🚧 ATTENTION 🚧
** 350 Registrations has been reached **
Due to the Governor’s current Executive Order, Wilmington Convention Center
has limited capacity. The seating limit, currently, with social distancing,
in the convention center Exhibit Hall is 350.
As of Friday, April 9th, at 4:30pm, we reached 350 registrations. We still ask that you CONTINUE TO REGISTER. Anyone that registers, at this point, will be placed on a “Wait List.” If anyone that is currently registered, cancels, if the maximum seating capacity is increased, or if there are other easing of restrictions by the Governor, those that are on the “Wait List” will be notified when those slots become available.
2021 Conference Registration
The 2021 NCASRO Conference is open for registration. Please click here for more information.
Golf Tournament Fundraiser
The Golf Club at Quail Ridge
Saturday, March 27, 2021
A huge THANK YOU to our sponsors, the players, and NCASRO Board for making the NCASRO Golf Tournament fundraiser a HUGE success!! An even greater THANK YOU to our Region 4 Representative, Larry Whitaker, and Chaplain, Kevin Spivey, for all of the extra work that you put in leading up to tournament day. THANK YOU to
The Golf Club at Quail Ridge for hosting our tournament, Jones Printing for donating our Hole Sponsor signs,
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Sanford for the sodas and water, and to Campbell Soup Company/Lance for the donation of Toasty snack crackers and Cape Cod potato chips.
National University Offers Scholarship to NCASRO Members
National University who you may have seen at their Vendor Booth during the 2019 Conference would like to extend a scholarship opportunity NCASRO members.
Click the link below to find out more information.
NCASRO Mission Statement
To Provide a supportive and educational network to the School Resource Officers in North Carolina and beyond, with the common goal of protecting every child so they can reach their fullest potential in a safe learning environment.
NCASRO is a non-profit organization that helps put the needed tools in hands of today’s SROs. SROs work to reduce school violence by enforcing violations of the law occurring on school property, by informing students of the dangers of substance abuse, by introducing programs that will enhance acceptable social behavior, and by serving as positive role models.