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Oregon School Safety Survey

The Oregon School Safety Survey (OSSS) is designed to assess risk factors and response plans for school safety and violence. This information is useful in determining training and support needs related to school safety and violence prevention.

Safety, Violence, climate, safety, risk, protection
Jeffrey Sprague
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Contact

Jeffrey Sprague
1265 University of Oregon
jeffs@uoregon.edu

Citation and Copyright

Sprague, J., Colvin, G., & Irvin, L. (1995). The Oregon school safety survey. Eugene: University of Oregon Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior.

Instrument

Assessment Modality

Respondent

Instrument Details

Building Administrator, Building Site Council Members (including faculty, staff and parents)
English, Spanish
10 minutes
30

Publications & Presentations

Sprague, J., Colvin, G., & Irvin, L. (1995). The Oregon school safety survey. Eugene: University of Oregon.
Sprague, J., Walker, H., Sowards, S., Van Bloem, C., Eberhardt, P., & Marshall, B. (2002). Sources of Vulnerability to School Violence: Systems-Level Assessment and Strategies to Improve Safety and Climate. In M.R. Shinn, G. Stoner, and H.M. Walker (Eds.), Interventions for Academic and Behavior Problems II: Preventive and Remedial Approaches, (2nd ed.), (pp. 295-314).
Sprague, J., Walker, H., Golly, A., White, K., Myers, D. R., & Shannon, T. (2001). Translating Research into Effective Practice: The Effects of a Universal Staff and Student Intervention on Indicators of Discipline and School Safety. Education and Treatment of Children, 24(4) 495-511.

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Psychometric Properties

Psychometrics for Oregon School Safety Survey - Jeffrey Sprague
Psychometrics for Oregon School Safety Survey - Jeffrey Sprague