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School boards and local law-enforcement agencies; memorandums of understanding, frequency of review.

Shortens from every five years to every two years the frequency of the review period for memorandums of understanding between school boards and local law-enforcement agencies. The bill also requires local school boards to conspicuously publish the current division memorandum of understanding on its division website and provide notice and opportunity for public input and discussion during each memorandum of understanding review period.

Date Version PDF TXT
01/29/2020 House: Committee substitute printed 20106898D-H1 Open
12/30/2019 House: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20102225D Open

            

2020 SESSION

    20106898D
    HOUSE BILL NO. 292
    AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE
    (Proposed by the House Committee on Education
    on January 29, 2020)
    (Patrons Prior to Substitute--Delegates VanValkenburg, Guzman [HB 897], and Lopez [HB 1135])
    A BILL to amend and reenact � 22.1-280.2:3 of the Code of Virginia, relating to school boards and local law-enforcement agencies; memorandums of understanding; frequency of review and public input.

    Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

    1. That � 22.1-280.2:3 of the Code of Virginia is amended and reenacted as follows:

    22.1-280.2:3. School boards; local law-enforcement agencies; memorandums of understanding.

    The school board in each school division in which the local law-enforcement agency employs school resource officers, as defined in � 9.1-101, shall enter into a memorandum of understanding with such local law-enforcement agency that sets forth the powers and duties of such school resource officers. The provisions of such memorandum of understanding shall be based on the model memorandum of understanding developed by the Virginia Center for School and Campus Safety pursuant to subdivision A 12 of � 9.1-184, which may be modified by the parties in accordance with their particular needs. Each such school board and local law-enforcement agency shall review and amend or affirm such memorandum at least once every five two years or at any time upon the request of either party. Each school board shall ensure the current division memorandum of understanding is conspicuously published on the division website and provide notice and opportunity for public input during each memorandum of understanding review period.

    Picture Name From Date Type
    Schuyler T. VanValkenburg D-Richmond Sponsor
    Alfonso H. Lopez D-Richmond Cosponsor
    Elizabeth R. Guzman D-Richmond Cosponsor
    Date Branch Action
    01/29/2020 House House: Committee substitute printed 20106898D-H1
    01/29/2020 House House: Reported from Education with substitute (19-Y 2-N)
    01/29/2020 Senate Senate: Incorporates HB897 (Guzman)
    01/29/2020 Senate Senate: Incorporates HB1135 (Lopez)
    01/27/2020 House House: Subcommittee recommends reporting with substitute (5-Y 1-N)
    01/13/2020 House House: Assigned Education sub: Pre-K-12
    12/30/2019 House House: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20102225D
    12/30/2019 House House: Referred to Committee on Education
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    Start Description.
    Shortens from every five years to every two years the frequency of the review period for memorandums of understanding between school boards and local law-enforcement agencies. The bill also requires local school boards to conspicuously publish the current division memorandum of understanding on its division website and provide notice and opportunity for public input and discussion during each memorandum of understanding review period.
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    Bill TEXT Points.
    This Bill has been listed with the following Subjects from Texts:
    School boards
    School boards; local law-enforcement agencies; memorandums of understanding


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