School Resource Officer

Officer Jason Fink 262-970-3535

SRO Mission Statement

Working to build relationships and using those relationships to solve problems with the school.

Rationale for School Resource Officers-

Although school based policing continues to grow throughout America, citizens sometimes question the need for providing on site policing resources in the school setting. At times a police presence is misinterpreted as a sign that schools are unsafe. Yet each day families leave their homes to go to work and school, police officers patrol their neighborhoods in an effort to protect their property. At the same time these neighborhoods are being patrolled, most secondary schools house more citizens at any given moment then any other public setting in the community.

Common Vision - SRO's & the Schools

1. Prepare tomorrow's workers.

2. Prepare citizens for a Democracy

3. Instill values of honesty, cooperation and hard work.

4. Assimilate immigrant children into American Culture

5. Provide a safe and welcoming learning climate.


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Text WAUKSRO plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES)

Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards to those anonymous citizens who give information regarding a person or persons responsible for a given crime. These rewards can be UP TO $1000 after an arrest, depending on the severity and importance of the crime solved.


Follow this link to access the Crime Stoppers website:

http://www.stopcrimewaukesha.com/

This link will provide detailed information on Crime Stoppers, answer FAQs, and offer various methods for tip reporting.  Ways to report are online, via text message, and through the “TipSubmit” application available at the Google Play Store & Apple Store.

Follow this link for a YouTube instructional video on TipSubmit:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7C-acU6wZ0

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