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Committed to keeping  Georgia  schools safe. 

ABOUT US

In 2019, the Habersham County Sheriff's Office initiated a dialog with the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC), the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council (GA P.O.S.T.), the Georgia Department of Education (GDOE), and the Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) to form an alliance. The alliance would incorporate and merge all of the separate efforts being made to improve school safety into one collective body known as the Georgia Alliance of School Resource Officers and Educators or GASROE.

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OUR MISSION

The Georgia Alliance of School Resource Officers and Educators is an official 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization with the mission to provide basic, intermediate and advanced collaboration training programs for school resource officers, administrators, teachers, school safety coordinators/directors, emergency management directors/personnel, nurses, bus drivers, custodial staff, counselors and other school support personnel. Additionally, GASROE will provide instruction and training that addresses current issues and new trends and provide participants with the latest tools available to address them.

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Sheriff Joey Terrell

Sheriff Joey Terrell has made a strong school system/law enforcement partnership one of the highest priorities of his administration. Sheriff Terrell felt that there needed to be an organization focused on the development of these relationships and their continued growth. Sheriff Terrell's vision for this alliance is based on over 26 years of law enforcement experience in Georgia and developing close relationships with other law enforcement agencies, educators, school safety coordinators/directors, nurses and other support personnel. 

RESOURCES

Shwana King Davis of the Crisp County Sheriff's Office was voted School Resource Officer of the year and was recognized at the 2022 GS3 Conference. Mrs. Davis serves the same community she grew up in and demonstrates outstanding growth and development through her community. The passion Mrs. Davis has for her students and school staff goes above and beyond.

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2022

 SRO and Educator of the Year

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Shwana King Davis

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Amy Johnson-Scofield  is a Physical Science Teacher at East Jackson High School in Jackson County. Mrs. Scofield is a friend to everyone she meets and works hard to keep students engaged. Mrs. Scofield was recognized as Educator of the year at the 2022 GS3 Conference. Mrs. Scofield's SROs describe her as "magic" and truly dedicated to her students and community.

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Amy Johnson-Scofield

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