The presence of school resource officers in schools has become an important part of the duty to protect children. The effectiveness of school resource officers is firmly established. School crime is down; incidences of violence and theft have all diminished since the onset of the school resource officer program. Once schools are made safe, they tend to stay safe. The specialized knowledge of the law, criminal trends, safety threats, people and places in the community, and the local juvenile-justice system combine to make deputies critical members of a school community. Caswell County School Resource Officers are highly trained and are members of the National Association of School Resource Officers. These deputies bring a very unique skill set among both law enforcement and education personnel that enables SROs to protect the community and the campus while supporting the educational mission.
Bartlett Yancey High School is assigned to: Deputy C. Turner.
Deputy C. Turner can be reached at Bartlett Yancey High School during normal school hours at: (336) 694-4212