Legal and Liability Issues In Schools
DATES: 7/12/2021 through 7/13/2021
INSTRUCTOR(S): Charles Braun II
LOCATION: Germantown Police Department - 1930 S Germantown, Germantown, TN 38138
HOTEL: Fairfield Inn - Germantown, TN
$102.00 Single or Double
Identify with PATC to receive discounted rate.
COURSE REGISTRATION FEE: $325.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.
|Charles N. Braun, II (JD, Indiana University School of Law — Indianapolis — 1977) is admitted to practice before all of the federal and state courts of Indiana as well as before the U. S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, IL and the U.S. Supreme Court. A former Deputy Attorney General for the State of Indiana (where for nearly a decade he represented all of the statelevel criminal justice agencies), Mr. Braun has also worked for the American Bar Association , the U.S. Department of Justice, and he is a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy for police legal advisors. Mr. Braun maintains a private law practice, is an author of criminal justice books, is a frequent speaker at seminars/programs for public/private sector groups and employees, and has personally trained the majority of all Indiana based law enforcement officers through his position for 29 years as the Staff Attorney and Law Instructor at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Furthermore he serves as an expert witness in both federal and state court regarding a variety of criminal justice issues and has been an adjunct faculty member for a variety of colleges and universities over the years. Mr. Braun also enjoys producing and hosting the longest running (36 years plus) legal talk show on radio in America today, Legally Speaking which airs on radio station WICR (FM 88.7) out of Indianapolis. He also serves as the official re-enactor for Pres. Benjamin Harrison (Indiana’s only elected President) at his historic home here in Indianapolis. Mr. Braun and his wife, Elizabeth (an RN who serves as a legalnurse consultant) are avid travelers and photographers.
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The Effect Of School Violence On The Rights Of Students: This session
will provide an overview of the entire course as well as providing the background
for the shifting legal requirements that have resulted from high-profile
incidents of school violence.
Searches In Schools: (Weapons, Contraband and Items Prohibited Under
School Rules) The student shall gain an understanding of the law relating
to searches in and around school property, including: Searching the Student's
Person; Searching a Students' Belongings; Student Strip Searches; Searching
Lockers and Desks; Use of K-9 for Sniff Searches in the Schools; Parking
Lots and Student Vehicles; and School Events outside the School Day.
Teacher Versus Police Personnel Searches: Attendees will gain an understanding
of the distinction in legal standards between those conducted by school teachers
and administrators as opposed to those conducted by the police.
The Use Of Video and Audio Surveillance In The School Environment:
This session will identify the legal issues surrounding the use of video
and audio surveillance as it relates to school security. Participants will
also gain an understanding of the legal issues regarding privacy rights with
respect to covert surveillance.
Random Drug Testing For Students Involved In Extra-Curricula Activities:
Students will gain an understanding of Constitutional rulings regarding drug
testing of students who participated in extra-curricula school activities.
Participants will review policies relating to this type of random drug testing.
Interviewing and Interrogating Students: Participants will gain a
working knowledge of the law relating to student interviews/interrogations
in the school-disciplinary setting.
The Use Of Physical Force To Control and Punish Students: This session
will examine the current state of the law relating to the use of physical
force, by teachers and other school officials, to control and punish students.
Liability Issues For Teachers and Other School Officials: Violations
of Students' Rights for Unreasonable Searches and Seizures; Liability with
respect to the Use of Physical Force; The duty to protect from various types
of harm; participants shall gain an understanding of their legal duties and
obligations with respect to protecting students from abuse at the hands of
Mandatory Reporting Requirements: This session will focus on the obligations
of teachers and school officials to report various crimes that they become
aware of through contact with students including: child abuse; sexual assaults;
assaults and drug related crimes.
First Amendment Rights Of Students: Participants will gain an understanding
of the First Amendment issues relating to school activities and the most
current state of the law impacting these issues. The session will include
discussion on: Student dress codes; Regulating exotic body piercing in the
school environment; Censoring student newspapers and speech; Discipline based
on student speech or writing; and the current law on prayer in the public
Legal Issues Arising From Internet Access For Students: With the increase
in school access to the internet, administrators and teachers must be familiar
with the legal issues regarding use and censorship of students' use of the
internet. This session will outline the existing law as well as policy considerations
regarding internet usage by students.
Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)/Buckley Amendment: Confidentiality
rights of students will respect to discipline and schoolwork. Liability issues
with respect to breaches of confidentiality.
Mental Health Evaluations Of Students: Students shall examine the
law relating to school-requested mental health evaluations of students.
Policy Development: This session will focus on providing participants
with a sound framework for policy development for schools. Participants will
gain knowledge with respect to the essential resources that must be reviewed
while developing policies.