Illinois district dismisses custodian based on video surveillance

June 20, 2007
Education association argues that use of hidden camera was improper.

The Illinois Education Association has filed a complaint against Palatine-based Community Consolidated School District 15 after a custodian was terminated based on footage from a hidden video surveillance camera in the teachers lounge. The custodian at a Rolling Meadows elementary school was fired after an incident was "non-criminal" in nature and related to exceeding the employee's break time.

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