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School Resource Officers

In 2019 the Middletown Township Police Department had two School Resource Officers. Detective Andy Amoroso is assigned to Neshaminy High School a 2,500 student high school, which keeps the detective very busy. Officer Melissa Robison is assigned to both middle schools and elementary schools. They handle various types of calls while at the school, but also strives to build relationships with the school community. Detective Amoroso and Ofc. Robison are certified by the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) and the ALICE organization which teaches how to respond to active shooter incidents. Throughout the school year the SRO’s are invited into the classrooms to assist in teaching various blocks of instruction, everything from health class to criminal law. Officer Robison is currently teaching D.A.R.E. at two private schools in the area, while Detective Amoroso shares his vast knowledge of investigations with students interested in this career field. Rarely does the SRO’s day end when that final bell rings – so if you are a local teacher in the community and would like to have our Detective or Officer visit your school, send an email to mrobison@mtpd.org.