School Resource Officer

Working out of the Traffic Division, the School Resource Officer (SRO) is a full-time position that performs in three primary roles: law enforcement officer, law-related counselor, and law-related educator.  The SRO interacts with the City's youth and school officials to foster a relationship between students, school administration, parents, and other governmental agencies.  In addition, the SRO collaborates with the school administration and the community as a resource for safety and security issues. The SRO will assist the school administration in maintaining a safe and secure environment through a highly visible presence to deter or identify trespassers and threats on campus. In addition, the SRO will provide a service to the surrounding community by addressing concerns related to youth from the school.

You can learn a bit more about who the SROs are and what they do by watching this 3-minute video produced by the Lake Oswego School District.

To contact School Resource Officer Bryan Sheldon, click here.

To contact School Resource Officer James Euscher, click here.


Officer Euscher
Officer Sheldon