At school, a students in one of my classes said they were strip searched by the principal because they were accused of hiding drugs. My math teacher said "it legal for teachers to search students". When I heard that, I was like "wtf? As an ex law enforcement officer and a current professor of constitutional law. It depends on which state you are in.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. OTTAWA—A busload of American college and university students was strip-searched by Canadian border guards three years ago in an incident that violated government policy and may have contravened the Charter of Rights of Freedoms, documents show. The bus, carrying 48 American students aged 18 to 25, was headed to Montreal to ring in the new year, followed by a couple of days of skiing at Mont Tremblant. The students were mostly males, but there were at least 10 females. The report said the tour bus arrived at the crossing around 11 a. A search of the vehicle revealed six grams of marijuana and a small amount of what was believed to be cocaine, the report said.
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Strip searches in middle school? Top court to decide.
The justices concluded that the search was unreasonable but that individual school administrators could not be sued. The larger issue of whether a campus setting traditionally gives schools greater authority over students suspected of illegal activity than police are allowed was not addressed fully by the divided court. But reflecting the divisiveness over the issue, Souter said, "We think these differences of opinion from our own are substantial enough to require immunity for the school officials in this case. Redding was an eighth-grade honor student in , with no history of disciplinary problems at Safford Middle School, about miles from Tucson, Arizona. During an investigation into pills found at the school, a student told the vice principal that Redding had given her prescription-strength milligram ibuprofen pills.
Strip Searches. An assistant principal's decision to strip search a year-old 7th grade student may have been reasonable at its inception because there were reasonable grounds to suspect that the search would have turned up evidence that the student was violating marijuana drug laws. But he was not entitled to qualified immunity for the manner in which he carried out the search. By forcing the minor student to strip naked in front of his peers, the assistant principal exposed the student to an unnecessary level of intrusion that rendered the search excessive in scope and, therefore, unconstitutional, under the Fourth Amendment, because the assistant principal's decision to have the student fully remove all of his underclothing in front of his peers bore "no rational relationship" to the purpose of the search.