Emergency Preparedness in Schools

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National Institute of Mental Health – workshop on survivors of mass violence National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) National Parent-Teacher Organization National School Safety and Security Services National School Safety Center National Wildfire Coordinating Group National Youth Gang Center National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center Natural Hazards Center New York Association of School Psychologists New York State Department of Health New York State Emergency Management New York State Center For School Safety
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26 Occupational Safety and Health Administration / U.S. Department of Labor Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Partnerships Against Violence Online Partners Assuring Safer Schools. Peace it Together: Strategies for Violence Prevention Red Cross Resources for Youth Surgeon General Youth Violence United States Department of Education United States Department of Justice for Kids and Youth
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27 LAWS: FEDERAL ACTS Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1994, 20 U.S.C.A. Sections 7101 et seq. (1994). Project SAVE, Safe Schools Against Violence in Education Act, 2000 N.Y. Laws Ch. 181 S. 8236 (Westlaw 2000). United States Code Annotated Title 42. The Public Health and Welfare Chapter 6A—Public Health Service Subchapter II--General Powers and Duties Part G--Quarantine and Inspection § 264. Regulations to control communicable diseases . Retrieved August 19, 2003 from OTHER LEGAL SOURCES: H. R. Rep. No. 645, 106 th Cong., 2 nd Sess. 2000 (2000 Westlaw 727545) Memorandum in Support. (2000) New York State Senate. NY Legis Leg. Memo 181.
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