The Kansas Juvenile Officers Association (KSJOA) is an organization committed to Kansas kids. KSJOA was established in 2009 by the merging of Kansas D.A.R.E. Officers Association (KDOA), and the Kansas School Resource Officers Association (KASRO). Active membership is limited to those who work in the Kansas Juvenile Justice System, or educators who have active D.A.R.E., G.R.E.A.T., or SRO Officers.
Associate and sustaining memberships are also available for those who are interested in supporting the purpose of the association. Listed below are those who are eligible for an active membership.
Juvenile Court Services
School Resource Officers
Law Enforcement Administrators
County / District Attorneys or ACA / ADA
2018 KSJOA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Monday 9.0 Hrs.
Tuesday 7.5 Hrs.
Wednesday 7.5 Hrs.
Thursday 7.5 Hrs.
Friday 2.0 Hrs.
Total: 33.5 Hrs
John Moore, JD., Response Law
Matt Liston, NASRO Instructor teaching the Basic SRO Course in Derby, KS.
From D.A.R.E. AMERICA
We're looking for any school districts who have D.A.R.E. and deliver in any of the following ways:
5th (elementary) and 6th (middle) sequence
We would ask the school districts to agree to participate in the study for two years (2018-19 AY - 2019-20 AY). I have attached a document with additional details of the evaluation. Please let me know what questions you have. I'm happy to set up a time to chat on the phone if that is easier.