McMichael School Resource Officer Appointed As Regional Director For National Association

Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office News Release  •  January 20, 2017  •  Sgt. K. Suthard, PIO

(Wentworth, NC) – The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office’s School Resource Officer for Dalton McMichael High School, Sgt. Shane Woodall, returned from Washington, DC from a planning committee meeting for the National Association of School Resource Officers 2017 Conference.

Sgt. Woodall started out being a Region 5 representative with NC Association of School Resource Officers (NCASRO) from 2008 to 2012 where he was responsible for relaying information from the board to the School Resource Officers within the region. Region 5 on the state level consists of Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Person, Randolph, Rockingham, and Stokes Counties.

Sgt. Woodall served as the Vice President for the 2012-2014 NCASRO Conference and served as the President for the 2014-2016 NCASRO Conference. He currently serves on the NCASRO State Board.

He was appointed in spring of 2016 to fulfill a vacant Region 1 position with the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO). On the national level, Region 1 consists of the following; Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. As a regional director, Sgt. Woodall is responsible for recruiting new members and retaining current members, communication between members and State SRO Associations within the region, training and representing regional interests at NASRO Board of Director meetings.

In 2015, Sgt. Woodall was named the NASRO’s National School Resource Officer of the Year, accepting the award at their national conference in Florida. He also serves as the co-coordinator for the Special Olympics of Rockingham County and helps with our annual local Olympic Games that are held each spring.

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