State law encourages or requires inter-agency coordination as part of both initial plan development and review and update procedures.
Louisiana Administrative Code 28 CXV 339. Emergency Planning and Procedures
A. Each public school principal or school leader shall have written policies and procedures developed jointly with local law enforcement, fire, public safety, and emergency preparedness officials, that address the immediate response to emergency situations that may develop in the schools and comply with the requirements in R.S. 17:416.16.
Louisiana Revised Statutes 17:416.16 School crisis management and response plan.
B. (1) Each public school principal, jointly with local law enforcement, fire, public safety, and emergency preparedness officials, shall review the plan at least once annually and shall revise the plan as necessary. In reviewing and revising the plan, the principal and such officials shall consider and include input, if appropriate, from students enrolled in the school and their parents, teachers at the school, other school employees, and community leaders. Each principal shall submit such plan in writing to the local school superintendent for approval at least once annually, including upon each revision. ... E. If a school has a resource officer as authorized in R.S. 17:416.19 or a Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps instructor, he shall join the principal and local law enforcement, fire, public safety, and emergency preparedness officials in preparing the plan and participate in any review or revision of the plan. F. Each school year, each public school principal shall be responsible for providing in-service training, which may be incorporated into a meeting or training session held for another purpose, for all teachers and school employees pertaining to the plan and may involve local law enforcement, fire, public safety, and emergency preparedness officials in the preparation and presentation of the training. G. Each public school principal shall keep a copy of the approved plan in his office and shall provide a copy to the following individuals, each of whom shall be responsible for keeping in his respective office a copy of the plan that is readily accessible in the event of a school shooting or other violent incident or emergency situation: (1) The president of the local school board. (2) The local school superintendent. (3) The chief of police of the municipality or the sheriff of the parish where the school is located, as applicable, as well as the local fire chief whose office is in closest geographic proximity to the school.