Skip to main content

Introduced Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Interviewing, statement, or recording of a student. Provides that, before a law enforcement officer, school resource officer, or school security guard: (1) detains and interviews a student; (2) requests or requires a student to write or sign a statement; or (3) makes a recording of a student; concerning an act or omission by the student that would constitute a violation of a state or federal law or that could result in a suspension or expulsion from school, the law enforcement officer, school resource officer, or school security guard must meet certain requirements, including making reasonable efforts to notify the student's Interviewing, statement, or recording of a student. Provides that, before a law enforcement officer, school resource officer, or school security guard: (1) detains and interviews a student; (2) requests or requires a student to write or sign a statement; or (3) makes a recording of a student; concerning an act or omission by the student that would constitute a violation of a state or federal law or that could result in a suspension or expulsion from school, the law enforcement officer, school resource officer, or school security guard must meet certain requirements, including making reasonable efforts to notify the student's parent and to ensure that the student's parent is present. Prohibits a law enforcement officer, school resource officer, or school security guard from interviewing or detaining a student regarding a routine disciplinary investigation that does not involve a potential violation of state or federal law. Provides that, before a school employee: (1) requests or requires a student to write or sign a statement; or (2) makes a recording of a student; concerning an act or omission by the student that would constitute a violation of a state or federal law or that could result in a suspension or expulsion from school, the school employee must meet certain requirements, including making reasonable efforts to notify the student's parent and to ensure that the student's parent is present. ... View more