Our Officers

Officer Ford

School Resource Officer
Hingham High School

17 Union St. Hingham, MA 02043

Officer Ramsey

School Resource Officer
Hingham Middle School

1103 Main St. Hingham, MA 02043

Officer McGillicuddy

School Resource Officer
East Elementary
Foster Elementary
Plymouth River Elementary
South Elementary

East Elementary – 2 Collins Rd, Hingham, MA 02043

Foster Elementary – 55 Downer Ave, Hingham, MA 02043

Plymouth River Elementary – 200 High St, Hingham, MA 02043

South Elementary – 831 Main St, Hingham, MA 02043

Guiding Principles

The School Resource Officer Program is a nationally accepted program involving the placement of a certified law enforcement officer within the educational environment on several different levels.  This partnership between the school district and local law enforcement agency allows the SRO to work closely with the school administration to provide a safe learning environment, law related education, and the expertise of a trained law enforcement officer on campus.


The officer is involved in a variety of functions:

  • As a visible, active law enforcement figure on campus dealing with any law-related issue.
  • As a classroom resource for instruction in the following areas: law related education, violence diffusion, safety programs, alcohol and drug prevention, crime prevention and other areas.
  • As a member of the faculty and administrative team working hand in hand to solve problems in the school community.
  • As a resource for the students enabling them to be associated with positive law enforcement figure in the student’s environment.
  • As a resource to teachers, parents, and students for law related concerns and questions.
  • As a counseling resource in areas which may affect the educational environment and may be law-related.

D.A.R.E. Program

The D.A.R.E. Mission

“Teaching students good decision-making skills to help them lead safe and healthy lives”

The D.A.R.E. Vision

“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.”

History of the D.A.R.E. Program

Facing unparalleled drug abuse among our youth in the 1970’s and early 1980’s, visionary Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates and the Los Angeles Unified School District in 1983 launched an unprecedented and innovative substance abuse prevention education program – Drug Abuse Resistance Education.

With each passing year, D.A.R.E.’s success was seen in classrooms and homes leading to rapid growth and expansion. As each decade passed and success increased, the challenges facing children and families also grew. Today, through the leadership of D.A.R.E.’s dedicated Board of Directors, and the tireless commitment and hard work of tens of thousands of officers and educators throughout America and around the globe, D.A.R.E strives each day to achieve its vital mission… to fulfill a vision.

For more information about D.A.R.E. click here.