In compliance with the Uniform Violent Incident Reporting System, the District will record each violent or disruptive incident that occurs on school property or at a school function. On or before September 30 of each year (commencing 2002), the District will submit an annual report of violent or disruptive incidents to the Commissioner in the manner prescribed.
The District will establish local procedures for the reporting of violent or disruptive incidents by each building and /or program under its jurisdiction. Copies of such incident reports will be retained for the time prescribed by the Commissioner in the applicable records retention schedule. These reports will be available for inspection by the State Education Department upon request.
All personally identifiable information included in a violent or disruptive incident report will be confidential and will not be disclosed to any person for any purpose other than that specified in Section 2802 of the Education Law, except as otherwise authorized by law.
Beginning with the 2002-2003 school year, the District will include a summary of the District’s annual violent or disruptive incident report in its School District Report Card in the format prescribed by the Commissioner.
Education Law Section 2802
8 New York Code of Rules and
Regulations(NYCRR)Section 100.2 (gg)