State law encourages districts to implement building risk or hazard assessment protocols.
Nevada Revised Statutes 388.910. Appointment and duties of school safety specialist.
- The superintendent of schools of each school district shall designate an employee at the district level to serve as the school safety specialist for the district. The principal of each charter school shall designate an employee to serve as the school safety specialist for the charter school. Not later than 1 year after being designated pursuant to this subsection, a school safety specialist shall complete the training provided by the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment pursuant to NRS 388.1323.
- A school safety specialist shall: (d) Annually conduct a school security risk assessment and submit the school security risk assessment to the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment for review pursuant to NRS 388.1323; (e) Present a summary of the school security risk assessment conducted pursuant to paragraph (d) and any recommendations to improve school safety and security based on the assessment at a public meeting of the board of trustees of the school district or governing body of the charter school, as applicable; (f) Not later than 30 days after the meeting described in paragraph (e), provide to the Director a summary of the school security risk assessment, any recommendations to improve school safety and security based on the assessment and any actions taken by the board of trustees or governing body, as applicable, based on those recommendations;