Sunday, September 16, 2007

Maine School Wants Access to Student's Criminal Record

Officials at the Kent Hill School in Readville, Maine want access to student's criminal records. They believe that they should be aware of the criminal records of their students - so that they may take action in accordance with guidelines of the school - such as dismissing a student deemed dangerous. The case of accused murderer John A. Okie has brought this issue to the forefront. Read more in the online news article in the Portland Press Herald (September 16, 2007) entitled "School wants access to student's criminal records".

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