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PDFWAC 392-151-070

Size of patrol and officers needed.

The number of members on a school patrol shall be determined by factors such as: Roadway conditions, number of intersections, volume of vehicular traffic, school enrollment, and number of arrival and school dismissal times.
Each school patrol may have a patrol captain and one or more lieutenants and sergeants. The captain shall be a patrol member who possesses qualities of leadership and shall be selected by the supervisor of the patrol on a trial basis or elected by the members subject to the supervisor's approval.
Some of the duties of the school safety patrol officers are:
(1) Assigning school patrol members to their posts.
(2) Supervising the operations of the school patrol.
(3) Keeping school patrol records.
(4) Being responsible for the procedure at each crossing.
(5) Making sure each school patrol member wears his or her equipment while on duty.
(6) Arranging for a substitute in case of absence of a regular school patrol member.
(7) Manning a post in case of an emergency.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 46.61.385. WSR 19-01-058, § 392-151-070, filed 12/14/18, effective 1/14/19; Order 7-75, § 392-151-070, filed 12/22/75. Formerly WAC 392-24-260.]
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