SSS

Student Support Services

New York State Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE)

The New York State Education Department is committed to promoting safe learning environments where students and teachers work collaboratively in pursuit of academic excellence and social and emotional growth. The information on this page provides safety resources and guidance to school officials about the Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) Act. It also provides a guidance document for the completion of school safety plans. The information is especially useful for school administrators and others concerned about school safety.

News: Information Regarding Recent Statutory and Regulatory Changes Related to School Emergency Response Planning

School Safety Plans

Codes of Conduct

Child Abuse in an Educational Setting

Fingerprinting Regulations

School Violence Prevention & Intervention (Including training and workshops)

 

School Safety Plans

Codes of Conduct

Codes of conduct on school property - Education Law – Chapter 16, Title II,  ARTICLE 55,  § 2801

Relevant Regulation - CR 100.2(l)

Child Abuse in an Educational Setting

Article 23-B:

Education Law

Reporting Requirements review

Confidential Report of Allegation of Child Abuse in an Education Setting

Report form - Page 1 Word document (34.5 KB)

Definitions - Page 2

Section 100.2; Subdivision (hh) of Commissioner's Regulation - Reporting Child Abuse in an Educational Setting

Fingerprinting Regulations

Fingerprinting Regulations

Questions and Answers Concerning the Applicability of SAVE and the School Employee Fingerprinting and Child Abuse Reporting Legislation to Charter Schools

School Violence Prevention and Intervention

  • Training Workshops in School Violence Prevention and Intervention

    Approved Providers of Training:

There is no deadline for submission, but applications must be accompanied by supporting materials and a $600 application processing fee. Certification is valid for six years.  Submit completed Applications for Approval, including the fee made payable to the New York State Education Department to:

New York State Education Department
P. O. Box 7346
Albany, NY 12224
Last Updated: November 9, 2016