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"Clearly the purpose of the laws we have is to protect people and there are ages at which we deem people are capable of making decisions and there ages we deem people are not yet capable of making decisions," said Young.
He added Salem-Keizer's new interpretation can influence other school districts to follow especially if that standard becomes the new mandatory reporter law.
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In late June, court records show, Battle and Brown drove two people from California to Medford for the purpose of human sex trafficking.
One of the two people driven to Oregon is 17-years-old.
If you are a teacher and you don't report it you can forfeit your licensure," said Rogue River School District’s Superintendent Paul Young.
The Rogue River School District Superintendent said his district and most school districts across the state, do not use Salem-Keizer's standard and most school district’s across the state do not. -- A protest broke out after Salem-Keizer School District told its staff to report if a student under the age of 18 is sexually active.
Once those cases are reported to DHS or law enforcement, it is up to them to decide what to do with the case.