CK(LEGAL) - SAFETY PROGRAM/RISK MANAGEMENT

Safety and Security Committee

Responsibilities

  1. Participate on behalf of the district in developing and implementing emergency plans consistent with the district multihazard emergency operations plan to ensure that the plans reflect specific campus, facility, or support services needs;
  2. Periodically provide recommendations to the board and district administrators regarding updating the district multihazard emergency operations plan [see CKC] in accordance with best practices identified by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), the TxSSC, or a person included in the registry of persons providing school safety or security consulting services established by the TxSSC;
  3. Provide the district with any campus, facility, or support services information required in connection with a safety and security audit, a safety and security audit report, or another report required to be submitted by the district to the TxSSC;
  4. Review each report required to be submitted by the district to the TxSSC to ensure that the report contains accurate and complete information regarding each campus, facility, or support service in accordance with criteria established by the center; and
  5. Consult with local law enforcement agencies on methods to increase law enforcement presence near district campuses.

Membership

  1. One or more representatives of an office of emergency management of a county or city in which the district is located;
  2. One or more representatives of the local police department or sheriff's office;
  3. One or more representatives of the district's police department, if applicable;
  4. The president of the board;
  5. A member of the board other than the president;
  6. The superintendent;
  7. One or more designees of the superintendent, one of whom must be a classroom teacher in the district;
  8. If the district partners with an open-enrollment charter school to provide instruction to students, a member of the open-enrollment charter school's governing body or a designee of the governing body; and
  9. Two parents or guardians of students enrolled in the district.

Meetings

Safety and Security Audit

Failure to Report Audit Results

Disclosure

Agreements

  1. The name of each entity with which the district has entered into a memorandum of understanding or mutual aid agreement;
  2. The effective date of each memorandum or agreement; and
  3. A summary of each memorandum or agreement.

Hughes Springs ISD

CK(LEGAL)-P

UPDATE 114

DATE ISSUED: 10/14/2019