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Industrial Security Letter

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Book Id: WPLBN0000100369
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2008
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Title: Industrial Security Letter  
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
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Industrial Security Letter. (n.d.). Industrial Security Letter. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: The renewed national focus on school crime and safety continues into the current school year, fueled not only by the tragic events in Colorado, Oregon, and elsewhere, but also by the more common but less serious violence that touches the lives of students, parents, teachers, and school officials. Solutions to any problem can only be developed if the programs and policies developed to address it are built on accurate information about the nature, extent, and scope of the problem. This report is intended to provide information that will assist in developing programs to prevent and cope with violence and crime in schools.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Foreword .............................................................................................................................................................. iii Executive Summary ............................................................................................................................................. v Acknowledgments................................................................................................................................................ x List of Tables........................................................................................................................................................ xiii List of Figures ...................................................................................................................................................... xix Nonfatal Student Victimization—Student Reports................................................................................................. 1 1. Victimization of students at school and away from school......................................................................... 2 2. Prevalence of students being victimized at school .................................................................................... 6 3. Prevalence of students being threatened or injured with a weapon on school property............................ 7 4. Prevalence of students involved in physical fights on school property ...................................................... 9 5. Prevalence of students being bullied at school.......................................................................................... 11 6. Prevalence of students having property stolen or deliberately damaged on school property.................... 12 Violence and Crime at School—Public School Principal/Disciplinarian Reports................................................... 15 7. Crimes reported to the police..................................................................................................................... 16 8. Specific crimes reported to the police........................................................................................................ 18 Nonfatal Teacher Victimization at School—Teacher Reports ............................................................................... 21 9. Nonfatal teacher victimization at school .................................................................................................... 22 10. Prevalence of teachers being threatened with injury or attacked by students......................................... 24 School Environment............................................................................................................................................. 25 11. Prevalence of students carrying weapons on school property................................................................. 26 12. Students’ perceptions of personal safety at school and when traveling to and from school.................... 28 13. Students’ reports of avoiding places at school ........................................................................................ 30 14. Students’ reports of gangs at school........................................................................................................ 32 15. Public school principals’ reports of discipline problems at school ........................................................... 34 16. Prevalence of students using alcohol ...................................................................................................... 35 17. Prevalence of students using marijuana.................................................................................................. 37 18. Prevalence of students reporting drugs were made available to them on school property...................... 39

 

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