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Dispute Resolution Program Reports
The Dispute Resolution
Program (DR) is an alternative program designed to resolve complaints
about members by establishing outcomes that serve the public interest
while avoiding need for a formal hearing. The program is voluntary and
without prejudice to the member's or the College's legal positions if
negotiations do not result in an acceptable outcome. DR is available to
participants at all stages of the complaint process.
JASON DONALD OYSTON
Following a report from the Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board, the Registrar initiated a complaint against Jason Donald Oyston regarding allegations involving sexual intercourse and other sexual acts with a female secondary school student.
The Investigation Committee ratified a memorandum of agreement between the member and the Registrar in which Oyston agreed to:
SHANNON LEE BROWN
On February 22, 2002, following a school board notification, the Registrar initiated a complaint against Shannon Lee Brown for allegedly engaging in an inappropriate relationship of a sexual nature with an adult male student.
The terms of an agreement between the Registrar and the member, ratified by the College's Investigation Committee, follow. Brown agreed to:
PAUL JOHN OLIVERIO
Following notice from the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, the Registrar initiated a complaint against Paul John Oliverio for alleged sexual abuse of several male students receiving special education services. Oliverio denied the allegations and criminal proceedings did not occur as a result of these matters.
The College's Investigation Committee ratified an agreement between the Registrar and the member in which Oliverio agreed to:
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