Palm Beach County charter schools failed to comply with state law

Palm Beach County charter schools failed to comply with state law

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SHERIFF RIC BRADSHAW SAYS THE
TRAINING WAS NOT MET.>>WE’RE GOING TO DIGEST THAT
REPORT PIECE BY PIECE AND LOOK
AT IT. SHAYNE: EDWARD TIERNEY, PALM
BEACH COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
CHIEF OF STAFF, SAID HE HAD JUST
RECEIVED THIS EMAIL FROM THE
PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF’S
OFFICE DETAILING MULTIPLE INSTANCES OF NON-COMPLIANCE BY
PRIVATE SECURITY FIRM INVICTUS.>>WE’RE GOING TO TAKE A HARD
LOOK AT THE SHERIFF’S FINDINGS
AND GO FROM THERE. SHAYNE: SHERIFF RIC BRADSHAW
RECOMMENDED THE SCHOOL DISTRICT
USE HIS DEPUTIES. INSTEAD, THE DISTRICT HIRED
INVICTUS TO TRAIN PRIVATE
SECURITY GUARDS INTO THE
GUARDIAN PROGRAM AT CHARTER
SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTY. BUT AFTER BEING CONCERNED ABOUT
THE LEGALITY AND QUALITY OF THE
TRAINING FROM INVICTUS, BRADSHAW
EVALUATED THEIR PROCESS AND
FOUND MULTIPLE ISSUES,
INCLUDING, THE INVICTUS LEAD INSTRUCTOR WASN’T PROPERLY
CERTIFIED, INVICTUS PASSED
STUDENTS WITH SCORES OF 80% WHEN
THE LAW REQUIRES 85%, FIVE
STUDENTS WHO FAILED FIREARMS
QUALIFICATIONS WHERE SHOWN AS PASSED, AND MORE.>>THE SPECIFIC CRITICISMS,
WE ARE REALLY GOING TO HAVE TO
LOOK AT ONE BY ONE AND SEE THE
MERIT. SHAYNE: IN A STATEMENT, INVICTUS
PRESIDENT PATRICK MILLER TOLD
WPBF HE HAS TO WAIT ON THE
SCHOOL BOARD PRESS RELEASE TO
FULLY RESPOND BUT WROTE IN PART,
OUR GOAL IS TO SEE ALL OF OUR CHILDREN IN THE STATE ADEQUATELY
PROTECTED. MEANWHILE, TIERNEY SAYS THOSE
WHO WENT THROUGH INVICTUS’
PROGRAM MUST NOW GO THROUGH THE
SHERIFF DEPARTMENT’S PROGRAM TO
BE IN FULL COMPLIANCE.>>WE’RE GOING TO SEND THEM
THROUGH THE SHERIFF’S TRAINING
AND BE PLEASED TO DEPLOY T

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