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Senate Bill 0035


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Senate Bill 0035

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School safety. Requires a school superintendent to immediately notify law enforcement authorities when a student brings a firearm onto school property or is in possession of a firearm on school property. Provides that the superintendent may give similar notice if a deadly weapon other than a firearm is involved. Requires a law enforcement agency that receives notice from a superintendent to investigate and take appropriate action. Removes a requirement that the superintendent notify the county prosecutor in similar situations. Requires the superintendent of a school corporation or equivalent authority of an accredited nonpublic school to notify the state superintendent of public instruction when the administrator knows that a current or former employee with a teacher's license has been convicted of an offense for which a teacher loses a license. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the interim study committee on education issues.)
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     In Committee - first House
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