Trespassers

 

Restrictions on the use of school buildings and grounds may be implemented by administrative action.  The Board gives all district and building administrators and their designees full power and authority to implement and enforce restrictions on access to school property and to issue no trespassing commands and stay away/no trespassing letters. Such action shall be taken consistent with constitutional and other legal rights.

 

All district and building administrators and their designees shall have full power and authority to direct any individual or group to leave school grounds and stay away where such individual or group has:

1.                  failed to comply with identification or check-in procedures,

2.                  are determined by such administrators or designees to not have a legitimate school purpose to be on school grounds, or

3.                  who are determined by such administrators or designees to present a risk to the safety of building users or a risk of disruption to the educational program, including without limitation, registered sex offenders. 

A refusal to leave or stay away as directed will be considered trespassing and shall be reported by the administrators or their designees to proper law enforcement authorities.

 

 

 

 

 

Legal Reference: Neb. Rev. Stat.  §§ 28-520 to 28-522

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Policy                                                                           COLUMBUS PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Adopted:     _11/09/09____                                         Columbus, Nebraska

                                                                                    Reviewed:  11/9/09