The Washington School Safety Organization goal is to unite law enforcement, security professionals and educators to develop effective community partnerships.  With a strong network of experts who share this goal, and through advanced specialized training, we can ensure the safety of our schools, students and staff.  

Throughout Washington, students,staff  and  the communities we serve receive the benefits of WSSO members by promoting a safe and secure learning environment. Every year we bring together trainers and experts from around the state and the nation, to address current trends, topics and training that promotes school safety and provides vested members with the skills and tools to better perform their jobs.

We are hoping that you will want to be a part of this organization and will join us at our Training Conference held every summer. We look forward to meeting you and working together to keep our schools safe!

In addition to our Annual Conference, we also use social media to stay on top of the current trends, provide networking opportunities, and access to the vast experience and knowledge that is available through out the state.

Welcome to the Washington School Safety Organization web site.  We are an organization comprised of School Administrators, School Security Officers, DARE Officers, GREAT Officers and School Resource Officers.  We combined both the Washington DARE Officer’s Association and the Washington School Security and School Resource Officer’s Association to create this new and exciting organization

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In the Spotlight

2013-2014 SSO /SRO of the Year

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Ken Elliot was elected as the 2013-2014  SSO of the Year. He was selected because of his dedication to the youth that he serves.  His out reach work with the Black and Brown Summit has reached numerous students, staff, and community members.

Dave Montalvo was selected as the 2013-2014 SRO of the Year. He was selected because he epitomizes what it means to be a SRO. His relationship with his staff, students, and community makes him an amazing SRO.