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Provincial model for a local police/school board protocol.

Provincial model for a local police/school board protocol.

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Published by Ministry of Education in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School boards -- Ontario.,
  • Police -- Ontario.,
  • School violence -- Ontario.,
  • School management and organization -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Education., Ontario. Ministry of the Solicitor General.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19066096M
    ISBN 100779445651
    OCLC/WorldCa52837866

    The police investigate incidents in accordance with the protocol developed with the DSBN. These protocols are based on the Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol, , developed by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and the Ministry of Education. 7. A new billing model should be predictable and stable over time. 8. A new model needs to validate what is included in base costs. 9. Billing model reform should also include legislative and regulatory change regarding policing. Capacity to pay is an overarching consideration at .

    The police play an essential role in making our schools and communities safer. The police investigate incidents in accordance with the protocol developed with the local school board. These protocols are based on a provincial model that was revised in by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and the Ministry of Education. school councils (e.g., board advisory committees, other groups) in the development of the local protocol. Principals are responsible for conducting investigations of incidents for which suspension or expulsion must be considered under the Education Act. This will include taking mitigating and otherFile Size: KB.

    The police investigate incidents in accordance with our Police/School Board protocol. This protocol is based on the provincial model developed by the Ministry of Education. The Durham Regional Police Service are instrumental in supporting our schools with all emergency preparedness procedures and Safe Schools initiatives. The AHSS School Code of Conduct reflects Provincial and Board Codes. The police investigate incidents in accordance with the protocol developed with the local school board. These protocols are based on a provincial model that was revised in by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and the Ministry of Education.


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Provincial model for a local police/school board protocol Download PDF EPUB FB2

Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol. As noted earlier, the document is intended to allow police services and school boards to negotiate protocols that accommodate the unique factors and/or considerations that may affect individual jurisdictions.

When developing local police/school board protocols, school boards andFile Size: KB. The Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol serves as a template for school boards.

It outlines the common principles upon which all local police/school board protocols should be based, and the 22 key elements they must include. Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol. Communiqué January 5, The present communiqué provides an update to Fire Marshal’s CommuniquéLockdown Procedures in Schools, Colleges and Universities, issued on Aug The Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, in partnership with a provincial.

Provincial model for a local police/school board protocol [microform]. Publication info: [Toronto: Ministry of Education], c Provincial model for a local police/school board protocol.,Toronto Public Library.

This protocol seeks to expand on the protocol and incorporate elements of the Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol introduced by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services.

The Ontario Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services will soon be providing police services and school boards with an updated Provincial Model for a Local Police School Board document will guide school boards and police services to establish and follow a protocol for the investigation of school-related occurrences.

On Janu representatives of local school boards and police services will gather to sign an updated Police/School Board Protocol. The protocol is the result of an ongoing partnership between the four school boards and four police services that serve Simcoe County and area.

Police/School Board Protocol based on the Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol,developed by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and the Ministry of Education. The police services and the Board will cooperate and coordinate their efforts to create.

Re: Police / School Board Protocols Attached is a summary of the new provisions in the Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol (the “Model Protocol”), developed by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (MCSCS) and the Ministry of Education (MOE).

Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol introduced by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (the “Provincial Model Protocol”). This protocol is designed to encourage, enable and maintain a positive relationship between police officers, school administrators, staff, students, parents.

This protocol recognizes that there are federal and provincial pieces of legislation that affect the District School Boards, the students and the school community at large.

These include, but are not limited to: *The Criminal Code of Canada; Police/School Board Protocol Page 6. accordance with the local Police/school board protocol, when responding to school-related occurrences.

The guideline also states that every chief of Police, and the Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), should work, where possible, with local school boards to develop programs for safe schools.

In other cases, use your discretion and consult with your SO to determine whether police should be contacted (Provincial Model for a Local Police/ School Board Protocol, ). Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol.

There are types of incidents that require mandatory reporting to the police, and types of incidents for which police response may also be needed. Please refer to Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol for information about occurrences requiring police reporting.

School Board – Police Protocol – APC Reviewed/Revised: February PURPOSE. To meet the requirements of the Education Act regarding the establishment of a local School Board – Police Protocol. Police-School Board Protocol. Introduction.

At the direction of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services Ontario, school boards and police services must establish and follow a protocol for the investigation of school-related occurrences.

the effectiveness of this protocol • protecting public safety • enforcing the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the Criminal Code, and other federal, provincial, and municipal legislation and related regulations • upholding the duties legislated under section 42 of the Police Services Act • assisting victims of crime.

Provincial Resources For HAZMAT/CBRNE Incident Response and HUSAR. Janu Helping Ontario Municipalities Educate (H.O.M.E.) Fund. Janu Data Collection on Occupational Stress Injuries/Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Programs and Services. January 7. •Police/School Board Protocol confirms the working relationship and appropriate responses to incidents where police involvement or intervention is requested or required in school related incidents.

•In Toronto, includes the 4 publicly-funded school boards in partnership with Toronto Police Service. MOE Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol School Vision All students, staff members and visitors will become knowledgeable about emergency procedures for threats to the safety and well-being of all.The specific actions taken by school personnel in any emergency situation, both Board-wide and at individual schools, will depend on the specifics of the situation.

Any action taken would depend on several factors, including the level of threat and the advice or directive of local, provincial, and federal agencies.which all regular staff members, itinerant and specialist teachers and support staff, facility workers and visitors are informed of local considerations in the event of a threat to school safety.

MOE Provincial Model for a Local Police/School Board Protocol.