I've been saying theis all along. There is not a business or organization in America that instructs or WANTS their employees to call the local police FIRST when something happens. Not one.
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> Hey guys...I am a hs teacher in PA. I was called into a meeting yesterday
> with my building principal, the DA of the county I teach in, a
> representative of the county C@Y, along with the other supervisors,
> department heads etc...We were presented with the new protocol on how we
> would report suspected abuse of any kind with the students in the school.
> We were told point blank that all reports must go directly to the principal
> or the police officer that is in our school at all times. After we report
> the abuse we are to say nothing to anybody, to not make any calls or talk
> to others. The sandusky deal came up during the meeting and our county DA
> flat out told us that if we witness an abuse we are potential witnesses in
> the case and by talking to anybody else would taint the investigation.
> Sounds pretty much like what one JVP did, doesn't it?
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