|Based on Police report, Officer #1 attempted to speak with Victim but victim was shy and would only talk to father. Victim's father stated that victim told father that teacher #1 pulled child’s ear (touching the base of right ear with right hand) and pulled child’s hair because child was bad and it hurt the child and made the child to cry. Victim indicated that teacher #1 had pulled child’s ear approximately 10 times in the past, showing both of her hands.|
Officer #2 inspected victim for injuries. Observed slight redness to both of victim’s arm pits which victim stated were itchy as well as redness on victim’s right outer leg which victim indicate scratched, because it was itchy.
Based on an interview conducted with victim’s father, on 02/24/17 victim looked kind of sad, and victim’s father asked what was wrong, victim stated: Daddy I do not want to go to the school, because teacher pulled my hair and ear, and I cried once. Victim’s father has not talked to school in this regards. Victim still is attending to this school.
LPA conducted two interviews with victim, one interview at the facility and one interview in the victim’s home. No disclosure was made by victim.
Although the allegation may have happened or is valid, there is not preponderance of evidence to prove the alleged violation did or did not occur, therefore the allegation is unsubstantiated at this time.
Notice of Site Visit (LIC 9213) – must remain posted for 30 days during the hours of operation after each site visit by a licensing representative. Failure to maintain posting as required will result in a civil penalty of $100.00.
Exit interview conducted with Champa S. Perera, Director, including, but not limited to Provider Rights, Appeal Procedures and Agencies Consultative Role
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