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What does SVP stand for?
SVP stands for School Violence Prevention (various locations)
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We have 168 other meanings of SVP in our Acronym Attic
- St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
- Sociale Veiligheid Openbaar Vervoer (Dutch: Social Security Public Transportation; Ministry of Transport; Netherlands)
- Supporting Victims of Violence
- Secure Voice Orderwire
- (combined) Soil & Vent Pipe (British building industry)
- S'il Vous Plaît (French: Please)
- Sales Volume Planning
- Saturated Vapor Pressure
- Save Percentage (hockey goaltender stat)
- Schlechte Verlierer Partei (Switzerland)
- Schweizerische Volkspartei (Swiss People's Party)
- Secure Vault Payment (online payment processing)
- Secure Video Processor
- Secure Virginia Panel
- SelectVideo Publishing
- Senior Vice President
- Senior Volunteer Program (various organizations)
- Service Processor
- Sexually Violent Predator
- Shakopee Valley Printing (Minnesota printing company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover LB3013 This guide to school violence prevention is designed for educators, parents and law enforcement officials who need a balance of practitioner viewpoints and research to assess best practices.
Services include a 24-hour Hotline (978) 537-8601, 90-day Emergency Shelter, Crisis Intervention Counseling, Support Groups, Bi-lingual Services, SAFEPLAN advocates in six district courts, School Violence Prevention program, Domestic Violence Health Care Initiative, and Community Education.
3) Seventy-five percent of respondents believed that school police officers offer the most effective school violence prevention program.
Effective school violence prevention has to affect the complete social systemic gestalt of the school (Nims, 2000), including both written policies and procedures, and the unspoken and unwritten norms regarding values, beliefs, and the behaviors of individuals within the school.
Using tobacco settlement funds, the Kansas Legislature re-authorized the project at the same level in 2000 and renamed it as a part of the broader School Violence Prevention Project, which also includes a state--wide school violence hotline.
Several studies have also examined school violence prevention programs.
Probation officers are one element of school violence prevention that schools should consider, according to a guide prepared by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.