School resource officers and the criminalization of student behavior
Volume: 37, Issue: 3, Pages: 280 - 287
Published: May 1, 2009
As school resource officer (SRO) programs continue to be widely implemented, there is concern that an increasing police presence at schools will “criminalize” student behavior by moving problematic students to the juvenile justice system rather than disciplining them at school. If true, this has serious implications for students and schools; yet research on this topic is limited and the discourse is often based on speculation or anecdotal...
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