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Registered, Sex-offender Parents Restricted from Schools

by admin on 7th-April-2017

Sacramento, CA

Last week, the California Senate passed legislation that would require parents and/or guardians who are also registered sex offenders, be supervised by school officials when they are on campus. The legislation, SB26, would also limit the activities those on the registry can participate in, such as volunteering at a school. 

Under existing rules school officials can give a parent/guardian who is also a registered sex offender, access to a school campus as long as other parents and staff are given a two-week notice. In addition, these parents are currently allowed to volunteer at schools if they are not placed in a supervisory role or are in constant interaction with children.

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