N.Y. Education Law Section 1130
Notification by district attorney


Where a criminal investigation of an allegation of child abuse by an employee or volunteer is undertaken in response to a report forwarded by a school administrator or superintendent to law enforcement authorities pursuant to § 1128 (Duties of school administrators and superintendents upon receipt of a written report alleging child abuse in an educational setting)section eleven hundred twenty-eight of this article, and where law enforcement authorities have provided such report to the district attorney and have requested assistance, as soon as practicable, it shall be the responsibility of the district attorney to notify the superintendent of schools of the district where the acts of child abuse allegedly occurred and of the school district where the child is attending, if different, of an indictment or the filing of an accusatory instrument against the employee or volunteer against whom an allegation of child abuse in an educational setting was made. The district attorney shall notify the superintendent of schools of the district where the acts of child abuse allegedly occurred and of the school district, if different, where the child is attending of the disposition of the criminal case against such employee or volunteer or the suspension or termination of the criminal investigation of such employee or volunteer. The aforementioned notifications to the superintendent of schools shall be made to the appropriate school administrator where the acts of child abuse allegedly occurred in a school other than a school district or public school.

Source: Section 1130 — Notification by district attorney, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/EDN/1130 (updated Jun. 7, 2019; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

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Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Jun. 7, 2019

§ 1130’s source at nysenate​.gov

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