Drug Awareness resistance Education
The North Olmsted Police Department School Resource Officer is in place to ensure our youth can obtain an education and prepare for their futures in a safe and protected learning environment.
North Olmsted Public Schools
School Resource Officer Jim Carbone
* The School Resource Officer strives to create and maintain a safe environment for the students and staff of the North Olmsted City Schools
* The School Resource Officer works closely with parents, teachers, principals, staff and students to provide criminal justice, legal information, and education.
* The School Resource Officer serves as a liaison between the community and city officials to ensure students and staff obtain necessary or supportive services.
* The School Resource Officer serves to maintain and create a positive image toward law enforcement, police officers, and the North Olmsted Police Department through professionalism, integrity, and commitment.
Officer Carbone has been a dedicated School Resource Officer for North Olmsted City Schools for over 13 years and a member of the North Olmsted Police Department since 1998. Officer Carbone interacts daily with students by being involved in student activities such as Safety Town, Key Club, Student Council, SITES, Difference Makers, PROM Safety Day, Day of Giving, and the North Olmsted Football Homecoming Tailgate Party.
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