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Criminal Allegations Against Dccc Administrators

Discussion in 'USD 443 and DCCC' started by anonmaly, Jul 14, 2017.

  1. anonmaly
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    anonmaly New Member

    Multiple local news agencies reporting on this:

    http://www.kwch.com/content/news/FF12--434533113.html

    http://ksn.com/2017/07/14/dccc-investigation-may-lead-to-criminal-charges-for-school-administrators/

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    According to a spokesperson from the school, during the fall semester of 2016, the school’s auditors mentioned the number of guns and amount of ammunition the school had purchased. After further inquiry by the administration, questions were raised concerning the purchase and use of guns and ammunition as well as other expenditures and equipment.

    As a result, the Board of Trustees retained independent attorney Allen Glendenning to investigate. Through Glendenning’s investigation the following issues were uncovered:

    Gun related equipment delivered directly to the home of a college administrator, its receipt was not reported to appropriate college personnel and it was not used for any college purpose;

    A college administrator given additional pay to teach a guided studies course for which he was not qualified;

    The wife of a college administrator was hired as an adjunct instructor to teach a guided studies course for which she was not qualified;

    A College administrator created questionable certification for an adjunct instructor, had them signed by a college instructor and submitted them for inclusion in the college records of faculty qualifications.
     
  2. anonmaly
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    Dodge Globe is reporting as well:

    After an executive session, the board of trustees also released a report showing a former DCCC administrator may soon face criminal charges.

    DCCC auditors mentioned the number of guns and ammunition the college purchased. During an inquiry by the board, more issues were uncovered and the board hired Great Bend attorney Allen Glendenning to investigate.

    http://www.dodgeglobe.com/news/20170714/former-administrator-may-face-charges
     
  3. Coffeedeux
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    Coffeedeux Well-Known Member

    Wow, explosive!
     
  4. Jafo
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    Jafo Well-Known Member

    So who is it suppose to be?
     
  5. anonmaly
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  6. Daredevil
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    Daredevil Well-Known Member

    When the charges are really broken down I am thinking it will be less than explosive and more of a mechanism to help place Anny illum and others as an image for what is wrong at the college. I am trying to figure out what criminal allegations could come from nepotism, and Adam John determining someone is not credentialed for a class. He has apparently done that with the vast majority of faculty for whole programs or individual classes I finally went to the accreditation website and it looks like especially with tech his interpretations are extremely incorrect. He also looks to have misapplied that in other cases not being reasonable with what would be sound credentials from what I have heard. I am unclear on what charge you could get even then criminally unless there are truly fraudulent credentials, and in the tech area there is a lot of leeway. Plus the requirements have changed with time. All I have heard about the gun allegations is it is not a bunch of guns and ammunition but a single scope that came to Gillum's house. When I asked people why it sounded reasonable that it could be damaged in handling. The receipt issue seems to be over that one scope which they had in one area of the college but not another. I am quite confused how this would be criminal wrongdoing. If any were it would be at a state for the education charges or a federal level for the guns from the little I can interpret, and I am not a lawyer. That leaves me confused as to why you would dump it to the county attorney. Unless there is something far beyounfd the printed allegations based on the results that are rumored and these are rumored I am not understanding what is going on other than a waste of taxpayer money and deflecting from the issues of selling the college land, treatment of students, and treatment of faculty and staff. That has been documented in the vote of no confidence and the nursing students complaints that were not addressed until the culprits were caught on recordings.
     
  7. Coffeedeux
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    Coffeedeux Well-Known Member

    If something criminal has occurred, the county attorney is the prosecutor so who else would you give it to? They would determine if charges should be filed.

    If you have an administrator engaged in criminal conduct, wouldn't you want that to be addressed? Or are you saying that because you like the administrator charges shouldn't be filed?

    You say it's creating a distraction from other issues. If an administrators engaged in criminal activity and the college say on their hands and did nothing about it, wouldn't you be the first to criticize the college?
     
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  10. Thinkingaboutit
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    If authentic, the Guided Studies issues constitute fraud. The students who completed the coursework aren't eligible for college credit. So transfer athletes could be immediately ineligible. Of more financial importance is the probability that students received financial aid for those courses. If the Feds audit, and it's true, DC3 will owe all that awarded money back to the Feds and could also be fined.


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