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Perpetrator (perpetrator)


Definitions

Source: Handbooks
Individual involved in the incident as an offender (person who committed the infraction constituting the incident).


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Disciplinary Action

Disciplinary Action

Source: Handbooks
Identifies the consequences of an incident for the student(s) involved in an incident as perpetrator(s).

Code Set:

  • Bus suspension - The student was prohibited from riding the school bus.
  • Change of placement (long-term) - The student was permanently (i.e., for at least one semester) reassigned to another school facility or program that allowed him/her to continue to participate in the general curriculum at a school setting. Include students receiving prescribed special education services who continue to receive these services (for these students, temporary placement is not to exceed 45 days).
  • Change of placement (reassignment), pending an expulsion hearing - The student was assigned to an interim alternative setting that allowed him/her to continue to participate in the general curriculum at a school setting pending an expulsion hearing, called as a consequence of the incident. Include students receiving prescribed special education services who continue to receive these services (for these students, temporary placement is not to exceed 45 days).
  • Change of placement (reassignment), resulting from an expulsion hearing - The student was assigned, as a result of an expulsion hearing, to an interim alternative setting that allowed him/her to continue to participate in the general curriculum at a school setting. Include students receiving prescribed special education services who continue to receive these services (for these students, temporary placement is not to exceed 45 days).
  • Change of placement (reassignment), temporary - The student was removed from his or her regular classroom and assigned to an interim alternative setting that allowed him/her to continue to participate in the general curriculum at a school setting for a period of time less than one semester. Include students receiving prescribed special education services who continue to receive these services (for these students, temporary placement is not to exceed 45 days).
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Disciplinary Action End Date

Disciplinary Action End Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year through which the disciplinary action is in effect.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Disciplinary Action Start Date

Disciplinary Action Start Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the disciplinary action begins.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Duration of Disciplinary Action

Duration of Disciplinary Action

Source: Handbooks
The length, in school days, of the disciplinary action.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Full Year Expulsion

Full Year Expulsion

Source: Handbooks
An expulsion with or without services for a period of one full year (i.e., 365 days).

Code Set:

  • No - N/A
  • Yes - N/A
Incident Injury

Incident Injury

Source: Handbooks
An indication of the occurrence of physical injury to participants involved in the incident and, if so, the level of injury sustained.

Code Set:

  • Major injury - An injury that requires professional medical attention and may include, but is not limited to, a bullet wound, a stab or puncture wound, fractured or broken bones, concussions, cuts requiring stitches, and any other injury with profuse or excessive bleeding.
  • Minor injury - An injury that does not require professional medical attention such as a scrape on the body, knee or elbow; and/or minor bruising. Medical attention from the school nurse qualifies the injury as minor unless further medical attention is required.
  • No injury - N/A
  • Serious bodily injury - A bodily injury that involves a substantial risk of death, extreme physical pain, protracted and obvious disfigurement, or protracted loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ, or mental faculty.
Incident Perpetrator Type

Incident Perpetrator Type

Source: Handbooks
Information on the type of individual who committed the incident. A "perpetrator" is an individual involved in an incident as an offender (the person who committed the infraction constituting the incident).

Code Set:

  • Administrator - A general job classification that describes staff members who perform management activities that require developing broad policies and executing those policies through direction of individuals at all levels. This includes high-level administrative activities performed directly for policymakers.
  • All Other Support Staff - Support staff not reported in instructional or student support. Other support staff includes employees such as data processing, health, plant and equipment maintenance, bus drivers, security, and food service workers.
  • Athletic coach - An individual who Instructs individuals in the fundamentals of a competitive sport and direct team or individual strategy. 13. Student activity advisor/non athletic coach - An individual who instructs individuals in the fundamentals of a non athletic activity and develops training and competition schedules.
  • Board of education/school board/board of trustees member - An individual who performs activities as a member of a legally constituted body which has been created and vested with responsibilities for educational policy and decision making as specified in education codes and regulations in a given geographical area.
  • Bus driver - A person who drives a bus used in the service of a school or system.
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Incident Victim Type

Incident Victim Type

Source: Handbooks
Information on the type of individual who was injured or otherwise harmed as a direct result of the incident. A “victim” is the individual who suffers injury or harm that directly results from the incident.

Code Set:

  • Administrator - A general job classification that describes staff members who perform management activities that require developing broad policies and executing those policies through direction of individuals at all levels. This includes high-level administrative activities performed directly for policymakers.
  • All Other Support Staff - Support staff not reported in instructional or student support. Other support staff includes employees such as data processing, health, plant and equipment maintenance, bus drivers, security, and food service workers.
  • Athletic coach - An individual who Instructs individuals in the fundamentals of a competitive sport and direct team or individual strategy. 13. Student activity advisor/non athletic coach - An individual who instructs individuals in the fundamentals of a non athletic activity and develops training and competition schedules.
  • Board of education/school board/board of trustees member - An individual who performs activities as a member of a legally constituted body which has been created and vested with responsibilities for educational policy and decision making as specified in education codes and regulations in a given geographical area.
  • Bus driver - A person who drives a bus used in the service of a school or system.
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Meeting Date

Meeting Date

Source: NEDM
The month, day, and year on which the meeting takes place.

Meeting Outcome

Meeting Outcome

Source: NEDM
A description of the outcome of the meeting.

Perpetrator ID

Perpetrator ID

Source: Handbooks
Identifies the perpetrator of the incident, when a student or staff member, by use of a pre-existing school or district unique identifier.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Related to Special Education Manifestation Hearing

Related to Special Education Manifestation Hearing

Source: Handbooks
An indication of whether or not any of the disciplinary actions taken against a student were imposed as a consequence of the incident being related to a special education manifestation hearing.

Code Set:

  • No - N/A
  • Yes - N/A
Related to Zero Tolerance Policy

Related to Zero Tolerance Policy

Source: Handbooks
An indication of whether or not any of the disciplinary actions taken against a student were imposed as a consequence of state or local zero tolerance policies.

Code Set:

  • No - N/A
  • Yes - N/A
Rule/Regulation Violated

Rule/Regulation Violated

Source: Handbooks
A description of the rule, regulation, or standard that was violated when an incident occurred (e.g., the identification of a relevant law, conduct standard, or acceptable use policy).

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Shortened Expulsion

Shortened Expulsion

Source: Handbooks
An expulsion with or without services that is shortened to a term of less than one year by the superintendent or chief administrator of a school district.

Code Set:

  • No - N/A
  • Yes - N/A


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