Drivers in the City of Socorro should be extra careful when approaching school buses next year — Socorro Independent School District buses now have cameras to record drivers who illegally pass stopped buses. School district officials heard of a system called Busguard that aims to lower those violations by offering cameras that activate when the stop-arm is deployed, as well as internal cameras to monitor bus drivers and students, a GPS tracker and other technology. Now the more than SISD school buses all have Busguard technology, and the school district, the City of Socorro and the technology provider have signed an agreement to begin ticketing stop-arm violators. He said he hopes the cameras and fines remind drivers to stop when school buses are loading and unloading children. The SISD and the City of Socorro receive a percentage of the revenue as well, which will increase as the equipment is paid off. Dallas County Schools helps public school districts in the Dallas area but also provides transportation and other services statewide under the name Texserve.
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Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts. In accordance with RCW The Administrator shall direct the Juvenile Court in accordance with the policies and rules of the Judges and shall be directly responsible to the presiding Juvenile Court Judge for all departmental operations and for the carrying out of court rules and policies. The Administrator shall establish written departmental rules and procedures to carry out the statutory duties of the court and to comply with court rules and policy. Such written rules and procedures shall be approved by the Superior Court Judges.
The Maricopa County Juvenile Probation Department is responsible for the effective and efficient provision of juvenile justice services. Our Vision is based on the informed experience of our staff and grounded in current evidence informed research. Our model juvenile justice system and juvenile probation will hold all youth accountable while recognizing their distinct developmental needs, reduce the risk of re-offending while maintaining youth well-being, and be fair through acceptable and understood processes therein legitimize our practices.
Trustees announced their decision after more than four hours in executive session and without hearing comments from members of the public. The three days of suspension do not have to be consecutive, and De La Torre will determine the days in conjunction with board President Cruz Ochoa. Trustees provided no time frame by when the days must be decided. He contract is through June 30,