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  • Police Chief Dyer on how resource officers try to keep students out of trouble

    Eye on Education: Understanding the adolescent mind, learning strategies for youth and working with the victim/offender reconciliation program for restorative justice are part of the job for a student resource officer, Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer says.

Police Chief Dyer on how resource officers try to keep students out of trouble

Eye on Education: Understanding the adolescent mind, learning strategies for youth and working with the victim/offender reconciliation program for restorative justice are part of the job for a student resource officer, Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer says.
Andrea Castillo acastillo@fresnobee.com