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Thank you to everyone that attended the 12th Annual New England School Safety Conference!!

Enjoy your summer.

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2016 Conference Documents

Dealing with Volatile Students

Sig Sauer Academy

Click here for a Video that Dr. Pottee shared.

Talk to Teachers and Staff - More Brain Development.pptx (PowerPoint)


Yep, there's an app for that...

MJPOA would like to announce that there is now a brand new app to stay up-to-date with the latest school safety news and classes.  This app allows users to "chat" with each other and connect freely to exchange ideas and ask question of other professionals. There are a lot of features, too many to list, so download now.

Click below to download:



We would like to take time to welcome back the School Resource Officers, School Administers and staff to the 2015-2016 school year.  We hope everyone's summer was safe and you got some well deserved rest.

MJPOA will be hosting several classes this year and ending with our 11th Annual New England School Safety Conference.  This year it will be March 29-30, 2016.  We look forward to seeing everyone there.

Look for a newsletter a few weeks into September.


Stay safe.

Executive Board of the MJPOA

What is MJPOA?

Massachusetts Juvenile Police Officer’s Association has been in existence for over 50 years. MJPOA is a combination of hard working and dedicated School Resource Officer’s, Juvenile Officer’s, DARE Officers, Detectives, Supervisors, Youth Officer’s, Probation Officer’s, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teachers, Counselors, and School Safety/Security Personnel, all working together!

MJPOA provides information and training for law enforcement personnel and school personnel keeping our members up-to-date on juvenile issues, school issues, and recent court decisions. Our goal is to assist police and school personnel in creating a safe learning environment for all students and staff. While creating a safe learning environment, we also stress the importance of building partnerships between the school, police and fire departments. These Partnerships help guide and direct us as a team during an incident.

One of the greatest values of MJPOA membership is the constant networking and sharing of information among law enforcement personnel and school personnel.

In 2009 MJPOA became a state charter of the National Association of School Resource Officer’s (NASRO). Collaborating with NASRO provides us with access to nationwide trainings and updates.


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