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4008 Personnel Security


The Board of Education acknowledges the need for its employees to perform their duties in a safe, secure, and non- threatening atmosphere. The Board recognizes, however, that a possibility exists for an on-the-job assault, battery, or assault and battery on an employee.

This policy applies only to assaults and/or batteries inflicted on district employees while acting within the scope of their employment. When assaults and/or batteries occur, the following procedures shall be utilized:

A.      A written report of the incident and action taken shall be submitted to the Superintendent or Executive Director of Human Resources by the principal or immediate supervisor. The employee shall have the right to submit a written report of his/her version of the incident.

B.      The immediate supervisor or principal may notify the Director of Security and provide other appropriate assistance.

C.      Leave with pay shall be granted to an employee for all court appearances in criminal cases arising out of any job-related assault and/or battery of the employee.

D.      The employee with an injury sustained as a result of quelling or attempting to quell or stop a fight, disorder, or any disturbance related to a school function or activity, shall be paid full contract salary without loss of accumulated leave for the remainder of that school year, contract year, or period, whichever is applicable, or for such period of time thereof as the employee is prevented from teaching or working as a result of the injury sustained or job loss caused by such injury during said school year, contract year, or period for which he/she had been employed and during which he/she was injured, not to exceed in any event the term of the contract. The district may file suit against such person(s) or their guardian(s) for reimbursements of payments so made.



All visitors, parents, and workers must wear some type of district-issued identification or be escorted by school

personnel while they are in school sites.

Employees issued district-owned uniforms shall maintain uniforms in good condition and wear uniforms while performing duties requiring uniforms.


Revised 6/10/96                                                                                                                                                          UCTA 4008

Revised 12/8/97

Revised 1/8/01

Revised 12/10/07

Revised 1/18/10

Revised 11/8/10

Revised 12/11/17

Revised 12/10/18