School Resource Officers
The purpose of the School Resource Officer (SRO) program is to provide multiple services to students, faculty, parents, staff and the community that make up each school. The SRO works hand-in- hand with the school administration to instill a sense of safety for all students and faculty members in order to create a safe environment for everyone to work and study.
The SRO not only enforces laws and investigates reported crimes on campus, but also serves as an advisor and instructor. The SRO consults with students, parents, faculty, staff and community citizens with issues of personal nature that affect the educational process of each person involved. The SRO also acts as a guest lecturer in class where personal and professional experiences can offer a different insight to a particular subject matter the teacher may be instructing.
Deputy Jamey Fah
Pleasant Valley High School Resource Officer
Deputy Jamey Fah Is a Pleasant Valley alumnus from the class of ’95. Mr. Fah graduated from Augustana College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. He began serving the residents of Scott County as a Reserve Deputy, before being hired as a full time Deputy in 2013.
Deputy Fah holds many titles and certifications as a law enforcement officer, including Field Training Officer, Crisis and Hostage Negotiator, Field Sobriety Instructor, and is a Precision Driving Instructor. Mr. Fah has been involved in Pleasant Valley athletics over the past years as a football and wrestling coach, as well as helping to work regularly work security at many of the varsity football games.
He resides in the Pleasant Valley district with his family, which includes his wife Cara – a teacher within the Davenport School district and two school aged children. In his free time, Deputy Fah enjoys running, spending time with his family and watching movies.
T: (563) 332-5151 ext. 5124 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Peter Bawden
Junior High School Resource Officer
Deputy Peter Bawden graduated the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy in 1998 as a Davenport Police Officer. In 2000, he moved to Storm Lake Iowa as a police officer before joining the Scott County Sheriff’s Office in 2005. During his career he has become team leader of the Scott County Hostage/Crisis Negotiators, certified in CIT (Crisis Intervention Team), Accident Reconstructionist, Field Training Officer, has served on Scott County and Storm Lake PD Emergency Services teams, served as a K-9 handler in Storm Lake, a member of the Quad States Gang Task Force (Storm Lake), served in the capacity of a covert narcotics officer with the Quad Cities MEG (Metropolitan Enforcement Group). Deputy Bawden also previously served the Scott County Sheriff’s Office as a detective specializing in Sex Offenders, as well as a Civil Deputy.
Off duty, Deputy Bawden has served the community as a Foster Parent, Elder at First Presbyterian Church, as well as being on the Board of Directors for Community Centered Counseling. Deputy Bawden currently resides in Davenport with his wife and five children.