School Resource Officers

Officer Lynch
Officer Lynch
Officer Kokoros
 Officer Kokoros

Hello, my name is Officer Aanton Lynch and I have been a Patrol Officer of the Abington Police Department since March of 2016. Officer Lynch attended School Resource Officer (SRO) training and ALICE Instructor training prior to volunteering for the position of SRO. Officer Lynch earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Leadership from Northeastern University.

Prior to working for Abington Police Department, Officer Lynch worked at Northeastern University Police Department as a Patrol Officer and a Patrol Sergeant. During his career as a law enforcement officer he has served different functions within the department(s) such as: First line Supervisor Training, Mountain Bike Officer, (FTO) Training Officer, Firearm Instructor, Ammunition Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, RAD Instructor, Riot Training, Shield Training and ACTIVE Shooter Training. 

In September of 2017, Officer Lynch assumed the role of the School Resource Officer. As the SRO Officer Lynch act as a liaison between the Abington School District and the Abington Police Department.

SRO Officer Lynch is a valuable resource for Abington families. By educating the children in drug and alcohol abuse prevention, Officer Lynch constantly continues to work on keeping Abington a great place to live and work.   Abington is Officer Lynch’s home and he’s invested in keeping the families of Abington safe.

Officer Alex Kokoros has worked for the Abington Police since 2013.  Officer Kokoros has served as a patrol officer for the department and, most recently, as the department’s Court Prosecutor.  Officer Kokoros has attended School Resource Officer (SRO) training, ALICE training, and is now an ALICE Instructor.  Prior to working for the Abington Police, Officer Kokoros worked as a Campus Police Officer for approximately 8-years.  During that time, he served in various positions including patrol, community officer, Sergeant, and accreditation manager.  Officer Kokoros earned an A.S. in Criminal Justice at Massasoit Community College, a B.A. in Criminal Justice at Curry College, and a M.S. in Management from Lasell College.  Officer Kokoros also currently attends the Massachusetts School of Law.      

School Resource Officer (SRO)

A school resource officer, by federal definition, is a career law enforcement officer with sworn authority who is deployed by an employing police department or agency in a community-oriented policing assignment to work in collaboration with one or more schools.

Please feel free to contact us at the school or police department if we can ever provide any assistance whatsoever.  We are here to help keep you, the schools and the community safe however we can.

Always use 911 for emergencies.

Police Department at 781-878-3232

School Department at 781-982-2150