A woman is charged with abusing children after video at a Johnson County, Kansas, day care revealed about 170 instances of abuse of children under the age of 1.
A music teacher who collected child abuse pictures over a period of 15 years has been spared jail so he can “kick this dreadful habit”.
If teachers see signs of child abuse, they have both a professional duty and a legal obligation to report it, to ensure children get help.
Samantha Dillbeck, a former operator of an in-home daycare, was found guilty of felony abuse or neglect of a child resulting in serious injury Tuesday afternoon. A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for July 16.
The lawsuit alleges a pre-school teacher "roughly grabbed" a boy, walked while holding him up, and then "in an admittedly frustrated state" tossed him into a wall.
Oak Forest police are investigating child abuse allegations against an Indian Springs School District teacher after video of the incident was shared online.