Nevada - Emergency Operations Plans: Interagency Coordination: Stakeholders

Area: 
Stakeholders
Policy Type: 
Statute
Summary: 

State law encourages or requires inter-agency coordination as part of both initial plan development and review and update procedures.

Nevada Revised Statutes 388.245. Annual review and update of plan; maintenance, posting and distribution of plan; annual training for school employees in responding to crisis or emergency; acceptance of gifts and grants.

  1. Each development committee shall, at least once each year, review and update as appropriate the plan that it developed pursuant to NRS 388.243. In reviewing and updating the plan, the development committee shall consult with the director of the local organization for emergency management or, if there is no local organization for emergency management, with the Chief of the Division of Emergency Management of the Department of Public Safety or his or her designee.
  2. Each development committee shall provide an updated copy of the plan to the board of trustees of the school district that established the committee or the governing body of the charter school that established the committee.

Nevada Revised Statutes 388.241. Development committee: Establishment by school districts and charter schools; membership; terms of members. [Effective July 1, 2018.]

  1. The board of trustees of each school district shall establish a development committee to develop one plan to be used by all the public schools other than the charter schools in the school district in responding to a crisis, emergency or suicide. The governing body of each charter school shall establish a development committee to develop a plan to be used by the charter school in responding to a crisis, emergency or suicide.

  2. The membership of a development committee must consist of:

    • (a) At least one member of the board of trustees or of the governing body that established the committee;
    • (b) At least one administrator of a school in the school district or of the charter school;
    • (c) At least one licensed teacher of a school in the school district or of the charter school;
    • (d) At least one employee of a school in the school district or of the charter school who is not a licensed teacher and who is not responsible for the administration of the school;
    • (e) At least one parent or legal guardian of a pupil who is enrolled in a school in the school district or in the charter school;
    • (f) At least one representative of a local law enforcement agency in the county in which the school district or charter school is located;
    • (g) At least one school police officer, including, without limitation, a chief of school police of the school district if the school district has school police officers; and
    • (h) At least one representative of a state or local organization for emergency management.
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