Bill Summary for H 76 (2019-2020)

Summary date: 

Mar 5 2019

Bill Information:

View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
House Bill 76 (Public) Filed Wednesday, February 13, 2019
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH THAT SCHOOL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO ALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS, CLARIFY THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE CENTER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS, REQUIRE THREAT ASSESSMENT TEAMS BE ESTABLISHED AT EACH PUBLIC SCHOOL AND CODIFY THE DUTIES OF THREAT ASSESSMENT TEAMS, REQUIRE LME/MCOS TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS REFERRED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT, REQUIRE LOCAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION TO REQUIRE PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT PROGRAMS AT ALL SCHOOLS WITH GRADES SIX AND HIGHER, REQUIRE REPORTING ON THE OPERATIONAL STATUS OF ALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS DURING STATES OF EMERGENCY, DEFINE THE TERM "SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER" AND REQUIRE TRAINING FOR SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS, AND REQUIRE ANNUAL VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS FOR EACH PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDING.
Intro. by White, Torbett, Horn, Elmore.

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House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.

Part V. 

Amends proposed GS 115C-105.70(a) by making clarifying and organizational changes to the duties of a school resources officer. Clarifies that those duties include any additional responsibility related to school safety or security assigned by the officer's employer while the officer is acting as a school resource officer (was, any other responsibility assigned by the public school unit or law enforcement agency that employs the officer). 

Amends the act's long title by expanding it to refer to the changes made in the act.

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