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We are expecting our
largest conference ever this year! Please support us and book your rooms at the Embassy Suites. The discounted
rate of $142 a night will not be available after June 21st. We have a limited number of rooms available at this price.
You can hold the rooms with a credit card that will not be charged until the conference. After June 21st, the rooms
will be open to anyone to rent and the price goes up. You can reserve your room here by clicking the link or calling
1-704-455-8200 (make sure you request to speak to "On-site Reservations" if you call and request the NCASRO Conference
Rate of $142 per night.
They offer the following complimentary items:
40 item, cooked-to-order
2 hour manager's reception with beverages included
Free shuttle service up and down the strip
Lots of ammenities too, not to mention the awesome Networking with your fellow SROs!
Embassy Suite Hotel Reservation Link...Click here!
NCASRO Conference Registration
2014 NCASRO Curriculum-Click Here!
NCASRO Mission Statement~
To provide a supportive and educational network to the School Resource Officers in North Carolina and beyond, with the common
goal of protecting every child so they can reach their fullest potential in a safe learning environment.
NCASRO is a non-profit organization that helps put the needed tools in the hands
of today's SROs. SROs work to reduce school violence by enforcing violations of the law occurring on school
property, by informing students of the dangers of substance abuse, by introducing programs that will promote and enhance acceptable
social behavior, and by serving as positive role models.
My name is Todd O'Neal and I am a Lieutenant with the Wilson
County Sheriff's Office, I have been in law enforcement for a little over 21 years. I started working with the Wilson
County Sheriff's Office in 1992 as a jailor, in 1995 I went through BLET and after graduation I worked in our civil division
and patrol division. In 2001 I became a School Resource Officer and held that position until January 2011. It was then that
our newly appointed sheriff, Sheriff Calvin L. Woodard Jr., promoted me to Sergeant in charge of our animal enforcement unit,
I was then promoted to Lieutenant.
Although I am in charge of the Sheriff's
Office Animal Enforcement Unit, I am still very active with the S.R.O. Program, I continue to work very closely with Lieutenant
Johnnie Coleman (who is in charge of the S.R.O.'s) on a daily basis.
In 2012, I was elected to serve as your Vice President for the 2013 and 2014 NCASRO Conferences.
I have served on the NCASRO Board since 2007 first as a region rep. and then elected to the position of Treasurer and now
April 19, 2013 Sergeant Robbie Whitman resigned from his position as President of the N.C. Association of School Resource
Officer's. On Wednesday April 24, 2012 the Executive Board held an emergency meeting in which I took over the Presidency
of our Association. I will be serving as your President for the 2013 and 2014 Conferences, which are still scheduled
to be held at the Embassy Suites in Concord,N.C.
With Sincere Thanks,
Sheriff Ed McMahon, New
accepting his plaque for Gold Sponsor of NCASRO!
Officer Otis Hudson of Greensboro
receives the 2013 NCASRO CC McGee award!
Fallen Master Police Officer Jeremiah Goodson, Jr
is honored as our first
"Hank Snyder Beyond the Call of Duty" recipient.
His wife Lametria Goodson was here with Chief McNeill
to accept it.
Hank Snyder is plaqued for all his years of devoted service to the
Carolina Association of School Resource Officers.
Congratulations on your Retirement Hank!