Oklahoma City Public Schools has had 15 SROs
in its middle and high schools for over a decade.
no electricity but instead increased electricity bills?' Sros
owners cited a 1954 case involving a Los Angeles code provision that sought to "amortize" a lawful nonconforming plumbing business in a residential zone.
are uniformed, armed police officers assigned to work directly in schools.
was struck down on the charges that it was issued by a federal finance ministry without the express approval of the federal cabinet.
However, sources claim, the present government had been violating the constitution by levying taxes and varying tax rates through SROs
. The ministry of finance through the Finance Act 2017, even inserted provisions in various tax codes aimed at nullifying the judgment of the Supreme Court.
"We have found significant revenue loss, as most of these goods imported duty-free under SRO
492(I)/2009 were never exported back and sold in the local market instead," an official said.
Administrators must know state laws and ensure SROs
know a district's expectations about handling disciplinary problems, says Mo Canady, executive director of the National Association of School Resource Officers.
According to Screen Australia, SROs
play a key role in providing early-mid career film and multimedia makers across Australia with affordable access to production equipment and advice, subsidy programs, professional development and accredited training, exhibition programming and a range of special projects.
* What SROs
are and their roles as educators, informal counselors, and law enforcers
The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association called on the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday to review the regulatory structure of broker-dealers, exchanges and the self-regulatory model, as technology advances have changed the way market participants operate and because SROs
now compete with the BDs they regulate.