2018 Annual Training Conference

2018 School Resource Officer of the Year:

Corporal Jimmy Long
Marion County Sheriff’s Office

2018 High School Scholarship Recipients: Congratulations!

  • Lauren Meghan Cole Plant City High School
    Kaitlyn Dunne Plant City High School
    Cierra Turner Plant City High School
    Makeda Taylor Newsome High School
  • Jessica Den Haese Newsome High School
    Jenna Duzs Venice High School
    Sean Miles Venice High School
    Sarah Zoeteman Venice High School
  • Juliette Daddario Venice High School
    Payton Pisano Venice High School
    Kristina Young Venice High School
    Aubrey Cleckner Venice High School
  • Jacquelyn Taylor Anderson Venice High Schooll
    Pamela Zavala Venice High School
    Brenden Frese Ridge Community High School
    Brie Summerlin Columbia High School
  • Malorie Ronsonet Columbia High School
    Kailey Kiss Columbia High School
    Adam J. Norre Tate High School
    Riley Havel Florida South Western Collegiate High School
  • Molly Boudreaux Alonso High School
    Hope Delaney Hanson Apopka High School
    Kelviyana E. Walker Armwood High School
    Colton Flynn Crystal River High School
  • Tara Wueger Pine View School
    Amiyah Murphy-Allison Lennard High School
    Ethan Hymes Bloomingdale High School
    Elizabeth Roth Bartow Senior High School
  • Nicholas Wilson Pace High School
    Mariajose Arreola Lennard High School
2018 FASRO Agency of the Year

The Florida Association of School Resource Officers provides the most advanced and comprehensive training for school-based police and school administrators. FASRO is the oldest school policing organization in the United States and currently has over 600 members. FASRO seeks quality presenters nationwide to address current issues facing school safety, security, and crime prevention.

More importantly, FASRO provides Florida specific training . This year’s annual training conference will focus on active shooter training for both law enforcement and school personnel. FASRO is pleased to announce that Don Alwes from the National Tactical Officers Association will be our featured speaker. FASRO also offers many other classes to include SRO Single Person Response to Active Shooters presented by the Florida SWAT Association, Pulse Night Club Shooting and Response with Deputy Chief Rolon Orlando Police Department, Boston Marathon Bombing with Retired Chief Daniel Linskey Boston Police Department, and Florida Legal Updates with Assistant State Attorney Maria Schneider 17 Judicial Circuit.

FASRO will continue to partner with the Florida Office of the Attorney General to provide Basic SRO training for new school resource officers at our annual conference. This year we have doubled the capacity for the upcoming Basic class as well as we have added an Advanced SRO class. FASRO has also partnered with the Florida Association of School Administrators to present a 1-day training for education personnel, which will have national speakers Curt Lavarello speaking on School Safety Assessments and Don Alwes on School Administrators response to Active Shooters.

With the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School FASRO is more focused than ever of protecting our most precious resource, the children of the state of Florida.

Note: FASRO will be hosting two Basic SRO classes this year which will be taught concurrently during the Conference. People can register for the FASRO Conference or the SRO Basic Class, but not both as the SRO Basic Class has a 40 hour course requirement in order to complete the Basic SRO Certification. SRO Basic Class Attendees will be able to attend FASRO Conference nightly activities as well as being eligible for Conference giveaways.

We are excited to announce that Florida State University Chief of Police David Perry will be presenting an overview of the 2014 shooting at FSU. We have also added a presentation of "Stop the Bleed." Stop the Bleed is a DHS national awareness campaign and call-to-action. Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.

Featured Speakers

2018 Conference Information:

Speaker Schedule

Check here for a schedule of courses and a schedule of Speakers.

Speaker Schedule

Conference Nightly Activities

Thank you to all our FASRO Sponsors!

Family Activities

Exhibitor Schedule

Check here for our Exhibitor Prospectus and participation packages.

Exhibitor Schedule

Conference Flyer

FASRO 2018 Conference Announcement Flyer. (Binder Cover)

Conference Flyer

Instructor Biographies:

Marina Anderson

  • FASRO Instructor Marina Anderson

Florida Department of Children and Families Regional Human Trafficking Coordinator for Northeast and Northwest Regions. Marina joined the Child Welfare Human Trafficking Team in May 2015. She began her career with DCF in 2002. For thirteen years she worked as a Child Protective Investigator (CPI). In 2014, she became a Field Support Consultant.  Marina is a recognized expert in safety methodology, providing training and mentoring to CPI and CPIS, and was personally recognized by Governor Rick Scott as a STAR Child Protective Investigator. Marina is a certified investigator and trainer in human trafficking, and a subject matter expert in critical injury, domestic violence, physical/sexual abuse and human trafficking. Marina is an executive board member of the Northeast Region Human Trafficking Coalition, Freedom 7 Human Trafficking Coalition and Panama City Human Trafficking Task Force. She is also a member of the Alachua County Coalition against Human Trafficking, Big Bend Human Trafficking Coalition and Circuit 1 Human Trafficking Task Force. Marina Anderson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Florida.

Daniel Linskey

  • FASRO Instructor Daniel Linskey

Managing Director: Kroll Investigations and Disputes Practice. As the former Superintendent-in-Chief of the Boston Police Department (BPD) and a 27-year veteran of the force, Dan provided strong leadership through some of the most tragic and contentious events in the city’s history, including the Boston Marathon bombings and the Occupy Movement. Dan serves clients in diverse industries with uncommon experience in investigations, crisis response, and risk management, as well as personal, physical, and operational security strategies. Widely respected for his knowledge of the complexities inherent in law enforcement and homeland security, Dan has also consulted with numerous national and international government agencies on a broad range of challenges, including large-scale event management, crisis leadership, and preparedness and community engagement strategies.


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