conference basic course


Please review the information on the class website


To register for a NASRO Course:


Step One:  Go to the NASRO website at  If you have a NASRO profile, log into your account and go to Step Three below.  You must have a NASRO profile to register for the class If you do not have a profile you can create one by clicking the red “Join NASRO” button in the top left corner. 


Step Two:  Complete the profile information.  At the bottom of the page select BASIC CONTACT: I do not wish to pay for a membership at this time.  Click Update and Check Details. Your profile is now complete. Log into your account now.


Step Three:  Go to the course posting at  Click the blue registration button on the right.  Step 1 is a default, so skip to the bottom. Click Step 2 “Complete Registration”.  Next, click Step 3 (at the bottom, not the top) “Pay via Invoice” in order to complete the registration.  You must click Step 3 to complete the registration.  This will complete your registration. 

The National Association of School Resource Officers

The world’s leader in school-based policing

NASRO Mission

The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) is dedicated to providing the highest quality of training to school-based law enforcement officers to promote safer schools and safer children. NASRO is an organization for school-based law enforcement officers, school administrators, and school security/safety professionals working as partners to protect students, faculty and staff, and their school community.

NASRO, the world’s leader in school-based policing, is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1991 with an unrelenting commitment to school safety. Learn more about NASRO and school policing.

Our Frequently Asked Questions page provides answers to many important questions about school resource officers.

Our report, “To Protect & Educate: The School Resource Officer and the Prevention of Violence in Schools” provides valuable statistics that document the benefits of appropriately implemented school policing programs. Check it out.

NASRO has adopted Standards and Best Practices for the School Resource Officer Programs and supports the need for the standards to be used as a guide for new and existing SRO units and for the best practices to be reviewed and adopted by all law enforcement, school safety agencies and school boards, as recommended.

Read NASRO’s “Position Statement on Police Involvement in Student Discipline,” which provides important information on best practices for school policing.

Why join NASRO?

School resource officers, law enforcement officers, school administrators, school board members, school safety professionals and others interested in protecting schools enjoy many benefits, including those listed below. Join or renew now!

  • Up to a $50 discount on registrations for our annual National School Safety Conference and for all of our other courses, including the Basic and Advanced.
  • Mailed hard copy of our quarterly Journal of School Safety, plus access to back issues via our website.
  • Frequently updated “School Safety Law Blog” by Bernie James, Professor of Law at Pepperdine University.
  • Exclusive access to our School Law Database, which includes statutes and court decisions on public education and school safety.
  • Resources such as sample Memoranda of Understanding, best practices for body-worn cameras, and online investigation resources.
  • Members-only e-mail group where members share ideas.
  • Lesson plans on topics such as Internet safety, alcohol, community policing, crime prevention, distracted driving and driver’s education.
  • Prepared presentations for parents and community groups.

In addition, membership dues help NASRO continue its global advocacy of school policing and best practices. Join or renew now!

Click HERE for a tutorial on creating a profile and/or registering for a class.

Scholarship for Attending the New Basic Course

NASRO’s Basic SRO course has undergone a massive re-write in the last two years, and the new course is packed with updated, valuable information, including: The Teen Brain, Social Media, Human Trafficking, Violence and Victimization, and Developing Successful Relationships with Diverse Students.  If it has been more than three years since you attended the NASRO Basic SRO course, we strongly urge you to consider returning to take the new course.  NASRO is offering a $100 discount to anyone who has taken the NASRO Basic SRO Course previously. Basic Course Scholarship Application


NASRO Newsline

Tennessee School Resource Officer's Association

P.O. Box 2232

Shelbyville, TN. 37162

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