Police investigate complaint against Kensington high school staffer

Ryan Ross
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Kensington Police Service

Kensington police are investigating an unspecified complaint from a student about a member of the staff at Kensington Intermediate High School.

In a news release issued today, Kensington Police Service chief Lewie Sutherland said they received a complaint from a female Grade 12 student.

The release said an investigation has been ongoing since the student filed the complaint, but it provided no other details, including when the complaint was filed or any information about the nature of the complaint.

Sutherland said the police won’t issue any further information about the complaint until the investigation is complete.


More details to come as they become available, more in the print edition of The Guardian tomorrow.




Organizations: Kensington Intermediate High School, Kensington Police Service

Geographic location: Kensington

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  • Wow
    January 31, 2013 - 14:35

    Wow, nothing is said of what had taken place so how can anyone but the parties involved say that the person is a HE? This was on the radio THIS MORNING which is over a month from this printing, did anything really happen? Are we sure it was a teacher/principle? Was there something going on between the parties prior? NO ONE can answer those because they are NOT involved. However I pray that if something did happen and it is revealed then the person who who did wrong should be charged and delt with. But face it, nothing will get done because child molesters, peeping toms walk away and leave it all behind.

  • Back to you Guardian
    December 19, 2012 - 15:59

    I can't reveal my source, but I heard a rumour that more rumours are being thought up as you are reading this breaking news. Back to you Guardian . . .

  • ex ktowner
    December 19, 2012 - 15:45

    That school has been poison for 15 years or more

  • Sammy
    December 19, 2012 - 14:10

    What kind of world do we live in if we cannot trust the teachers/prnicipal with our children????? HE should be punished to the full extent!!!!!!!

    • Cecil
      December 19, 2012 - 15:42

      Punished for what exactly? It was a complaint which we know nothing about. Could be for jaywalking for all we know.

  • Ulfric
    December 19, 2012 - 09:35

    Let the speculation and finger pointing begin. This article is a rumor mongers dream. To be a fly on the wall at the local Tim Hortons today...

    • TimmiesFan
      December 19, 2012 - 12:10

      If you're familiar with Kensington you'd know that the local Tim Hortons can only fit about three people at a time, let alone flies on the wall, ha ha!

  • Dale
    December 19, 2012 - 09:19

    Breaking news: We heards about a complaint, but we can't tell you what the complaint is. In other news ........

  • ktowner
    December 18, 2012 - 23:06

    I think that it is important for this to be in the news. The story has already been all over town and we'd like to know if anything is being done about it. Now that we do, we can address the issue (if it does end up being confirmed), but if it is untrue, at least we know that something was done about the allegations other than being left in the dark.

  • Jan
    December 18, 2012 - 21:27

    no need of any of this becoming public until their has been sufficient evidence, this scars our schools and our teachers. Shame on you.

  • Jane
    December 18, 2012 - 19:36

    Why does it matter if this article tells you anything? This should not be in the news and the media should really stop to think about the people involved before digging and fishing for a good story.

  • Grace
    December 18, 2012 - 15:01

    Observer-My point is this article really tells us nothing.

    • Duh
      December 18, 2012 - 18:11

      Why bother telling the media?