|Grosse Ile Township Schools|
|Bylaws & Policies|
7440 - FACILITY SECURITY
Buildings constitute the greatest financial investment of the District. It is in the best interest of the Board of Education to protect the District's investment adequately. The buildings and equipment owned by the Board shall be protected from theft and vandalism in order to maintain the optimum conditions for carrying out the educational programs.
The Superintendent shall develop and supervise a program for the security of the District's students, staff, visitors, school buildings, school grounds, and school equipment in compliance with State and Federal law. Such a program may include the use of video surveillance and electronic monitoring equipment in appropriate public areas in and around the schools and other District facilities, and on school buses.
Every effort shall be made to apprehend those who knowingly cause serious physical harm to students, staff, visitors and Board property and may require prosecution of those who bring harm to persons and/or property. The Board will seek repair to rectify the damage or payment of a fee to cover the cost of repair or replacement from the person(s) responsible. A reward may be offered for apprehending such persons.
Appropriate authorities may be contacted in the case of serious offenses.
Upon Board approval, the Superintendent is authorized to install metal detectors and video surveillance/electronic monitoring equipment on school property in order to protect the health, welfare, and safety of students, staff, visitors and Board property, and other security devices that would assist in the detection of guns and dangerous weapons:
|A.||in school buildings;|
|B.||on District property;|
|C.||at Board-sponsored/controlled events.|
The Superintendent shall report to the Board each major case of vandalism and the extent of the damage.
The Superintendent shall report to the Board, no later than the next Board meeting, any significant incident involving vandalism, theft, personal safety or other security risk and the measures being taken to address the situation.