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Notification of Sex Offenders

September 28, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

In accordance with New York State’s Sex Offender Registration Act, local law enforcement agencies will, at their discretion, be notifying school administrators of sex offenders living or working in this district. Such information may include the offender’s address or zip code, photograph, crime of conviction, modus of operation, type of victim targeted and the description of any special conditions imposed on the offender.  

The information the district receives from local law enforcement will be posted in an appropriate location in all district buildings, and will be available to you upon request.  This information can also be located on the Liberty Central School District website at www.libertyk12.org where the link to the NYS Sex Offender Registry is updated continually and the District policy 5450.1 Notification of Sex Offenders is located. In addition, any information received will be circulated to all staff that might come into contact with the offender in the course of doing their jobs, including Building Principals, staff who issue visitors’ passes, bus drivers, custodians, playground monitors and coaches. All other staff members will be informed of the availability of the information. Staff have been directed to notify their supervisor if they observe any suspicious person(s) in an area where children congregate, and law enforcement officials will be notified in cases where the circumstances warrant it.

We are dedicated to the safety of our children while they’re in school. All of our schools have strict sign-in/sign-out procedures for our students, and all visitors must first report to the school’s main office for a visitor’s pass. In addition, our school curriculum includes teaching personal safety and stranger awareness skills.

We encourage you to talk to your children about personal safety. Books and other resources are available from school counselors, if necessary.

Specific questions about this matter may be directed to Police Officer James L. Simon at Liberty Police Department, 159 North Main St., Liberty, NY  12754 – Phone:  845-292-4422 or to any School Resource Officer.

Please be assured that the school district will continue to take responsible and appropriate measures to protect our students.

Dr. Augustine E. Tornatore
Superintendent of Schools