Author ORCID Identifier

0000-0002-1333-6860

Date of Award

Summer 8-11-2020

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Psychology

First Advisor

Christopher Henrich

Second Advisor

Gabriel Kuperminc

Third Advisor

Joel Meyers

Abstract

This study examined the relationships between SROs’ training and behaviors and student outcomes. Specifically, the relationships between SRO training and use of Restorative Practices and Social Emotional Learning and Student Perceptions of Safety and ratings of School Climate were examined. Results indicate that in schools where SROs use these practices more frequently, students report feeling safer and a more positive school climate. However, these results were not consistent across school years and were found cross-sectionally. Outcomes of this study suggest that SROs should be considered when school-wide interventions are implemented.

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