Tennessee House Passes Bill To Allow Law Enforcement To Assign SROs To Schools That Fail To Request One

The Tennessee House Has Passed A Bill That Will Allow Law Enforcement To Assign School Resource Officers To Schools That Have Not Entered Into An Agreement Between The Local School Board And Law Enforcement Agency To Provide The Service.

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Senate Committee Passes Bill To Allow Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign SROs To Schools That Fail To Request One

A Bill That Would Allow Tennessee Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign An Officer To Schools That Fail To Request A SRO Passed Through The Senate Judiciary Committee On Tuesday.

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Tennessee House Education Administration Passes Bill Allowing Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign Officers To Schools That Fail To Request One

The Tennessee House Education Administration Committee Moved Forward With Legislation That Would Allow Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign An Officer To Serve As A School Resource Officer At A School That Fails To Request That One Be Assigned.

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Bill Enabling Tennessee Law Enforcement To Assign SRO’s to Schools That Fail to Request One To Be Heard In Committees This Week

Legislation That Would Enable Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign School Resource Officers (SROs) To Tennessee Schools That Fail To Request One Has Been Scheduled For Consideration By The Senate Judiciary Committee And The House K-12 Subcommittee This Week.

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Bill Introduced By Tennessee Republicans Would Enable Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign SRO’s To Schools That Fail To Request One (Update 2.13.24)

A Set Of Companion Bills Were Filed In The First Week Of January That Would Change The Current Law, Enabling Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign Resource Officers To Schools Who Had Not Previously Requested One. The Legislation Also Includes Language That Authorizes The Appointed SRO To Carry A Weapon On School Grounds Without The Express Written Authorization Of The Director Of Schools And The Principal Of The School Assigned.

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Tennessee House Subcommittee Scheduled To Consider Bills On School Resource Officers & AI

As This Year’s State Legislative Session Continues, The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee Has Been Scheduled To Discuss Legislation That Would Impact The Safety And Security Of K-12 Schools Across The State, As Well As The Educational Integrity Of Those Schools.

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Bills For Tennessee Conservatives To Watch In The General Assembly

With The Tennessee General Assembly Back In Session In Nashville, Many Bills Have Been Unveiled That Will Be Discussed Over The Next Few Months. Following Are Some Of The Bills That Have Been Made Public That Conservatives In Tennessee May Want To Keep An Eye On.

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Proposed TN Bill Would Prosecute Those Leaving Fake Reviews Online

Cancel Culture Has Spawned Many A “Retaliation Review” For Businesses That Refuse To Kowtow To Unreasonable Or Illogical Mandates Since 2020. This Petty Reality May Soon Be A Thing Of The Past As A Tennessee Bill Aims To Make Leaving A Fake Review Online A Misdemeanor.

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