Course detail: KSSRO - Kansas School Resource Officer Basic Training
This course is the first Kansas-developed basic School Resource Officer training. This 48-hour, 5-day course will cover topics highly relevant to SRO work including:
  • Student Development and the Brain
  • Understanding Diversity in the School-aged Population and Community
  • De-escalation Techniques for Youth
  • Mental Health First Aid for Youth
  • The Role of the SRO
  • Developing and Delivering Effective Presentations to the School Community
  • Building Relationships Inside and Outside of the School
  • Maintaining the SRO Position
  • Interviewing Youth
  • Drug Trends in the Youth Population
  • School Law (customized to Kansas law)
  • School Walk-throughs and Security Assessments

This course meets the SRO training standards established in SB 367. To accommodate the significant amount of information contained in this class, class will meet daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and each evening (Monday thru Thursday) from 6:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

This is the first-ever basic SRO training class developed in Kansas, by Kansas law enforcement trainers for Kansas law enforcement officers. The focus of this course is how Kansas law enforcement officers are impacted in their tasks as School Resource Officers by local, state and federal laws, mental health issues, conducting criminal investigations, and understanding the environment in which they work.

The Office of the Kansas Attorney General will reimburse each participants' agency the $300 registration fee, upon successful completion of the course.

 Session Detail:  LE19225F (3 seats (9%) remaining)
Schedule: There will be 4 night sessions built into the schedule. Participants will be provided a dinner break Monday-Thursday 5:00 PM to 6:15PM; KLETC Cafeteria opens at 5:30 PM. Evening sessions will begin 6:15 PM concluding at 8:15 PM.
Times: 08:00am - 05:00pm
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Price: Registration Fee : $300.00

KLETC Meals and Lodging (08:00am-05:00pm)
Please dress in layers, as the temperature in the room may be difficult to adjust. The session begins at 8:00AM each day. Onsite registration will be available at 7:30 AM.

KLETC Dormitory Information:

For those with reservations at KLETC Welch Hall Dormitory, and specifically for those attendees who desire to come in the night before, please come to the Main KLETC Entrance marked on the map, it is near the flag pole and marked with a large "A". You may check into your room between 4:00 PM and 10:00 PM Monday through Friday. If you are scheduled to arrive on Sunday, the doors are open 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. If you arrive after 10:00 PM the doors will be locked, however you can contact security at 316-239-8882, and after answering their questions, they will assist you in getting room keys. Checkout time is Noon on your departure day or last day of training, please have all personal items removed at that time.

All lodging attendees will find an envelope containing their room key at the front desk in the main lobby reception area. Sheets and a blanket are furnished for our guests. Items you may wish to bring: Alarm Clock, Bath Towels, Wash Cloths, Soap, Shampoo, Hair Dryer, Pillow and Pillowcase and an Extra Blanket.

Weapon Safety - KLETC adopted a new weapons policy effective July 1, 2017. The concealed carry of handguns shall be permitted on the KLETC Campus, including all buildings and public areas to the maximum extent possible while ensuring the safety of the staff, students and guests in a training environment. The open carry of firearms shall be prohibited unless necessary for instruction in an authorized training program. Nothing in this procedure is intended to interfere with a law enforcement officer performing his or her official law enforcement duties on the KLETC campus. Law Enforcement officers attending continuing education or basic training classes, or are attending meetings or other academy- related events, are permitted to carry their firearm while on the KLETC campus. Law enforcement officers carrying a firearm on the KLETC campus must possess appropriate agency identification. ABSOLUTELY NO student, instructor, or role player is allowed to carry any firearm into an area where signage stating "no live weapons or ammunition is allowed in training safety areas" is present. You are responsible for ensuring that your firearm is secured in a safe, reasonable, and acceptable manner while on the KLETC campus. Questions regarding this policy for continuing education students, instructors or guests may be directed to the KLETC Assistant Director for Professional Development and Continuing Education.

If you have any questions concerning this session, please contact KLETC at 620.694.1400 or by email at

Thank you again for your willingness to participate. We look forward to seeing you at KLETC!!

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Scot Brownrigg
Scot Brownrigg
Instructor of Police
Biography: Scot joined the KLETC instructional staff in July 2011 after serving over six years as the Anderson County Sheriff. He began his law enforcement career in 1995 as an Anderson County KS deputy sheriff. Following his employment with Anderson County, Scot worked for the Louisburg KS police department from 1997 - 1999 serving as a patrol officer, school resource officer and D.A.R.E. officer. In a brief absence from law enforcement, Scot entered the classroom as a high school teacher in USD 365, Garnett KS until his election in 2005 as the Anderson County Sheriff. Scot is a graduate of Emporia State University where he earned a BS degree in Education. Scot Brownrigg

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