Teen dating violence in history
Section 59-32-10 of the 1976 Code is amended by adding an appropriately numbered item at the end to read: "( ) 'Teen dating violence' means as defined in Section 16-25-520." SECTION 3.Section 59-32-20(A) of the 1976 Code is amended to read: "(A) board, through the department, shall select or develop an instructional unit with separate components addressing the subjects of reproductive health education, family life education, pregnancy prevention education, and make the instructional unit available to local school districts.
(D) A victim, sixteen years of age or older, of a violation of this section may seek an order of protection pursuant to the provisions of Article 1, Chapter 4, Title 20 in the family court or a restraining order in magistrates court pursuant to the provisions of Article 17, Chapter 3, Title 16, without parental or guardian consent; however, the parent or guardian of the victim must be notified by the appropriate court within twenty-four hours of the issuance of the order of protection or restraining order.2) JOIN HOPE3) FAN OUR PAGEBecome a fan of our page to get the most up to date information from BTC. We've made a goal of starting March with 2,500 fans.Help us reach that goal by visiting our BTC fan page and suggesting it to your friends.Chapter 25, Title 16 of the 1976 Code is amended by adding: Section 16-25-910.This act may be cited as the 'Teen Dating Violence Prevention Act'. (A) For purposes of this article, the term: (1) 'Teen dating violence' means physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional violence between persons, whether heterosexual or same gender, eighteen years of age or younger within a dating relationship.
(3) least one time during the four years of grades nine through twelve, each student shall receive instruction in comprehensive health education, including at least seven hundred fifty minutes of reproductive health education.