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Visitors and Intruders on Public School Premises


6 Definitions

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D

Dignitary


An important person who should be treated with special courtesy and respect including, for example, the Governor, Members of Parliament, non-elected local candidates, sports identities, current or former defence force personnel or recipients of honours such as the Order of Australia.

Direction


An instruction issued by a principal pursuant to Section 119 of the School Education Act 1999 and Regulation 69 of the School Education Regulations 2000.


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I

Intruder


A person entering school premises without permission and who does not have good cause to be on the premises.
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O

Order to leave the school premises


A verbal order issued by the principal to leave the school premises for a maximum period of 24 hours pursuant to Section 119 of the School Education Act 1999 and Regulation 75 of the School Education Regulations 2000, or Section 120 of the School Education Act 1999.
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P

Prohibition order


A written order to leave the school premises for a maximum period of 60 days, issued by the principal pursuant to Section 199 of the School Education Act 1999 and Regulation 78 of the School Education Regulations 2000.
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S

School premises


Premises used for or in connection with government schools including buildings and other things erected or standing on those premises.
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V

Visitor


All persons on Department of Education and Training (the Department) and/or school premises, other than current students and employees of the Department, who have good cause to be there.
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Visitors and Intruders on Public School Premises
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