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Coral Shores High School's safety incident reports

Tobacco incidents more than double, drug sales disappear

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Type of Safety Incident Report

2012-2013 reports

Percent of Total Reports

2013-2014 reports

Percent of Total Reports

CHANGE

DRUG USE/POSSESS, EXCEPT ALCOHOL 8 36% 5 33% -38%
ALCOHOL 4 18% 2 13% -50%
DRUG SALES, EXCEPT ALCOHOL 3 14% 0 0% -100%
TOBACCO 2 9% 5 33% 150%

TOP 3 ON DRUG USE: Key West High School, Horace O'Bryant School and Coral Shores High School.

The school also did not report safety incidents on fighting, threats, arson, burglary, bullying, harassment, homicides, kidnapping, theft, robbery, sex offenses, sexual battery, sexual harassment, trespassing and vandalism.

SLIGHT INCREASE

There were no reports of battery incidents during 2012-2013 and one report during 2013-2014.

There were no disruptions on campus during 2012-2013 and one during 2013-2014.

DISTRICT'S PROFILE:  Monroe shows a decrease on safety incident reports from 2012-2013 and 2013-2014

Coral Shores High School total during 2013-2014 school year15
DRUG USE/POSSESS, EXCEPT ALCOHOL5
TOBACCO5
ALCOHOL2
BATTERY1
DISRUPTION ON CAMPUS1
WEAPONS POSSESSION1
ARSON0
BREAKING AND ENTERING/BURGLARY0
BULLYING0
DRUG SALES, EXCEPT ALCOHOL0
FIGHTING0
HARASSMENT0
HOMICIDE0
KIDNAPPING0
LARCENY/THEFT/MOTOR VEHICLE0
OTHER MAJOR OFFENSES0
ROBBERY0
SEXUAL BATTERY0
SEXUAL HARASSMENT0
SEX OFFENSES0
THREAT/INTIMIDATION0
TRESPASSING0
VANDALISM0


SOURCE: Florida Department of Education