Ohio School District Slammed for Inadequate Screening Methods

The Indian Creek School District faces allegations against the transportation direction, Brenda Staffilino. Pulled over for a routine traffic stop the Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper was given false information and Staffilino was discovered to be driving with a suspended license.

Superintendent Dr. Mark Furda said, “Every night, the statewide system is swept of violation and if any of the drivers get identified then we’re notified.”

In Ohio, in 2007, legislation was enacted that requires the nightly monitoring of arrests and convictions of any individual employed by the state to operate a school transportation vehicle.

Because Staffilino does not operate any vehicles Indian Creek School district never discovered her license was suspended.

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