Exhibit 2 – School Resource Officer (SRO) Agreements and Contracts
A school resource officer agreement or contract shall include, but is not limited to the following (See, Utah Code 53G-8-703).
1. An acknowledgment by the law enforcement agency that an SRO hired under the contract shall:
1.1. provide for and maintain a safe, healthy, and productive learning environment in a school;
1.2. act as a positive role model to students;
1.3. work to create a cooperative, proactive, and problem-solving partnership between law enforcement and the District;
1.4. emphasize the use of restorative approaches to address negative behavior; and
1.5. at the request of the District, teach a vocational law enforcement class.
2. A description of the shared understanding of the District and the law enforcement
agency regarding the roles and responsibilities of law enforcement and the District
2.1. maintain safe schools;
2.2. improve school climate; and
2.3. support educational opportunities for students.
3. A designation of student offenses the SRO:
3.1. may refer to the juvenile court;
3.2. shall confer with the District to resolve and shall refer to a school administrator for resolution as an administrative issue with the understanding that the SRO will be informed of the outcome of the administrative issue.
4. A detailed description of the rights of a student under state and federal law
with regard to:
4.3. arrests; and
4.4. information privacy;
5. A detailed description of:
5.1. job assignment and duties including:
5.1.1.the school to which the SRO will be assigned;
5.1.2.the hours the SRO is expected to be present at the school;
5.1.3.the point of contact at the school;
5.1.4.specific responsibilities for providing and receiving information; and
5.1.5.types of records to be kept, and by whom;
220.127.116.11. training requirements; and
18.104.22.168. other expectations of the SRO and school administration in relation to law enforcement at the District.
6. An SRO who is hired under the contract and the principal at the school
where an SRO will be working, or the principal’s designee, will jointly complete the SRO training described in Section Utah Code 53G-8-702;
7. Both parties agree to jointly discuss SRO applicants
8. The law enforcement agency will, at least annually, seek out and accept
feedback from an LEA about an SRO’s performance.
This online presentation is an electronic representation of the Canyons School District’s currently adopted policy manual. It does not reflect updating activities in progress. The official, authoritative manual is available for inspection in the office of the Superintendent located at 9361 South 300 East Sandy, UT 84070.