Some also argue that students who aren't doing anything wrong have nothing to fear. This ignores the fact that what they fear is not getting caught, but the loss of dignity and trust that the drug test represents. While they think they may be helping by trying to keep students from using drugs they actually may be hurting there self esteem. Our legal system is based on the principle innocent until proven guilty, but doesn't random mean that there is no reason to suspect anything? I think it's wrong because random searches will just lead to profiling which isn’t right.
This means that what they have in their lockers is private with regard to other students and the faculty, just so long as they have nothing illegal in their locker. If there is suspicion of illegal substances or objects, the school has the right to search the locker for. The school also has the right to search the student’s person if they have proper cause, and it lies within the scope of the search. As a teacher I cannot limit their rights, but I must enforce the rules of the school and the laws of the state. If I do not believe that a search of a student’s person or their locker, vehicle, or backpack is lawful then it is my duty to stand up for the student.
The last thing that a teacher wants is to have a student pull up inappropriate material while doing an assignment for them. A firewall for an organization, such as a school, is software loaded on the router or server for the district. A firewall blocks unwanted programs and intruders from getting in, sensitive information from getting out, and students from accessing unwanted material. By having this done at the district levels, teachers can comfortably allow the students to use the internet without the constant fear of what they will access or who will try to access them. However, there are still things a teacher can do to ensure that students are actually within the parameters of the firewall.
The purpose also is if law enforcement was to take the evidence it would not be used in the court of law unless issue or that person can be set free of all charges. Basically one wrong moved can make us lose a suspect of a horrible crime if we are not careful. Law enforcement just need to be cautious so they are doing their jobs correct, and setting a person free will get them into trouble (cjlf.org, 2011). When we are identifying the exclusionary rule it is a great rule to have so police have to stop and think. Police have to think before they search because it could cost them a lot if they just do what they want.
Drug testing in school is actually illegal when read on the constitution. No person will be illegally searched and violated by anyone in a search. The school Administration profiles individuals and already ahead of time pick out who they are going to drug test. It is against personal privacy and why should any student be violated without the parent’s consent as well. The fact that the school think they have the right to violate the child's private life is funny.
The fourth amendment states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” How does randomly drug testing student support this amendment? It absolutely does not. Drug testing students does not fully deter use. In some cases it might actually cause more drug use because of the rebellious nature of teens. Some say that the drug tests will deter use
Additionally, many students probably are incapable of properly using a gun and that makes it even more dangerous for them to have one. Even though Bishop Eustace does not have metal detectors nor are the students searched when they enter a building, I think that if this is what would be necessary to ensure the safety of the community, it should be done with no arguments. If a student does not want a teacher to see what they are bringing to school, then it most likely doesn’t belong on school property. I feel that I already have a lot of individual freedom and I am satisfied with my limits and restrictions as to
Children are never allowed to go unless an adult, either the teacher or they recognise, picks them up. Missing children Children should not go missing from schools due to the security procedures in place but on rare occasions when they do it is important to remain calm. The most likely time for this to happen is when pupils are on school trips. If a child does go missing it is important to: Tell the teacher in charge immediately making sure all the other children are present. This can be done with a head count or the register.
How possible is it that the actual problem will not be known until you have reached at least a partial solution? Have you been thinking on too small a scale? (Do you suspect that the aim is currently too narrow or too modest?) What do you stand to gain by thinking big? What do you stand to LOSE by thinking big?
So if something at work is troubling you enough for you to mention it to your family or friends, please report it straight away. It is natural that you may feel unable to express your concerns out of a feeling of disloyalty, however, such feelings must never result in a potentially illegal or dangerous situation going unreported. This particularly applies where the welfare of children may be at risk: all staff have a duty to report any child protection concerns to their school’s designated person for child protection - make sure you know their name. Remember, it is often the most vulnerable children or young people who are targeted: they need someone like you to safeguard their welfare. Don't think “what if I'm wrong?” - think “what if I’m right?” What is a Whistleblowing Policy?