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COMING SOON - List of all school resource officers with photos.

Promoting Good Citizenship and Safe Learning Environments

The Marana District SROs are provided in through an Arizona Department of Education Safety and Security Grant, and in partnership with the Marana Police Department: 

  • Marana Police Department School Resource Officer (SRO) at Marana High School and Marana Middle School, full-time.
  • A Pima County Juvenile Probation Officer (JPO) at Tortolita Middle School, full-time.
  • A Pima County Juvenile Probation Officer (JPO) serving at Quail Run Elementary.
  • A Juvenile Probation Officer (JPO) serving at both Roadrunner Elementary/Picture Rocks Elementary.
  • In addition, through continued partnerships with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, Mountain View and Tortolita Middle each have a full-time SRO.   

The intent of the School Safety Program grant is to place SROs and JPOs on school grounds to contribute to safe school environments that are conducive to teaching and learning. Their presence on campuses further enhance and support the current school safety program as the officer works hand in hand with school administration to enhance a safe learning environment. 

SROs/JPOs maintain a visible presence on campus; serve as an available resource to the school community; deter delinquent behaviors; and provide students and staff with Law-Related Education (LRE) instruction and training. The goal of LRE is to prepare students for responsible citizenship by promoting the development of those characteristics that lead to healthy behavior.