3372 Detection Dog Use
3372 Detection Dog Use
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Searches and Seizure
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STUDENTS <br />3372 <br />Page 2 of 2 <br />mixture or preparation with substances having a depressant effect on the central <br />nervous system. <br />District premises: shall include but not be limited to buildings, facilities and ground on <br />the school campus, school busses, properties leased by the District and school parking <br />areas. <br />Search: a physical examination of a person's property or self with a view to the <br />discovery of contraband. In the school setting, including school sponsored activities <br />and events; a search is permissible where a school official has reasonable suspicion <br />based on the totality of the circumstances, for suspecting that the search will reveal <br />evidence that the student has violated either the law, district policy or the rules of the <br />school. <br />Sweep: the use of a trained detection dog according to a general inspection plan to <br />detect the odor of contraband. A sweep is distinct from a search in that it is minimally <br />intrusive to the individual, and does not require reasonable suspicion because it does <br />not include intrusion into areas or property in which an individual has a reasonable <br />expectation of privacy. However, the results of a sweep may generate the reasonable <br />suspicion needed for a school official to execute a legal search. <br />General inspection plan: a general inspection plan is one that is based on objective <br />criteria established in advance by the site administrator. The plan ensures a random <br />and unbiased selection of search locations. This random selection reduces the onus <br />upon those individuals whose property is searched as well as being a defense against <br />accusations of capricious or harassing selection by district officials. A general <br />inspection plan may include the use of drug detection dogs. <br />Adopted 09 -14 -2005 Reviewed Revised 10 -08 -2008 <br />Cross - Reference: Prohibition of Weapons #3335 <br />Safe and Secure Leaning /Working Environment #3555, 4305 and 5311 <br />Drug Free School Zone #3300 <br />Substance and Alcohol Abuse #3320 <br />Searches and Seizure #3370 <br />Searches and Seizure Procedure #3370P <br />Student Interviews #3375 <br />Investigations and Arrests by Police #3377, 4410 <br />Source Reference: Idaho School Search Resource Guide, Idaho Department of Education <br />Legal Reference: IC 18 -3302D Possessing weapons or firearms on school property <br />New Jersey v. TLO, 469 U.S. 325 (1985) <br />Tinker v. Des Moines, 393 U.S. 503 (1969) <br />Bonneville Joint School District No. 93 <br />Detection Dog Use <br />
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