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    Posted: Sep 12 2018 at 9:34am
Here is a copy of a proposed agreement between the city of Monroe and Butler Tech. 


School Resource Officer Agreement 
with Butler Technology and Career Development Schools 
(Natural Science Center Campus in Monroe, Ohio)

This   School   Resource   Officer   Agreement   (“Agreement”)   entered   on   the                 
 day   of                  ,  2018,  by  and  between  the  City  of  Monroe,  Ohio  (“City”)  
and  the  Butler Technology and Career Development Schools, Butler County, Ohio (“School”).

WHEREAS,    the City and School wish to establish a more complete liaison with school personnel and 
the City in a cooperative effort to prevent juvenile delinquency and truancy; and

WHEREAS,    the  City  will  carefully  select  and  assign  trained  police  officers  from  the  
City’s Police  Department  to  work  directly  on  the  School  campuses,  in  cooperation  with  
the  School administrators and faculty, and in accordance with this Agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, the parties do hereby agree as follows:
1.   Objectives.
1.1       The School Resource Officers (“SROs”) responsibilities include building a positive image 
toward orderly behavior, helping students learn more about the law; and, familiarizing students 
with law enforcement personnel and their objectives and role in society.

1.2       The SROs will reinforce the feeling of pride that students have toward their schools and 
encourage students to stay in school.

1.3       The SROs will work with School personnel to develop closer contact and better 
communication  with  students  and  evolve  an  effective  program  of  safety  and education.

2.   Duties of the SRO.

2.1       The SROs will protect the School plant, staff, and students.

2.2       The SROs will strive to prevent juvenile delinquency and truancy through close contact 
with students and school personnel and will use proven methods for early detection of deviant 
behavior in students.

2.3       The  SROs  will  investigate  delinquent  acts  within  the  school  system  and  its 
neighborhood complex when such acts are school or student oriented.

2.4       The SROs will participate as a resource person for the School in classrooms and 
assemblies and will assist with safety drills.


2.5       At all times the SROs will be aware of the responsibility to improve the image of the  
uniformed  law  enforcement  officer  in  the  eyes  of  the  student  and  the community.

2.6       The SROs will assist with the creation or updating of any School Safety Plan, as required 
by the Ohio Department of Education.

2.7       The SRO will maintain documentation concerning criminal activity, calls for service, 
incident reports and arrests through the established records keeping procedures of the Monroe 
Police Department.

3.   SRO Scope of Accountability.

3.1       The SRO’s assignment is for six (6) hours per school week in the Natural Sciences campus 
of Butler Tech.  Certain circumstances will require more than six (6) hours per  week,  including,  
but  not  limited  to,  safety  drills,  meetings,  and  assemblies. Butler  Tech  will  give  
appropriate  notice  to  the  SRO  when  more  time  will  be necessary.

3.2       The SROs are first police officers whose primary job is enforcement of the law. The SROs 
are supervised directly the by the City in accordance with the current chain of command.  The hours 
set forth in Section 3.1 above do not include time spent by the SROs in connection with their 
primary job although such duties may relate to events arising out of the School.

3.3       The SROs will extend cooperation to the principals of the School and will function as  
security  and  an  educational  resource  person  in  cooperation  with  School personnel.

3.4       The principals will continue to assume full responsibility for the enforcement of 
discipline and rules and regulations within the School.

3.5       The School Superintendent, or their designee, will submit a performance review to the 
Chief of Police by no later than the end of the school year.


4.   Financial Arrangements/Selection of SROs.


4.1       The School agrees to pay for one City Police Officers to fulfill the role of SRO for the 
current school year in the amount of $10,000.00.   The total cost includes the salary, City’s 
retirement contribution, Medicare, Workers Compensation premium, and  medical  insurance.  This  
amount  shall  automatically  increase  at  the  same percentage the SRO receives under the 
officer’s collective bargaining agreement with the city per school year.


4.2       The School shall pay the total amount due within 30 days from receipt of an invoice from 
the City payable to the City of Monroe and mailed to:

City of Monroe
P. O. Box 330 Monroe, Ohio 45050
Attn:  Monroe Police Department

4.3       The   School   shall   pay   special   in-service   training   requested   by   the   
School Superintendent above and beyond regular police training.

4.4       If, in the School’s reasonable judgment, one or both of the SROs is not meeting the 
objectives outlined herein, the School shall notify the City and the parties hereto shall mutually 
agree on a replacement.

4.5       The  City  will  have  the  status  of  independent  contractor  for  the  purpose  of  
this agreement.  The SRO assigned to the School is an employee of the City and shall be  subject  
to  the  Monroe  Police  Department’s  control,  supervision,  policies, procedures and orders.

4.6       The City will hold sole responsibility for the indemnification of the SRO in performance 
of his/her duties as the SRO.

4.7       The City will provide the SRO with a police vehicle and all required uniforms and 
equipment normally provided to members of the Police Department.

4.8       The school will provide the SRO access to a work space as is necessary for the 
performance of his/her duties as the SRO.

5.   Term.

5.1       The  term  of  this  agreement  shall  begin  with  the  2018-2019  School  year  and 
automatically renew in one-year increments unless written notice is provided to either party 30 
days prior to the renewal date to terminate this agreement.  Notices shall be addressed to:

City Manager City of Monroe
P. O. Box 330 Monroe, Ohio 45050

Superintendent
Butler Technology and Career Development Schools 3603 Hamilton-Middletown Rd.
Fairfield Township, OH 45011

5.2
This agreement may be jointly reviewed at the completion of the school year and may be modified 
with mutual consent of the parties.  Either party may request the
review of this agreement.

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The SRO should be posted at the door during the start of each school day. He/She should be highly visible and should greet the students as they enter the building. Also his gun should be holstered and visible to the students as the enter the building.

He/She should patrol the halls and be visible during all major school school activities.

At the end of each day, the SRO should again be visible at the exit of the school building greeting and observing all the students. 

The SRO is the safety eyes and ears of the school safety goals, the SRO must also be a voice. Notes about students who pose potential threats should be conveyed to the proper school and city authorities. 

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