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Personnel Review

Clayton County Public Schools
Human Resources -  Ethics/ Background

Personnel Review Officers

Mr. Randy Iddins
Phone: 770.473.2700 ext. 700150
Email: randy.iddins@clayton.k12.ga.us

Ms. Teresa Reese
Phone: 770.473.2700 ext. 700145
Email: teresa.reese@clayton.k12.ga.us

Ms. Claire Starkey

Phone: 770-473-2700 ext. 700130
Email: claire.starkey@clayton.k12.ga.us

Administrative Assistant
Ms. Margaret Sealock
Phone: 770-473-2700 Ext. 700126
Email: margaret.sealock@clayton.k12.ga.us

FAQ

Where can I get a copy of the police report that you requested on me?  

The agency that arrested you should have a copy. If they no longer have a copy, ask them to give you a statement, on their stationery, stating that your records have been destroyed.
 

Where can I get a copy of the disposition of my case that you requested?  

The courthouse that heard your case will have a copy.
 

Is there a fee for my criminal history report? 

Yes. The cost is $45.00, and it must be paid with cash or a money order.


What documents do I need to bring with me when I am fingerprinted?

  • Driver's License or State Issued I.D.

                 OR

  • U.S. Passport (Expired or Unexpired)
     

If you have none of these items, please click on this link to find out some of the other options you have. 

(I-9 Form)

How can I obtain a copy of my Georgia criminal history record? 

Georgia criminal history records can be obtained from local Sheriff's or Police Departments. Please contact a local Georgia agency about specific requirements for obtaining a copy of your Georgia criminal history record.

How do I obtain a copy of my national criminal history record?

Individuals can obtain a copy of their national criminal history record from the FBI by submitting a request to the below address. In order to receive a copy of your FBI record for personal, employment, or international work requirements the FBI requires the following: 1) A signed written request with a brief explanation for the request and your complete return mailing address. 2) Each request must contain two completed applicant fingerprint cards with all of the applicant's personal information (name, date of birth, place of birth, etc.) and a current set of 10 rolled fingerprints and eight flat finger impressions. Fingerprints and impressions must be taken by a local law enforcement agency. 3) An $18.00 fee in U.S. currency by certified check or money order payable to the United States Treasury. This information is provided in compliance with the U.S. Freedom of Information Act.

FBI
CJIS Division
ATTN: SCU, MOD.D-2
1000 Custer Hollow Road
Clarksburg , West Virginia 26303
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For more information, the FBI's web site on this issue is http://www.fbi.gov/hq/cjisd/fprequest.htm.
You also can contact the FBI at 304-625-5590.

How often are background checks completed?  

Upon employment, background criminal history checks are completed every 5 years or when an employee's certification or license with the Professional Standards Commission is renewed.


What is Georgia 's First Offender Act (FOA)?

Upon a verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere, but before an adjudication of guilt, the court may, in the case of a defendant who has not been previously convicted of a felony, without entering a judgment of guilt and with the consent of the defendant, defer further proceeding and place the defendant on probation as a first offender.
If the terms of the first offender sentence are successfully completed, and the probationer discharged, the arrest record is sealed. GCIC must receive official notification that the subject has successfully completed the FOA requirements. The record is not automatically sealed based on the elapse of the probation sentence.
Georgia law (O.C.G.A. 42-8-65(b)) requires GCIC to change the first offender sentence to a conviction if, prior to successful discharge, the subject is arrested and convicted of another offense while still on first offender probation. Courts may also revoke a first offender sentence, indicate unsatisfactory completion of the first offender sentence or change to an adjudication of guilt.

What Do We Investigate?

Employee Misconduct violations of policy or professional conduct

The GAPSC's Code of Ethics
violations of the 11 standards outlined in the Code of Ethics

Criminal Background Checks
violations of federal, state and local laws that would impact an employee's employment with the school district.

Helpful Information for Administrators/Principals

Board G Policies

CCPS Investigative Process FY 17-18

CCPS Mandated Child Abuse Reporting Policy - (Policy JGI)

Witness Statement Form
Acknowledgment Form for Mandated Training
Training Videos
Investigation Request Form