(MARYVILLE, Mo.) Education and safety officials from throughout the state last week elected board members to the Missouri School Safety Association, which now includes Northwest Missouri State University Police Clarence Green.
Green, who has served as the University’s Police Chief since 1997, was among 12 safety leaders and school administrators elected to the association. He was elected to Region H, which represents the counties of Atchison, Nodaway, Worth, Harrison, Mercer, Holt, Andrew, Gentry, Daviess, Grundy, Buchanan, Clinton, DeKalb, Caldwell and Livingston.
The Missouri School Safety Association works to improve existing programs and promote new programs of safety education in cooperation with public and private agencies while acquiring and disseminating accurate information regarding school safety, security and health.
Green joined Northwest in 1996 and has served on numerous safety and law enforcement committees. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northwest as well as several law enforcement and emergency management certifications.
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