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SAFETY AND SECURITY AUDIT
The governing board of each state institution of higher education, including each public junior college, may promulgate rules and regulations for the safety and welfare of students, employees, and property.
At least once every three years, each public junior college district shall conduct a safety and security audit of the district’s facilities. To the extent possible, a district shall follow safety and security audit procedures developed by the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) or a comparable public or private entity. A public junior college district shall report the results of the safety and security audit to the district’s board of trustees and, in the manner required by the TxSSC, to the TxSSC.
Except as provided by Education Code 37.108(c-2) regarding certain emergency operations plans [see CGC], any document or information collected, developed, or produced during a safety and security audit is not subject to disclosure under Government Code Chapter 552.