Waterloo Regional Police say they are in the very early stages of an investigation into a teacher’s discipline of a student at a Kitchener elementary school. The service received a complaint on Friday about an incident at Alpine Public School. Detectives are now conducting a criminal investigation into allegations involving discipline administered by a teacher on a student at Alpine Public School, Const. Ashley Dietrich said. “The investigation is ongoing,” she said in an email. Police did not provide any further details. A spokesperson for the Waterloo Region District School Board said they were aware of the investigation. Waterloo Regional Police say that a woman has been charged with assault in connection to an incident that occurred at a Kitchener school last month. Police say on Oct. 22, Family and Children’s Services reported that a teacher used masking tape on two students in a classroom at Alpine Public School. They did not say what the kids were taped to. They say officers from the youth protection unit launched an investigation alongside Family and Children’s Services.
As a result of the investigation, a 52-year-old woman from Waterloo was arrested and is facing assault charges. Mainstream media has shown over and over again that they don’t respect accountability. This is why there is no name given like the Teacher is some sort of victim that should not be held accountable. No name and no mention if this person is being held in jail. In other words a nut job on the lose and the public has no way avoiding this child abuser. In that case it would make sense just to post their entire staff list then. How is the public being protected here? No accountability at all.