relating to training requirements for a member of the board of trustees of an independent school district
relating to the carrying and possession of a handgun by a public junior college school marshal
relating to the carrying or storage of a handgun by a school marshal
relating to the expiration of a school marshal license issued or renewed by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement
defining “local government”; relating to state agency and local government compliance with cybersecurity training requirements
relating to the public school finance system and public education and school safety allotment
relating to immunity from liability of public and private schools and security personnel employed by those schools for certain actions of security personnel
relating to data collection and receipt of certain reports by and consultation with the Collaborative Task Force on Public School Mental Health Services
relating to development of guidelines for the use of digital devices in public schools and a school district or open-enrollment charter school policy for the effective integration of those devices
relating to policies, procedures, and measures for school safety in public schools
relating to nonsubstantive additions to, revisions of, and corrections in enacted codes, to the nonsubstantive codification or disposition of various laws omitted from enacted codes, and to conforming codifications enacted by the 86th Legislature to other Acts of that legislature
relating to emergency school drills and exercises conducted by public schools
relating to public school organization, accountability, and fiscal management
relating to the use of public school counselors’ work time
relating to the inclusion of suicide prevention information on certain student identification cards issued by a public school or public institution of higher education
relating to the adoption of uniform general conditions for building construction contracts entered into by school districts and the composition of the committee that reviews uniform general conditions
relating to the prosecution and punishment of the criminal offense of harassment; creating a criminal offense
relating to requiring the parent of a student enrolled in a school district to provide and update a parent’s contact information
relating to the definition of a school resource officer
relating to continuing education and training requirements for educators and other school district personnel
relating to the reporting of certain incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking at certain public or private institutions of higher education
relating to establishing a system for the sharing of information regarding cyber attacks or other cybersecurity incidents occurring in schools in this state
relating to bullying and cyberbullying in public schools
relating to requiring the Texas Education Agency to provide identification kits to school districts and open-enrollment charter schools for distribution to the parent or legal custodian of certain students
relating to public school instruction and materials regarding the prevention of child abuse, family violence, dating violence, and sex trafficking and the adoption of public school policies to prevent dating violence
relating to the punishment for trafficking of persons, online solicitation of a minor, and prostitution and to the dissemination of certain information, including the required posting of certain signs, regarding human trafficking; increasing criminal penalties; providing a civil penalty
relating to regulation of certain facilities and establishments with respect to, civil remedies for certain criminal activities affecting, and certain criminal offenses involving health, safety, and welfare; creating a criminal offense; increasing criminal penalties.
relating to provisions governing the carrying of a firearm by a person who is 21 years of age or older and not otherwise prohibited by state or federal law from possessing the firearm and to other provisions related to the carrying, possessing, transporting, or storing of a firearm or other weapon; creating criminal offenses.
relating to quarantine leave for fire fighters, peace officers, detention officers, and emergency medical technicians employed by, appointed by, or elected for a political subdivision.
relating to adoption by law enforcement agencies of a mental health leave policy for peace officers
relating to the training and hiring of peace officers
relating to the use of force by peace officers
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