Tag: SROs

Violence Prevention in Schools (FBI) [March 2017)

Practical advice gathered from experienced school resource officers on how law enforcement, schools, and districts can work together to keep schools safe. Includes best practices on: • Choosing a school resource officer • Establishing parameters • Necessary training and resources • Working with school officials • Challenges • Legal matters • School climate • Reporting …

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School Bus Safety (NHTSA) [March 2019]

NHTSA is responsible for establishing Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSSs) to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries resulting from motor vehicle crashes. Demonstrating our commitment to children’s safety on school buses, we have established minimum safety standards for school buses that are above and beyond those for regular buses because we believe school buses …

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School Bus Traffic Safety Facts (NHTSA) [May 2016]

A school-transportation-related crash is a crash that involves, either directly or indirectly, a school bus body vehicle or a non-school bus functioning as a school bus, transporting children to or from school or school-related activities. In this fact sheet school-age children are defined as children 18 and younger.

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Suggested Emergency Operations Plan Outline (NH HSEM) [January 2019]

The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) should have the basic plan, functional annex’s, hazard specific information and appendixes. This attachment provides the suggested School Emergency Operations Plan Outline.

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NH Senate Bill 11: Relative to “relative to mental health services and making appropriations therefor.” (NH Senate) [January 2019]

SENATE BILL 11 AN ACT relative to mental health services and making appropriations therefor. SPONSORS: Sen. Sherman, Dist 24; Sen. Rosenwald, Dist 13; Sen. Chandley, Dist 11; Sen. Levesque, Dist 12; Sen. Cavanaugh, Dist 16; Sen. Dietsch, Dist 9; Sen. Morgan, Dist 23; Sen. Kahn, Dist 10; Sen. Watters, Dist 4; Sen. Fuller Clark, Dist …

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NH Senate Bill 199: Relative to “requiring teachers to have training in suicide and bullying awareness and prevention.” (NH Senate) [January 2019]

SENATE BILL 199 AN ACT requiring teachers to have training in suicide and bullying awareness and prevention. SPONSORS: Sen. Ward, Dist 8; Sen. Birdsell, Dist 19; Sen. Bradley, Dist 3; Sen. Carson, Dist 14; Sen. Gray, Dist 6; Sen. Morse, Dist 22; Rep. Abrami, Rock. 19 COMMITTEE: Education and Workforce Development —————————————————————– ANALYSIS This bill …

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Choose Love Movement Overview Training (NH Fire Academy & EMS) [March 2019]

The NH Fire Academy and EMS has developed an online program for everyone to participate in. This program is good for one hour of CEU for first responders & teachers, and teaches participants about the program focused on social and emotional learning. Additionally, it discussed how it applies to the first responder and educational community. …

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Senate Bill 281: Relative to “mental health services for schools…” (NH Senate) [January 2019]

SENATE BILL 281-FN-A-LOCAL AN ACT relative to mental health services for schools and making an appropriation therefor. SPONSORS: Sen. Birdsell, Dist 19; Sen. Bradley, Dist 3; Sen. Carson, Dist 14; Rep. O’Connor, Rock. 6; Rep. Potucek, Rock. 6 COMMITTEE: Education and Workforce Development ────────────────────────────────────────────── ANALYSIS This bill permits school districts in Rockingham county to contract …

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Emergency Management Institute School Program (FEMA) [March 2019]

EMI offers school officials courses supporting the implementation of NIMS as well as general courses aimed at building school emergency management capacity.

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Safety Alerts for Education – S.A.F.E. (Ping4, Inc.) [March 2019]

Ping4’s S.A.F.E app is FREE for any school in the U.S. to make schools safer for students and staff by providing the ability to send hyperlocal emergency alerts in real-time to anyone located within the impacted area.

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