CONCORD, NH — Concord police and school officials are investigating an incident between a professional school photographer and a student that may have promoted a pornographic site to the student, according to officials. On Nov. Geskus immediately terminated the photographer, the district said. Kathleen Murphy, the interim school superintendent, said the district was doing its due diligence on the matter to ensure students were not targeted. Michael Reardon, the principal of Concord High School, sent out a note to students Monday to see if anyone else was contacted by the photographer about modeling or anything else during the shoot. He asked students to contact school officials and talk to their parents, too, if they were approached by the photographer.
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The Juvenile Unit is tasked with investigating crimes committed against or by juveniles. The juvenile unit covers two shifts that work from AM through PM. A delinquent is any person under the age of 18 who commits any act that would constitute a felony or a misdemeanor if committed by an adult. Possible consequences for juveniles who commit a delinquent act are: counsel and release, case referred to the Office of Youth Services for counseling or community service, or they can be petitioned to court. If I think a child is being abused, am I obligated to contact someone and if so, whom should I call? Reports of abuse and neglect can be made to the Division of Children, Youth and Families or to your local police department in an emergency. Police departments are often notified during non-business hours and weekends.
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Food Pantry Resources. Please find below a list of local food pantry resources. We're always adding to this group so if you know of a helpful place that's not listed, please let us know and we'll add them too!
While there will be no diocesan pilgrimage to the national March for Life this year, various related online offerings are available nationally. Locally, prayer opportunities related to the March for Life will be held in multiple deaneries of the diocese. Join us on February 28th for an opportunity to strengthen your relationship with Jesus and renew your hope.