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Norton Public Schools and Norton Police Department add elementary School Resource Officer

The School Resource Officer (SRO) program has been a robust collaboration between the Town of Norton police and school departments for many years. In addition to current full-time SROs, Sgt. Jacob Dennett at the high school and Patrol Officer Marc Robichaud at the middle school, Patrol Officer Rachel Mailloux has been added to the program at the elementary level in a part-time capacity.

The SRO is a liaison between the police department, school administration, students, parents, town departments, local youth organizations, and other agencies within the community. The purpose of the program is to provide and foster a safe and healthy environment for all students through the strategic and appropriate use of law enforcement resources, achieve positive outcomes for youth and public safety where learning can prosper, and ensure that no student’s right to receive an education is abridged by violence, the threat of violence, harassment, bullying or intimidation.

“We are happy to announce that Patrol Officer Rachel Mailloux has been added to the program,” said Chief of Police Brian Clark. “She has over 15 years of experience in patrol operations and also serves as our Domestic Violence Officer. She holds a Master’s Degree and has extensive training including being a certified School Resource Officer, community counseling intervention and adolescent mental health.”

“Norton Public Schools is incredibly thankful to Chief Clark, the SRO’s and the entire Norton Police Department for always prioritizing NPS,” said Superintendent Joseph Baeta. “We welcome Officer Mailloux to the SRO team and look forward to this relationship.” 

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