The Bully Police E-Book
Part VII>
   "A good anti bullying law speaks to the rights of the individual student and their personal safety, not if the building itself is safe. Of course, it's important to have school building safety addressed also, but they are not one and the same."  (Point 2 of "Making the Grade" by Brenda High)

   Part VII of The Bully Police E-Book is about what anti bullying laws are all about, as well as "travelog" examples toward's getting anti bullying laws.  This E-Book gives examples of what good anti bullying laws (and policies) contain.    

   "Specify your complaint by stating the problem as you see it.  Describe the incident, participants, background to the incident, and any attempts you have made to resolve the problem.  Please note relevant dates, times and places."  (From an "Example of a Reporting Form - Prohibition of Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying") 

Have you been searching for information...

    • To get educated about what bullying really is
    • To know the best anti bullying program for your school
    • To help solve bullying problems in your school
    • To compare the best anti bullying laws in the U.S.A. with your state
    • That will convince lawmakers in your state to get an anti bullying law
    • ...That will help form a statement to get an anti bullying law
    • For a homework assignment, report, school paper, or a thesis
    • For a news report or letter to the editor
      If you are searching for any ONE of the above, this Bully Police E-Book is for you!
      In Part VII
      Getting Anti Bullying Laws
    • The “MORE” Perfect Anti Bullying Law
    • Making the Grade
    • Notes on How to Get an Anti Bullying Law Passed
      • If your state has a law
    • How to get an anti bullying law passed
      •  PART I: Arizona – Donna Flannigan & Brenda High
         PART II: Virginia – Featuring Adrianna Sgarlata
      School Policies
    • Example of a School District Policy on Bullying
      •  Example of a Reporting Form
    • The West Virginia Model Policy
    • Anti Harassment and Bullying School District Policy
    • Ten Questions to ask School Boards about their Anti Bullying Policy
      Commentaries & Miscellaneous
    • Bullying Laws – How they can Work Better
    • Workplace Safety – Connecticut’s Law
      Federal Laws and Federal Proposals
    • Bullying and Gang Prevention for School Safety and Crime Reduction Act
    • Introduced in the House (Congress), 2005 – H.R. 283
      • Press Release
        An OVERVIEW  of H.R. 284 
    • Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act 
    Prevention Specialists - Here is knowledge to help stop the school bullying
    Teachers - Learn how to raise awareness about the serious issue of bullying
    School Administrators - As a leader, you create the culture for a safe environment
    Parents & Grandparents - Trying to improve state laws so their child will be safe in school
    Students - Doing a report about bullying? Save yourself the time of searching for info
    Media - You have the ability to influence the public perception on bullying
    Program Directors for Children's Issues - Learn valuable resources
    Lawmakers - Learn the importance of protecting this country's youngest citizens
This E-book series encompass over 10 years worth of research as well as contributing articles from PhD's, M.S., Esq., and experts in the field of bullying.The writers who contributed to these e-books have one thing in common - they want to help kids who are being bullied as well as the kids who are the bullies. We have come together for the common good of ALL of our children.
As the cover states, "Knowledge is Power" and gaining knowledge about bullying will give you the power to be the synergy of change for your child, family, school, and/or community in solving problems related to bullying.
Go Back