JTAC Investigations - Private Investigation in VT
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relevant to our work. These resources will give you a better
understanding of what we can do for you, as well as point out the risks
and real life threats everyone has to deal with.
message is clear: Bad things do happen. But you can avoid them or get
the facts to make an informed decision. JTAC is here to help you.
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AP: Sexual misconduct plagues US schools
MARTHA IRVINE and ROBERT TANNER, AP National Writers - October 21,
More states now require background checks on
teachers, fingerprinting and mandatory reporting of abuse, though
there are still loopholes and a lack of coordination among districts
U.S. Supreme Court rulings in the last 20
years on civil rights and sex discrimination have opened schools up
to potentially huge financial punishments for abuses, which has
driven some schools to act.
an ATV Club to
let them know of a new service that JTAC provides that may help the
sometimes-strained relationships that occur between landowners and
BACKGROUND CHECKS IN YOUTH SPORTS:
FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION (PDF, 1.15MB)
Former Northfield coach convicted in N.H.
October 6, 2007
Larkin Times Argus Staff
A former Northfield boys' basketball coach
was convicted by a jury Tuesday in a New Hampshire court of
negligent homicide, possession of heroin, reckless conduct
and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Posted: Friday December 14, 2001 10:00 AM,
Sports Illustrated Online
SOUTH BEND, Ind.
(AP) -- George O'Leary resigned as Notre Dame football coach five
days after being hired, admitting he lied about his academic and
O'Leary claimed to have a master's degree in
education and to have played college football for three years, but
checks into his background showed it wasn't true.
After a school bus driver was arrested for
possession of cocaine, the Columbus, Ohio school system abruptly
cancelled classes for 56,000 students last Thursday. School
officials had learned that no criminal background checks had been
done on the arrested driver and dozens of other drivers hired from
the "First Student" company.
CU implements background checks; stabbing suspect employed after 2001 arrest
Laura Snider (Contact)
Originally published 03:12 p.m., August 27, 2007
The man suspected of cutting a University of Colorado freshman on
his first day of classes Monday worked at the university last school
year, CU officials said. CU did not do a background check on Kenton
Drew Astin, who was sent to a state mental hospital in 2001 after
being accused of stabbing a 21-year-old Longmont man.
That policy will be changed be immediately, CU
Chancellor Bud Peterson told reporters at a 5 p.m. news conference.