HomePoliticsSB287 BILL TO STOP CCSD FROM SHUFFLING PERVERTS AROUND LIKE CATHOLIC PRIESTS Politics SB287 BILL TO STOP CCSD FROM SHUFFLING PERVERTS AROUND LIKE CATHOLIC PRIESTS May 5, 2017 According to a lawsuit filed by high power Las Vegas Lawyer Robert Eglet, Clark County School District has been transferring teachers accused of unlawful sexual contact with students to other schools without notifying the school principals, staff, parents or the public violating title IX of federal law. Robert Eglet’s lawsuit birthed SB287 which would require the reporting of child abuse to a statewide central Registry so that CCSD could not just move problematic teachers and staff around from one school to another like catholic priests. Robert T. Eglet, esq In Carson City, Eglet testified before the Judiciary Committee yesterday in support of SB287, The Protection of Children, Act requiring: “school employees and volunteers to report the abuse or neglect of a child and certain other prohibited acts; requiring an agency which provides child welfare services to investigate such a report and forward a substantiated report to the Statewide Central Registry for the Collection of Information Concerning the Abuse or Neglect of a Child; authorizing a person to appeal the substantiation of such a report; revising certain provisions concerning background checks conducted on certain educational personnel and volunteers; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.” The powerful teachers unions are fighting the bill, causing an internal fight within the Democratic Caucus, but Eglet has powerful allies in Carson City on both sides of the aisle. Over the last three years, 2014, 2015, 2016, over 30 teachers and staff, have been arrested in Clark County School District by police for sexual misconduct. This year they have already arrested eight people for sexual misconduct, including one kindergarten teacher for kidnapping a 16 year old girl and keeping her in his apartment as a sex slave. CCSD Trustee Kevin Child said “I fully support reporting to a federal registry, not just state, if a teacher is convicted of child abuse, but not for just a report. Everyone is entitled to due process”. Trustee Child does not support disclosing abuse reports before convictions are obtained. Rob Lauer Political Reporter 360Daily.net Often children who have been victims of child abuse suffer in silence. Please reach out for help. If you or your child has been a victim of child abuse in CCSD please call Robert T. Eglet at (702) 450-5400.