School Resource Officer Division

SRO Division Officers

Deputy Mike Lewis – MSRO Chairman

Livingston County Sheriff’s Department/Chillicothe R2 Schools

Mike’s message: Hello fellow officers. I am proud to be your President for the next two years. I have been a part of this organization since its beginning and love what is has become. This is your organization and I want you to feel like it is. Please contact me with any suggestions or concerns you have. My email is We have an outstanding Board of Directors that will be working hard for you. If you have not been a part of our conference in the summer, I urge you to attend. We try to put together a great conference with quality training and make it family-friendly as well. Again, I am happy to be your Chairman and look forward to a great two years.



Darin Chance – Vice-Chairman

Chief, Ash Grove Police Department

Evan Waters – Treasurer

Manchester Police Department

Evan’s message: I am Officer Evan Waters and I am the Treasurer for the Missouri School Resource Officers. For the last 20 years, I have been with the Manchester Police Department. I am currently the SRO for Parkway South High School which is located in St. Louis County. I have also earned a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Lindenwood University. I am looking forward to utilizing my job experience and education to help the MSRO.


Gary Hickok – Secretary

St. Joseph Police Department

Jack Taylor – Sergeant at Arms

Independence Police Department


Matt Westrich – Parliamentarian

Riverside Police Department

Matt’s message: My name is Matt Westrich and I am your new Parliamentarian representing the MSROA and School Resource Officers from all across Missouri. I am a police officer working in the city of Riverside at Park Hill South High School. I have been a police officer for 19 years of which 17 continuous years have been spent working as a School Resource Officer in the Park Hill District. I have been active in MSROA for 10 years, serving as a Regional Representative for Platte County. My goal as your Board of Governor is to work for you and help MSROA facilitate a great conference each year. The only way we can build upon our progress is when MSROA hears from you. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us with your thoughts and ideas. I look forward to serving you.

Scott Ramsey – Chaplain

Blue Springs School District PD

Scott’s message: My name is Scott Ramsey and I am your Board appointed Chaplin.  I am currently an SRO at Blue Springs School District in the Kansas City Metro area. Blue Springs School District is the first in Missouri to have their own certified Police Dept. K-12. I have been a Police Officer for 22 years, the last 9 years at Blue Springs School District.  Through the years, I have been assigned to several different divisions, one of them being a School Resource Officer.  I have enjoyed working in the schools, teaching classes and being available to help both students and staff.   If you ever need anything or someone to talk with, please contact me.  Joshua 1:9






MSRO State Representatives

Blue Springs School District – Derek King

Boone County Sheriff’s Department – Craig James

Cole County Sheriff’s Department – Joe Matherne

Eureka Police Department – Jennifer Werges

Florissant Police Department – Kimberly Berry

Grandview Police Department – Brian Bradley

Independence Police Department – Gary Baker

Jackson County Sheriff – Randall Vestal

KCMO Police – Daniel Morrow

Kirksville – Rich Harden

Kirkwood Police Department – Donald Douglas

Lee Summit Police Department – Darnell Sims

Lee Summit Police Department – Bobby Conard

Lee Summit High School – James Oyler

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department – Sierra Turley

Logan Rogersville School Police Department – Mark Hall

Monett Police Department – Jay Jastal

Neosho Police Department – Phillip Whiteman

Pacific Police Department – Greg Hurst

Pemislot County Sheriff’s Department – Anthony Dale

Pettis Sheriff’s Office – John Cline

Sugar Creek Police Department – Amanda Akers

Waynesville Police Department – Nick Lopez

Willow Springs Police Department – Glen Moore

Regional Map


Basic SRO Training Handouts (October 22-26, 2018)

Day 1

History & Role of SRO – History of SRO

Youth Mental Health – Understanding Mental Health in Youth Final Feb 2017 (2)

Autism-Guide-for-LE-v2Common Medications for Youth HandoutSuicide Warnings Signs for Youth HandoutTips for Law Enforcement Interacting wPersons wBehavioral Health Issues;TIPS for LEO’s Working Directly with Youth

Day 2

Active Intruder – Active Intruder

Day 3

Legal Issues in Schools – SRO LEGAL TRAINING 9_18

Missouri Juvenile Law – Juvenile Justice Guidelines and Recommended Practices Sept 2018In Re Gault HandoutMary Ellen Wilson HandoutJDTA form 5 1 13

Day 4

Drug ID & Physiological Impact – Drug ID

Day 5

Cyber Crimes – Cyber Social Media Issues

2019 SCCG Color-Coded Map

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1001 East High Street Jefferson City, Missouri 65101 Phone: (573) 636-5444