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Originally posted by prevenge
hey. it's a police state.. what do you expect?
[edit on 19-2-2009 by prevenge]
Originally posted by marg6043
And as usual parents will always blame the school first rather than accepting that their children have a problem.
Originally posted by darklife
Think of how you would have felt if a flipping cop arrested you for doing something this innocent in class.
People wonder why we have more crime now than ever in the US. Could it be because we are letting a system being worked into place to police the whole country on everything even in the schools? Watch when these kids grow up and feel the same towards cops that we felt like towards our principals in our youth when we got in a little trouble. It won't be "cops are your friend" mentality by any means!
* By FRANK CARNEVALE, Special Contributor WAUWATOSA, Wis. - A 14-year-old girl at Wauwatosa East High School was arrested last Wednesday after she refused to stop texting in class. According to the police report , the girl at first denied having a cell phone when confronted by a school security guard. The phone was located during a body search. The phone was recovered "from the buttocks area" of the student, the police report said. The student was issued a citation for disorderly conduct, based on her disruption of the class, insubordination and lying to security. An initial court data of April 20 court has been scheduled. According to the report, the girl has a history of "negative contacts" with the administration.
Originally posted by rcwj75
Teacher walks over, grabs phone from kid, proceeds to turn the phone into about 10 peices, hands it back to the kid, sends the kid to the principles office and goes back to teaching useful students.
Originally posted by RFBurns
I believe that disorderly conduct is an arrestable offense.