My question involves criminal law for the state of: IOWA
My daughter was attacked by her coach at the school, during a volleyball game. I have the whole thing recorded and it is pretty bad. So bad, that after getting at least 100 complaints from parents, and I complained about the physcial and mental abuse, they have yet to contact law enforcement.
I took care of this last night, after 6 weeks of them ignoring me and havnig posession of the footage and not doing anything about it.
The report was taken today and they pulled the county attorney (sister in law of the attacker) and the local police chief (on school board) due to some conflicts. It is now being handled by the Sheriff and the State.
My question is that it has been over 6 weeks, no one from the school reported this incident to law enforcement, does anyone know what is required by law?
This would cover most of the administration at the school who witnessed the event and others who the event was reported to after the event.
My daughter is a current student, 17 years of age, and defined as a minor by Iowa law. The video footage of the event is pretty bad and clearly shows the contact and the event unfold, I even pointed out school employees watching as it happens on the footage.