Now I'm wondering if some school districts are banning Non-Violent RSO's which by law can be on school property but if the school bans them they could be charged with trespassing.
I was under the impression the article was going to be about HB1366 becoming law and the process that RSO parents must go through to obtain a court order to legally be on school property but it turns out more to be about letters that Virginia Beach sends to RSO's banning them from the property.
There hasn't been an RSOL of Virginia for 2.5 years.
I sent the reporter an email early Sunday pointing out this error and he said he'd take care of the online version (it's too late for the print version). Correction 07/28/15.
His isn't a unique case. Among the division's 82 schools, principals ban about four sex-offender parents per year, usually after other parents alert school officials, Deputy City Attorney Kamala Lannetti said.