8 Single State of Agreement Protocol between Education and Prosecutions2019 MoA Reviews – Intention To Clarify the Difference Between Mandatory and Non-Compulsory Relationships to Law Enforcement Recognize the collaborative efforts of schools and law enforcement agencies and emphasize the need for these relationships. The intention is to assist school district officials and law enforcement in understanding how best to help youth who commit minor crimes in school and to encourage partnerships between schools and law enforcement agencies. 27 Live Video – N.J.S.A. 18A:41-9Uniform State Memorandum of Agreement Between Education and Law Enforcement Live Streaming Video – N.J.S.A. 18A:41-9 If at least one school building in a school district is equipped with video surveillance devices capable of broadcasting live video in a remote location, the Board of Education and local law enforcement will reach an agreement allowing the authorities to activate the devices and watch the live video. If the head of the school finds that the information received warrants a report to law enforcement, “all known information relevant to the threat, including, but not limited, to historical or substantive information about the person`s behaviour or mental state must be provided.” Article 4.10. The MOA signatories stressed that all credible threats must be taken seriously and that the language of Article 4.10 “must be interpreted in a liberal manner in order to avoid future acts of violence”. In 1988, the New Jersey Departments of Law – Public Safety and Education issued a memorandum of understanding on the use of local law enforcement and education services. These agreements have been signed in municipalities across the state and have demonstrated the commitment of the two institutions to cooperate as equal partners in addressing the state`s alcohol and other drug problems with school-age children. Regulations adopted by the National Board of Education and codified in N.J.A.C.