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School Resource Officers

The School Resource Officer (SRO) is first and foremost a police officer.  SRO’s have the same authority and responsibilities as any police officer.  The SRO is not a school employee, but they work closely with school staff to resolve problems.  The SRO will respond to any situation at school requiring law enforcement intervention such as fights, thefts, drugs, etc.

SRO as Teacher: The SRO will teach classes on law related topics such as drinking and driving, dangers of drug use, constitutional law, etc. The opportunity to teach in classes allows SROs to interact with students in a low stress, non-adversarial situation.

SRO as Counselor: The SRO frequently serves as a resource for students in times of need. Students, after getting to know their SRO, will confide in the officer and ask their opinion on a variety of topics they might not feel comfortable discussing with school administration, friends, or parents. The SRO can also refer a student to another agency for further assistance.  


Meet your School Resource Officers

David Colvin
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Jeremy McGee
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Brian Rech
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Cory Nicholas
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Michael West
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Boulder High School – Officer Mike West

Casey Middle School – Officer Jeremy McGee

Centennial Middle School - Officer Jeremy McGee

Fairview High School – Officer Cory Nicholas

Halcyon Middle and High School – Officer Dave Colvin

Horizons K8 – Officer Brian Rech

Manhattan Middle School - Officer Dave Colvin

New Vista High School - Officer Brian Rech

Southern Hills Middle School - Officer Dave Colvin

Summit Middle School – Officer Cory Nicholas

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