Failing to report offenses involving children no longer a crime for NC principals

Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by Angels_Not_Forgotten, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. Angels_Not_Forgotten

    Angels_Not_Forgotten Anxiously Awaiting a WINNING NFL Season!

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    Before this school year, it was a crime if a principal in North Carolina failed to tell the police about a sexual offense, or other incidents, involving children.

    That changed in June.

    All but one North Carolina lawmaker voted to pass Senate Bill 394, that no longer made "failing to report" a crime, even crossing the language out of the bill.

    http://www.wsoctv.com/news/29767143/detail.html

    *If this is in the wrong area, I apologize*
     
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  3. nomoresorrow

    nomoresorrow New Member

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    Here we go again... Clearly this isn't about protecting/keeping children safe. This is entirely about removing any legal responsibility AND civil liability from the school(s) and their employees. This makes me sick!
     

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