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WCSO SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS ACTIVITY LOG---WEEK OF AUGUST 18 TO AUGUST 22 FIRST WEEK OF 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR
Arrest/civil citations 0
WHS Deputy Evelyn Brown- Reported a very good first day with a minor traffic crash in the student parking lot. FHP did not need to respond. Discussed bus concerns with a parent involving her student. Counseled two students about not smoking marijuana. A student was stopped for attempting to leave campus without signing out. Counseled two female students who are having difficulty getting along. Contact was made with a parent over the Sheriff’s Office Explorer Program. Assisted an ESE student find her classroom and responded to the parking lot due to a vehicle with lights left on. Spoke to students and parents about conflicts that were reported. Counseled a female student about personal issues. Made contact with a student who wants to become a Sheriff’s Explorer. A teacher reported missing some food items from a classroom. Deputy Scott Rojas filled in for Deputy Brown and contacted a student and his parent about sexting with a female middle school student. Counseled a student who was disrespectful at home and created damage to a wall. A student ran from the bus at WHS and went to a nearby business where a relative works. The relative kept the student with her.
WMS Deputy Joe Page-Reported a very good first day. Counseled a student about sending threatening text messages. Talked to a parent about a student who appeared to be smoking marijuana in a social media photograph. Discussed the Sheriff’s Explorer Program with four interested students. Had a teacher meeting and a citizen contact. Transported a student to the Explorer’s Program at WHS. Interacted with several students and ran a security check at Shadeville Elementary. Two parent contacts were completed in the front office. Custody and student pickup issues were addressed with a parent at Medart Elementary School.
RMS Deputy Lisa Crum-Very smooth first day reported. A counselor expressed concern about a student’s safety due to the incarceration of her guardians. Contact was made with a state agency. Two citizen contacts were made during the day. Met with a parent over a student being poked in the eye with scissors on the bus. The child was treated at the Emergency Room and is doing well. Discussed length of transportation issues with a concerned parent. Provided student transportation to WHS for the Explorer’s Program. Checked on the student who was poked in the eye with scissors. The student was disappointed he was unable to take part in physical activities for the week. Deputy Crum discussed school bus schedules with a parent. Counseled a student about not sending inappropriate photographs to male students and discussed the legal consequences they both could face. Counseled a parent on ways to get her son to complete his homework. Two students approached Deputy Crum about becoming members of the Explorer’s Program.
Sopchoppy Second Chance Deputy Billy Metcalf-Spoke to a student and grandparent about a mental health issue. Reported positive interaction with students. Discussed a case involving a student with an adult and the adult stated she does not require WCSO services. Smooth day at school. Interacted with several students. Addressed an issue with a student who declined to do his work and argued with teachers. Principal Crouch handled the discipline. Met with Principal Crouch and a student over a classroom disruption. The student was escorted to ISS for the remainder of the day. Several security checks were completed at school.
Crime Analyst Karen Kemp-Welcome Back SROs! Two sexual offender registrations, one criminal registration and three criminal histories were conducted. Handled another sex offender registration.
Deputy Scott Rojas and Lt. Billy Jones met over a special detail. Deputy Rojas worked on the SAVE Program and will attend a Sheriff’s Explorer program meeting. Deputy Rojas investigated a bullying complaint at Riversink Elementary.