2014 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XV - EDUCATION
Chapter 193-D - SAFE SCHOOL ZONES
Section 193-D:1 - Definitions.

NH Rev Stat § 193-D:1 (2014) What's This?

    193-D:1 Definitions. – In this chapter:
    I. "Act of theft, destruction, or violence'' means an act set forth in the following statutes regardless of the age of the perpetrator:
       (a) Homicide under RSA 630.
       (b)(1) Any first or second degree assault under RSA 631.
          (2) Any simple assault under RSA 631:2-a.
       (c) Any felonious or aggravated felonious sexual assault under RSA 632-A.
       (d) Criminal mischief under RSA 634:2.
       (e) Unlawful possession or sale of a firearm or other dangerous weapon under RSA 159.
       (f) Arson under RSA 634:1.
       (g) Burglary under RSA 635.
       (h) Robbery under RSA 636.
       (i) Theft under RSA 637.
       (j) Illegal sale or possession of a controlled drug under RSA 318-B.
       (k) Criminal threatening under RSA 631:4.
    II. "Safe school zone'' means an area inclusive of any school property or school buses.
    III. "School'' means any public or private elementary, secondary, or secondary vocational-technical school in New Hampshire. It shall not include home schools under RSA 193-A.
    IV. "School employee'' means any school administrator, teacher, or other employee of any public or private school, school district, school department, or school administrative unit, or any person providing or performing continuing contract services for any public or private school, school district, school department, or school administrative unit.
    V. "School property'' means all real property, physical plant and equipment used for school purposes, including but not limited to school playgrounds and buses, whether public or private.
    VI. "School purposes'' means school-sponsored programs, including but not limited to educational or extra-curricular activities.

Source. 1994, 355:3. 1995, 231:2. 2007, 139:1, eff. Aug. 17, 2007.


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