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Comprehensive School Safety Plan


This workshop will take an in-depth look at the legal requirements for Comprehensive School Safety Plans (CSSP).  Participants will be guided through the mandated development and annual review process, as well as a component by component look at each of the required CSSP elements.  Participants will receive a copy of the SDCOE CSSP template, along with resources and tools to aid in the development of site specific plans.

 Special attention will be given to strategies and resources related to the following topics:

  • Identification & support of students with mental health concerns.
  • Threat Assessment
  • Mental Health Crisis Intervention
  • Tactical information in the CSSP and public view considerations
  • Incident Command
  • Positive School Climate
School Administrators, Nurses, Counselors, Social Workers, and any other staff involved in school safety should attend.

We typically offer this training in the Fall.

Please click on one of the following workshop dates for more information:

This workshop can be given at a District level.  Please contact Jim Crittenden for details.


Resources

Comprehensive School Safety Plan

Summary of Revisions Made on 7/10/2015

Section B A on Child Abuse Reporting Procedures was updated to include information on AB 1432, which requires all school districts, county offices of education, state special schools and charter schools to:

  1. Annually train, using the online training module provided by the State Department of Social Services, or other training, employees and persons working on their behalf who are mandated reporters, as defined in Penal Code 11165.7, on the mandated reporting requirements.
  2. Develop a process for all persons required to receive training under the bill to provide proof of completing this training within the first 6 weeks of each school year or within 6 weeks of that person's employment.

CSSP Required Element - Resources

Child Abuse Reporting - EC 32282(a)(2)(A)

With the passage of AB 1432 in September, 2014, school districts, county offices of education, state special schools and diagnostic centers operated by the State Department of Education, and charter schools are required to:

1. Annually train, using the online training module provided by the State Department of Social Services, or other training, employees and persons working on their behalf who are mandated reporters, as defined in Penal Code 11165.7, on the mandated reporting requirements.

2.  Develop a process for all persons required to receive training under the bill to provide proof of completing this training within the first 6 weeks of each school year or within 6 weeks of that person's employment.

The training method and process used to assure compliance with AB 1432 should also be outlined in each school's Comprehensive School Safety Plan.

Disaster Procedures - EC 32282(a)(2)(B)

Procedure for Notification of Potentially Dangerous Students - EC 32282(a)(2)(D)

Safe and Orderly Environment - EC 32282(a)(2)(H)

Contacts
Barbara Higgins                                                           Jim Crittenden

Director                                                                        Project Specialist 
858-292-3786                                                              858-569-3136