A Look at School Crime Safety (Safety and Risk in Society) by Maegan E. Hauserman

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The statistics must be compiled according to the definitions used in the uniform crime reporting system of the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the modifications of these definitions included in the Hate Crimes Statistics Act. These statistics must be submitted annually to ED. 46 for related regulatory requirements. 14. 36 Section 487(c)(3)(B). , and in collaboration with the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).

Of these, one of the allowable uses of funds is for school safety programs. Funds may also be used to expand and improve school-based mental health services, including the early identification of violence. 20 The program was not funded for FY2008. In the FY2009 budget request, the President did not request funding for this program. Elementary and Secondary School Counseling The Elementary and Secondary School Counseling program is authorized by Title V-D-2. This program provides competitive grants to LEAs to help them establish or expand elementary and secondary school counseling programs.

The first two items for which states are required to collect and publish data must be reported on a school-by-school basis. The collected data are to include incident reports by school officials, anonymous student surveys, and anonymous teacher surveys. Additional reporting requirements related to schools identified as persistently dangerous are discussed in the unsafe school choice option section. In addition, states are required to submit biennial reports to ED on the implementation and outcome of state and LEA programs funded under the SDFSCA, including data on progress in reaching performance measures for drug and violence prevention.

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