There is insufficient evidence to prove that any Redlands Unified School District officials violated mandatory reporting laws in the Laura Elizabeth W
This is a good, comprehensive discussion of the recent scandal in Redlands involving a female teacher having sex with students over a significant period of time. The article discussed the California Penal Code provisions mandating reporting by school districts to law enforcement if they have “reasonable suspicion” that sexual conduct between a teacher and student has occurred (California Penal Code 11166). The conclusion the San Bernardino District Attorneys Office came to in this particular case was that the initial information that school administrators had about this incident was not sufficient to give them enough of a “reasonable suspicion” to report.
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