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JL2 - Student Protection

Albuquerque Public Schools shall protect the safety and welfare of all students.  Outside law enforcement that are not specifically assigned to the school, shall request permission to access a school campus from the principal and Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department prior to entering a campus unless there is an emergency.  Immigration officials shall not be permitted on school campus at any time.  Agencies shall be escorted while on a school campus, including law enforcement and social services.  The superintendent shall implement administrative procedural directive(s) to protect all students while they are on campus.

Administrative Position:

  • Assistant Superintendent for School and Community Support/Chief of Albuquerque Public Schools Police

Department Director:

  • Deputy Chief of Albuquerque Public Schools Police

References

Legal Cross Ref.:

  • Plyler, v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202, 102 S. Ct. 2382 (1982)
  • State of New Mexico Constitution, Article XII, Section I
  • §22-1-4 NMSA 1978

Board Policy Cross Ref.:

Procedural Directive Cross Ref.:

NSBA/NEPN Classification: JL

Approved: June 14, 2006
Reviewed: September 13, 2010
Reviewed: November 8, 2010
Revised: November 17, 2010

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