Serious Bodily Injury: Discipline
Serious Bodily Injury (as per 18 USC Section 1365 (3)(h)) describes the result of a discipline incident that involves:
- a substantial risk of death
- extreme physical pain
- protracted and obvious disfigurement or
- protracted loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ, or faculty.
Serious Bodily Injury is required only when an interim alternative educational setting (IAES) School Personnel discipline is associated with the student and incident.
|True||Incident resulted in serious bodily injury. Serious Bodily Injury involves a substantial risk of death; extreme physical pain; protracted and obvious disfigurement; or protracted loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ, or faculty (18 USC Section 1365 (3)(h)).|
|False||Incident did not result in serious bodily injury.|
|Null||Not required for incident types other than IAES removal by School Personnel.|
USES: This data element assists with tracking behavior types and statistics on serious injuries in schools.
FAQs, Details, and Point to Note
Discipline FAQs & Use Cases: For more specific information, see the Discipline: Info, Help and FAQs
DOC, DHS, PPP: No discipline information should be submitted for students in a Department of Corrections or Department of Health Services school or enrolled as a parentally-placed private student.
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