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Mark Walerysiak has over ten years of law enforcement experience with the Meriden Police Department (Connecticut).  Currently, he is a detective working the Special Crime Unit.  Earlier in his career he was a School Resource Officer assigned to a local high school for four years.  During his time as a School Resource Officer he wrote School Resource Officer: Functioning as a Cop in Today's High School.

 

According to the book description, School Resource Officer: Functioning as a Cop in Today's High School “is a short, fun, fascinating look into the world of police officers who are assigned to schools. This relatively new law enforcement position is gaining popularity and acceptance at a feverish rate. A former SRO himself, the author depicts many experiences and opinions regarding the job. He also takes the reader through the process of starting, adjusting to, and maintaining an effective SRO program.”

 

One reader of School Resource Officer: Functioning as a Cop in Today's High School said, “This is an easy read, really giving Walerysiak's personal insight into the position of an SRO. Being a former SRO I had wished I had written it. Those in law enforcement and considering the SRO position or those that already are should read this and enjoy it.”


School Resource Officer: Functioning as a Cop in Today's High School
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About the Meriden Police Department 

The Meriden Police Department is a full-service law enforcement organization with an authorized strength of 120 sworn police officers.  The department is organized into three divisions:  Police Operations, Criminal Investigations, and Administrative Services. 

According to the Meriden Police Department, the Police Operations Division “has responsibilities for Patrol, Neighborhood Initiative and School Resource Officers, Animal Control, Traffic Unit, Traffic Investigation, SWAT and Hostage Negotiations.  This Division encompasses the aspects of law enforcement that are most visible to the public.  Police Operations is responsible for providing rapid response to emergencies, comprehensive initial investigation on all criminal matters, community service and assistance to the general public, and traffic safety.  This is the largest Division in the Meriden Police Department with over 100 sworn and non-sworn employees.

The Criminal Investigation Division has responsibility for the investigation of all serious felony crimes within the City of Meriden.  There are four units within the Criminal Investigations Division:  Major Crimes Unit, Special Crimes Unit, Crime Suppression Unit and Evidence/ID Unit.

All major felony offenses including homicide, robbery, burglary, and grand larceny are investigated by members of the Major Crime Unit.  Detectives assigned to Major Crimes have all served the Department for at least four years as Patrol Officers.  They receive extensive training in the investigation of complex cases, interview and interrogation, crime scene processing, and many other aspects of their duties.  Patrol Officers complete initial investigations for all major offenses and refer them to Major Crimes Detectives for further action.  Major Crimes Unit Detectives are on call to respond to serious offenses at all times.”

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