Table of Contents
- A sample press release
- Sample letters to local partners
- An information sheet about the law and compliance that can be duplicated and distributed to the general public
- Information about the program to reduce stop-arm violations
- A School Bus Driver’s Incident Report
- A Hot Spot Summary (completed by the transportation supervisor and given to the police department)
- A Local Coordinator Reporting Form (report of media and law enforcement activity during the designated day/week)
- Guidance on the procedures a local law enforcement agency might use to process reports from school bus drivers (e.g., who pupil transportation services gives information to and what is done with the information)
- Available educational materials.
You will need some funding for program coordination efforts, the how-to package, and any items (buttons, mugs, etc.) you want to distribute. Much of this funding can
be in-kind contributions.
Sources for funding include:
• The program’s sponsoring agency (if there is one)
• The program’s partners
• The private sector
- Community businesses who want to show their concern
- Vendors who have a stake in the pupil transportation business (e.g., parts suppliers, distributors, insurance companies).