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Problem/Solution Table, continued. Problem, Solution. 5. How do I delete an offender from an incident report? Locate the row of the search result table that

EVVRS Problem/Solution Table

    The Problem/Solution table, which follows, can help you determine how to make the

    specific changes you require.

    Three Ways to Make Changes

    1. Make a different selection from a dropdown menu. ?

    2. Highlight and delete incorrect text and type new text.

    3. Click checkmarks to deselect inaccurate items; click empty checkboxes to select accurate items.

    Problem/Solution Table Problem Solution

    Click on the Incident Number hyperlink to jump to the Incident Information page for the report you 1. How do I modify

    wish to modify. The information that displays corresponds to information you entered on the VV-SA the description of the

    Incident Information page or the Other IncidentStudents with Disabilities page. Consult the incident?

    Incident Header Table, Incident Detail Table: Violence, Incident Detail Table: Vandalism, Incident

    Detail Table: Substance Abuse, Incident Detail Table: Weapons (Bomb Offense, Firearm Offense,

    and Other Weapon Offense), presented in Chapter 2, to determine what information to enter in

    each field.

    If the report you wish to modify is an “OtherSpec. Ed.” incident, consult the Incident Header

    Table to modify only information that displays in the Incident Header portion of the Incident ? Information page. If you attempt to enter information in the Violence, Vandalism, Substance

    Abuse, or Weapons Incident Detail portions of the Incident Information page, the message “Only

    general information (top of page) may be checked” will display at the top of the screen after you

    click Update.

    If information the district reported in connection with an OtherSpec. Ed. incident is incorrect, email

    the EVVRS (EVVRS@doe.state.nj.us) requesting that the OtherSpec. Ed. incident report be ? deleted from the system; be sure to include the incident number. Then, report the incident correctly.

    You cannot reclassify an OtherSpec. Ed. incident as a VV-SA incident. If the district incorrectly 2. How do I reclassify

    entered a VV-SA incident as an OtherSpec. Ed. incident, email the EVVRS an OtherSpec. Ed.

    (EVVRS@doe.state.nj.us) requesting that the OtherSpec. Ed. incident report be deleted from the incident as a VV-SA

    system; be sure to include the incident number. Then, report the incident correctly. incident?

    3. How do I reclassify Click on the Incident Number hyperlink to jump to the Incident Information page for the report you

    a VV-SA incident as wish to reclassify. Click any checkmarks that display in the Violence Incident, Vandalism Incident,

    an OtherSpec. Ed. Substance Abuse Incident, and Weapons Incident fields to deselect them. Scroll to the bottom of

    incident? the Incident Information page and click the checkbox to the left of the words “Suspension or

    removal for an incident not involving violence, vandalism, weapons, or substance abuse” to select

    it. Consult the Incident Header Table, presented in Chapter 2, to determine what information to

    enter to enter on this page.

    4. How do I change You cannot change the name of the school entered in connection with an incident. Email the

    the name of the EVVRS (EVVRS@doe.state.nj.us) to delete the incident report; be sure to include the incident

    school at which the number. Then, report the incident correctly.

    incident occurred?

    Problem/Solution Table, continues ...

    Problem/Solution Table, continued

    Problem Solution

    5. How do I delete an Locate the row of the search result table that pertains to both the particular incident and the

    offender from an offender you wish to delete. Click on the Offender Type hyperlink in that row to jump to the

    incident report? Offender Information page of that report. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Delete

    button. An alert will display, asking, “Do you want to delete this offender?” By clicking Yes, you

    sever the link between this incident and the data on the Offender information page. 6. How do I delete a Locate the row of the search result table that pertains to both the particular incident and the victim

    victim from an you wish to delete. Click on the Victim Type hyperlink in that row to jump to the Victim Information

    incident report? page of that report, where you can delete the victim from the report. Scroll to the bottom of the

    page and click the Delete button. An alert will display, asking, “Do you want to delete this victim?”

    By clicking Yes, you sever the link between this incident and the data on the Victim information

    page.

    7. How do I add a Locate the rows of the search result table that pertain to the incident to which you wish to add an

    victim or offender to offender or victim. Click on the Incident Number hyperlink in any of those rows to jump to the an incident report? Incident Information page of that report. Scroll to the bottom of the Incident Information page and

    click the Add Offender or Victim button to display the People Involved in Incident page. See the

    procedures for Entering Offender Information and Entering Victim Information, presented in

    Chapter 2, to determine how to proceed.

    8. How do I change You cannot change the Student ID number of an offender or victim. Instead, you must delete the

    the Student ID offender or victim from the incident report (see Problem 5 or 6, above), then use the Add Offender number of an or Victim button to re-enter the offender or victim information correctly (see Problem 7, above). Offender or Victim? If another student’s name appears with the number that you want to assign to a new student

    offender or victim, then assign a different number to the new student offender or victim, such as by

    adding a letter to the initial Student ID number.

    9. How do I change You cannot change the Offender or Victim type. Instead, you must delete the offender or victim

    the Offender or Victim from the incident report (see Problem 5 or 6, above), then use the Add Offender or Victim button type? to re-enter the offender or victim information correctly (see Problem 7, above). 10. How do I delete You cannot delete an incident report using the Data Modification function. To delete an incident

    an entire incident report in its entirety, submit an email to the EVVRS (EVVRS@doe.state.nj.us) requesting the report? deletion. Be sure to include the incident number.

    11. How do I modify Locate the row of the search result table that pertains to both the particular incident and the information about an offender whose report you wish to modify. Click on the Offender Type hyperlink in that row to jump

    offender? to the Offender Information page of that report. Consult the Offender Information: All Students and

    Offender Information: In-District Students Only tables to determine what to enter in these fields.

    You cannot modify information about the victim; however, you can modify information about the 12. How do I modify

    victim’s USCO status as a “victim of a violent criminal offense” (see Appendix C). information about a

    victim? If the district entered victim information incorrectly, you can delete the victim from the Victim

    Information page (see Problem 6, above), then use the Add Victim button to enter the information

    correctly (see Problem 7, above).

    13. How do I edit the Locate the row of the search result table that pertains to both the particular incident and the

    name, gender, race, student whose information you wish to modify. Click on the Student ID hyperlink in that row to jump

    or disability of a to the Student Information page of that report. Consult the New Student Offender or Victim student? Information table to determine what to enter in these fields.

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