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Teacher Sex Abuse

Educator Sexual Abuse

Nearly 1 in ten students graduating high school will be a victim of educator sexual abuse. Yet, sex abuse prevention training for anyone who has access to children in schools is not mandatory. The team of child molestation attorneys at Corsiglia McMahon & Allard are looking to change the law by mandating predator identification training. There are easy to recognize “red flags” which precede almost every sexual assault. Knowing the “red flag” behavior will help prevent the sexual abuse of children in our schools.

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Molestation Charges Filed Against Dartmouth Middle School Music Teacher Samuel Neipp

Sexual Abuse suspect Samuel Neipp

San Jose Dartmouth Middle School teacher Samuel Neipp is facing numerous sexual abuse charges following his arrest. Allegations include using his position of authority to molest at least two students and of the blackmail of one of the students. He allegedly threatened to post nude photographs of the 13-year-old girl unless she kept the sexual abuse a secret. Learn why this case is the continuation of a disturbing pattern involving educator sexual misconduct.

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Willow Glen Middle School Teacher Under Investigation

A teacher at Willow Glen Middle School, which is part of the San Jose Unified School District, is being investigated for alleged sexual misconduct. Parents were reportedly notified that an unnamed employee was relieved of his duties pending the investigation by the San Jose Police Department.

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Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Filed Against New Haven Unified School District

District accused of ignoring numerous sexual abuse “red flags,” which led to the molestation of several elementary school children by teacher Michael Howey. As a consequence of this District’s failure to implement basic training concerning the identification of these red flags and what to do when they are observed, at least 10 children will now have to suffer debilitating mental disorders due to their being forced to engage in sex acts with their trusted teacher.

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Megan’s Law Loopholes

Megan's Law Sex Offenders

According to California’s Sex Offender Management Board, the number of sex offenders on the Megan’s Law website is nearly 17,000 less than than the number of registered sex offenders in the state. That’s because Megan’s Law exempts some registered sex offenders, including those convicted of sexual battery or a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting…

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Female Teachers Arrested for Sexually Abusing Male Students

Corine Audiat

Two female teachers, one in Fremont and the other in San Jose, are both facing sex abuse charges alleging inappropriate sexual contact with male students. On Thanksgiving Day 2016, Washington High School PE teacher Corine Audiat was arrested for unlawful sex acts with a minor. Corine Audiat is also known as Cory Audiat. In early December, Trudy…

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John Loyd

John Loyd is serving a 40-year prison sentence for sexually molesting four fifth-grade girls. His victims ranged in age from 9 to 11 years old. Three of the children were molested at Paradise Valley Elementary School during a three-year period from 2012-2014. And the fourth victim was molested from 2003 to 2004. Based on the…

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$15 Million Settlement for O.B. Whaley Molestation Victims

Administrative negligence harms innocent O.B. Whaley molestation victims This case started with a single victim. In January 2012, authorities arrested Craig Chandler on suspicion of molesting a young child at O.B. Whaley Elementary School, where he had worked as a teacher for nine years. As the investigation proceeded, it became clear that he had molested five girls…

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Sexual Misconduct by Teachers Highlights Risk of Teacher-Student Texting

wrestling coach sex abuse

Sexual misconduct risk also includes social media “friending” Concerns about teacher-student texting are under debate in Clark County, Nevada. This after a recent spate of sexual misconduct and molestation cases. The Las Vegas Sun examined ten years of sexual misconduct cases by county educators (2005 to 2015). They discovered that half the cases involved private electronic communication between the teacher…

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Enoch Garcia, San Jose Track Coach, Arrested

Enoch Garcia Mt Pleasant

Arrested on suspicion of lewd acts with children On March 18, 2016, 21-year-old Enoch Garcia of Mt. Pleasant High School was arrested on suspicion of lewd acts with children. Police received a complaint on Monday about an “inappropriate relationship” between the track coach and a Mt. Pleasant student. It has since come to light that…

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Adolfo Castillo, Salinas Wrestling Coach, Arrested

salinas teacher sex assault

Adolfo Castillo Arrested on Suspicion of Lewd and Lascivious Acts with a Minor Adolfo Castillo Salinas High School assistant wrestling coach Adolfo Castillo is under arrest on suspicion of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor. Following up on a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on a street corner, police found Adolfo Castillo in the…

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Traina Elementary School Molestations

Darrel Golden, Traina Elementary School

Darrel Golden, a fourth-grade teacher at Anthony C. Traina Elementary School in Tracy, faces child molestation charges which involve at least 12 children. Golden is reportedly charged with 33 counts of lewd acts on a child and child molestation. The alleged victims include 10 girls and two boys, ranging in age from 7 to 10…

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Evergreen School District Sex Abuse Scandal Made Worse with Non-Compliance of a Federal Law to Protect Students from Molestation According to NBC Bay Area

NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit claims the Evergreen School District ignored a federal law designed to protect students in molestation and sex abuse cases like the one involving O.B. Whaley School and their former teacher Craig Chandler and Principal Lyn Vijayendran. Title IX requires schools to have a system in place to file sexual harassment…

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Former O.B. Whaley principal convicted of failing to report child abuse

A Santa Clara County Superior Court jury convicted former O.B. Whaley Elementary School principal Lyn Vijayendran of failing to report suspected child abuse in the case involving former teacher Craig Chandler. The San Jose Mercury News reports that Vijayendran faced up to six months in jail if convicted. Vijayendran agreed to be sentenced immediately and…

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Molestations by O.B. Whaley Teacher Craig Chandler Dates Back to 2010

According to a claim filed by attorney Robert Allard, the San Jose Mercury News reports, former O.B. Whaley teacher Craig Chandler allegedly molested kids dating back to the beginning of the 2010 school year. Allard filed a claim with the Evergreen Elementary School District seeking compensation for the family of a ten-year-old child allegedly molested by Craig…

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KTVU News: O.B. Whaley School named in Molestation Claim

KTVU Channel Two is reporting on the child molestation claim filed against Evergreen Elementary School District over its handling of the molestation of students by O.B. Whaley Elementary School teacher Craig Chandler and the failure of the principal to report suspected sexual abuse. KTVU reports the principal has been reassigned to the district offices while…

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OB Whaley Elementary School Principal Charged with Enabling Alleged Child Molester Craig Chandler

Law enforcement authorities are charging O.B. Whaley Elementary School Principal Lyn Vijayendran with failing to report a child molestation complaint against alleged child molester Craig Chandler. Chandler taught at O.B. Whaley Elementary School, Evergreen School District, for nine years. Chandler was arrested in January 2012 and is currently facing charges stemming from the alleged molestation…

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