Eiler suggests that Indiana districts be required to report such cases for further investigation, as required in other states. Which means that the database contains Indiana police records of misdemeanor arrests and felonies class A within the state of Indiana. Indianapolis police records are only kept in the State central library if they are combined with fingerprint cards. A coalition of state governments that maintains a national database of teacher misconduct also recommends more stringent checks. He could not reveal names of teachers or districts, he said, because the settlement agreements included confidentiality clauses. Those bills, which proposed requiring FBI background checks or ordering courts to tell state education officials about criminal teachers, appear to have become ensnared in other issues or bogged down. In other states, teachers are required to report their own arrests to the state, and police must tell education officials when a teacher commits a crime. That and his retirement allowed him to keep his license. Those men asked other employees where they could find the boy and then staked out the employee entrance, the affidavit said.
Indiana, unlike other states, does not require schools and police to report most teacher misconduct to state officials. Nothing happened after police discounted those claims. The whole situation was "swept under the rug," she said. Superintendent of Public Instruction Suellen Reed said the state opted not to do FBI checks years ago because of the expense and difficulty of getting usable fingerprints they require. Hence, all the databases include only Indiana police records of arrests and convictions. An Indianapolis Star review of Marion County police reports found dozens of current teachers with arrests for crimes including battery on a police officer, domestic battery, repeated traffic violations, soliciting a prostitute and drunken driving -- some as many as two or three times. Robert Behning, R-Indianapolis, disagrees. Thus, even though you get yourself a answer of No Records Found, this really is still treated as an formal search result and the price stands. A teacher who brought marijuana to school. The law we have in place is working at present. It was a battle she might have been spared in another state: That left it up to a school district to decide whether to put him in a classroom. On video, they watched as Stallworth met two men who arrived at the theater and handed them money, according to a probable cause affidavit. Adams County for one includes a list of sex offenders which legally must certanly be made publicly available. Worried for the boy's safety, the manager hid the boy in an office. That kind of secrecy is why districts shouldn't have the last word in deciding to let teachers resign when they face termination, said Edward Eiler, a state Board of Education member and superintendent of Lafayette Schools. Not a lot of people show symptoms as fast as I did. Utah and Maine require their state police agencies to keep names of educators in an electronic system that alerts officials when a teacher is arrested. The state's top educator thinks Indiana does a good job overall protecting children, but she said she'd like to see changes to the law to allow her department to issue formal public reprimands and to require courts or police to report when teachers break any law. They asked him whether he had drugs on him, the report said, and he said they were in his car. When police arrived, they ordered the two men to leave and questioned Stallworth about the incident. But even the groups that support strengthening Indiana's ability to screen out problem teachers want to include limits to protect teachers' rights or want to preserve local school boards' abilities to make their own decisions. If there is none, then chances are they're perhaps not contained in the State database. In Ohio, the allegations would have been put on record for parents to check. He was suspended for two days in after the district substantiated a girl's claim that he hit her on the back so hard he left a red mark. If there's no article, the state never knows.
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