C/A 7.15: Incident Result – Persistently Dangerous Offense Expulsions

Updated as of 5/10/2021

Description: Reports the counts of K-12 expulsions for the applicable Persistently Dangerous Schools California Education Code violations. Reports the counts of expulsions for the Persistently Dangerous Schools California Education Code violations. By school, it includes the total number of expulsions, the # of expulsions per 100 enrolled students (based on the selected year’s certified Fall 1 enrollment), and the # of expulsions per offense codes that are applicable in determining At-Risk Schools. It also indicates whether a school is an At-Risk School.

Data As Of:

  • Snapshot version, any time in the reported academic year (7/1 – 6/30)

Basic selection criteria:

  • All students with a qualifying enrollment at any time during the Report Period
  • Enrollment Status Code 10-Primary, 20-Secondary, 30-Short Term
  • Grade Level: KN, 01-12
  • Student Incident Results Record (Record Type = SIRS) for the Academic Year being reported where SIRS Field 19.14– Incident Results Code = 200 (Expulsion) AND
  • Student Offense Record (Record Type = SOFF) for the academic year being reported with the criteria below:

    • Applicable California Education Code violations and corresponding Student Offense Codes (SOFF Field 20.15) include:
      • 100 (5) Possessing, selling or furnishing a firearm (Section 48915(c)(1))
      • 103 (2) Brandishing a knife (Section 48915(c)(2))
      • 105 (6) Possession of an explosive (Section 48915(c)(5))
      • 200 (8) Selling a controlled substance (Section 48915(c)(3))
      • 400 (9 cont'd) Sexual battery (Section 48915(c)(4))
      • 401 (9) Sexual assault (Section 48915(c)(4))
      • 500 (3) Causing serious physical injury to another person, except in self-defense (Section 48915(a)(1))
      • 503 (1) Assault or battery upon a school employee (Section 48915(a)(5))
      • 505 (4) Hate violence (Section 48900.3)
      • 600 (7) Robbery or extortion (Section 48915(a)(4))

Report Filters: Filters can be selected resulting in only totals for the selected filter being displayed

  • Academic Year
  • County
  • LEA
  • School Type
  • School

Report Logic:


EOY 3 C/A Report 7.15


Column Rules
1 LEA Name is determined by #1 and the Expected Schools Table
2 School code is derived from user ID permission and Expected Schools table
3 School Name is determined by #1 and the Expected Schools Table.
4 Total Certified Primary Enrollments – Certified Enrollment count of all SSIDs at the School of Attendance from the Fall 1 certified enrollment, Report 1.1 (Enrollment of Primary Status by Subgroup)
5 Total # of Expulsions - Count of Expulsions where at least one offense is for Persistently Dangerous Offenses at School of Attendance
SIRS Field 19.14-Incident Result Code = 200 – Expulsion
Note- If a student commits two persistently dangerous offenses at the school of attendance as part of the same incident, the expulsion is only counted once
6 # of Expulsions / 100 Enrolled Students – Total # of Expulsions / (Total Certified Primary Enrollment/100)
Format – 0.0
7 # of Expulsions per Offense Code - Count of Expulsions at School of Attendance by the various SOFF Field 20.14 – Student Offense Codes
8 At Risk School – Y/N
Identify using: Fall 1 certified Primary Enrollment Count - LEA view
- For a school of fewer than 300 enrolled students (per the school's Fall 1 certified Primary Enrollment Count for the academic year - LEA view) the number of student expulsions in that academic year for any of the California Education Code violations delineated as a Persistently Dangerous Offense, is greater than three.
- For a larger school (per the school's Fall 1 certified Primary Enrollment Count for the academic year - LEA view) the number of student expulsions in that academic year for any of the Persistently Dangerous Offense California Education Code violations is greater than one per 100 enrolled students or a fraction thereof.

User Roles for Access:

County (For COEs)

Authorizing LEA Reports (For all other LEAs)

Additional Resources

CALPADS File SpecificationsForm

Look for Student Incident files (SINC, SIRS, SOFF) for the fields indicated in the report logic.

CALPADS Data Guide

Chapter 2.1.4 provides additional information on student discipline.

CALPADS Code Sets

This document contains the current code values referenced in the file specifications for the coded value data elements.