UPDATE: The School Board agreed on Wednesday to a proposal to suspend electrician, Keith Sill and electrical equipment technician Raymond Nichols for 10 days each, and electronic equipment foreman Gerald Workman for three days in connection with the incident.
Here are links to the FULL investigation report released today by the school district along with the surveillance video that was reviewed by a district HR employee:
All three reports can be viewed using this link: http://www.scribd.com/collections/3552770/Palm-Beach-County-School-District-Noose-Investigation-March-2012
The Palm Beach County School District released its investigation into allegations that three school district employees left a noose by a district time clock late last year.
Wednesday, the Palm Beach County School Board is deciding whether three school district employees will be suspended. The three employees, Keith Sill, Raymond Nichols and Gerald Workman allegedly left the noose by a district time clock in November.
You can read the full investigation reports here: http://www.scribd.com/collections/3552770/Palm-Beach-County-School-District-Noose-Investigation-March-2012
According to the report, another district employee found the noose and reported it causing an internal investigation to be conducted. Part of the investigation included reviewing surveillance video. The video showed Workman, Sill and Nichols were involved in the incident. The report does not name the employee who found the noose.
Read the complete report for Raymond Nichols here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/87055644
Read the complete report for Keith Sill here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/87055631
Read the complete report for Gerald Workman here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/87055626
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