What is a School Resource Officer?
School Resource Officer (SRO) Zaugg is a member of the Enforcement Division, and is assigned to serve schools within the City of Pendleton. SRO Zaugg works in collaboration with educators, students, parents, and the community to reduce crime, drug abuse, violence, and to provide a safe school environment.
SRO Zaugg is certified through the National Association of School Resource Officers and a member of the Oregon School Resource Officers Association.
How do School Resource Officers Provide a Safe School Environment?
- Patrol school grounds, respond to calls for service in the area, and participate in juvenile enforcement missions to prevent juvenile delinquency
- Provide guidance on ethical issues in a classroom setting or informal settings
- Provide individual counseling and mentoring to students
- Give classroom presentations on the work of the SRO, the criminal justice system, and other related topics that help to build an understanding of law enforcement's role in the community
- Participate in school-related events
The safety of students and staff and the security of our campuses are the two main concerns of School Resource Officer Zaugg. To meet the challenges of maintaining a safe campus, we ask for the assistance of students, staff and parents to be vigilant. If you feel that something needs to be addressed, please bring it to the attention of Officer Zaugg, school staff or other law enforcement as soon as possible.
- School Resource Officer Lance Zaugg
- Contact: 541-276-4411, Ext 1125
- Email: lance.zauggci.pendleton.or.us ORlance.zauggpendleton.k12.or.us ( )
D.A.R.E. envisions a world in which students everywhere are empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from violence, substance abuse, and other dangerous behaviors.
D.A.R.E. is a comprehensive K-12 education program taught in thousands of schools in America and 52 other countries. D.A.R.E. curriculum addresses drugs, violence, bullying, internet safety, and other high risk circumstances that today are too often a part of students’ lives. The Pendleton Police Department is fortunate to have retired Pendleton Police Department Officer Hamby continue teaching this program to 5th grade students in Pendleton, Helix and Echo schools.Through his 19 years of service, Glenn Hamby has reached thousands of students.
- Glenn Hamby, DARE Instructor
- Phone: 541-276-4411
- Email glenn.hambyci.pendleton.or.us.
Pendleton Friends of D.A.R.E.
- Noni Mathews
- Blue Mountain Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors
- Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Pendleton Lodge No. 288
- Ladies Auxiliary VFW Let'er Buck Auxiliary 922
- Pendleton School District 16R
- Pendleton City Police Association
- Continental Mills
- Rotary International, Pendleton Club
- Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 922 Let'er Buck Post
- Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #2492 Pendleton
- Main Street Side Saddlers
- Pendleton Kiwanis Club
Products or Gift Certificates
- Papa Murphy’s Pizza
- Pendleton Dairy Queen
- Denny's Restaurant
- Abby's Pizza
2010 Donation of Personal Time and Service
- Kelle Burden
- Deb Sue Hamby
- Maxine & Tom Tangney