Discipline Archives of the BC College of Teachers

Archived Hearing Decisions

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Archived Conduct Review Sub-Committee Agreements

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  • Bellec, Herve

    admitted to and was found guilty of professional misconduct. The respondent misused his sick leave and intentionally attempted to deceive his employer. On June 16, 2004 the Conduct Review Sub-Committee approved the Statement of Agreed Facts and Disposition. The Sub-Committee accepted that the appropriate penalty be a reprimand.

  • Coon, Christopher Anthony

    admitted to and was found guilty of professional misconduct. Criminal charges were laid against the respondent for Sexual Assault. Mr. Coon plead guilty to a lesser offence of touching the body of a young person for sexual purposes contrary to the Criminal Code. The respondent admitted to the College that he initiated intimate physical contact with a Grade 11 female student.The incidents of his physical touching occurred outside school hours on 6 or 7 occassions.On August 30, 2005, the Conduct Review Sub-Committee approved the Statement of Agreed Facts and Disposition and accepted that the appropriate penalty was cancellation of his certificate of qualification.

  • Dunning, Paul Alan

    admitted to and was found guilty of conduct unbecoming a member of the College. The respondent failed to remain at the scene of a motor vehicle accident in which he was involved and did not disclose relevant information to the proper authorities. On October 25, 2004, the Conduct Review Sub-Committee approved the Statement of Agreed Facts and Disposition. The Sub-Committee accepted that the appropriate penalty was a three-month suspension of his teaching certificate.

  • Fuglestveit, Bernt Olav (Certificate Issued: 1994.12.21)

    admitted to and was found guilty of professional misconduct. The respondent admitted that while he was a teacher-on-call, he made inappropriate comments to and/or about female students' physical appearance and development. He further admitted that his personal interactions with female students were inappropriate and made them feel uncomfortable. On November 3, 2005, the Conduct Review Sub-Committee approved the Statement of Agreed Facts and Disposition and accepted that the appropriate penalty was a one-month suspension.

  • Geisler, Gerald Douglas

    admitted to and was found guilty of professional misconduct. The respondent repeatedly showed videos to his students during class that contained inappropriate, including some sexual, images. On December 2, 2004, the Conduct Review Sub-Committee approved the Statement of Agreed Facts and Disposition. The Sub-Committee accepted that the appropriate penalty was a three-month suspension of his certificate of qualification. Publication was delayed due to certain extenuating circumstances in this case.

  • Lebedoff, Sergie Glen

    admitted to and was found guilty of professional misconduct and conduct unbecoming a member of the College. The respondent had sexual relations with a female person under the age of majority and continued to do so despite being warned by persons in authority. In addition, the respondent failed to declare on his Application for Teacher-on-Call that he had been censured by previous employers. On August 26, 2004, the Conduct Review Sub-Committee approved the Statement of Agreed Facts and Disposition. The Sub-Committee accepted that the appropriate penalty was that his certificate be cancelled.



Archived Consent Resolution Agreements

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  • Kraus, George Heinz (Certificate Issued 1991.03.05)

    admitted that his conduct leading to the criminal conviction and the criminal conviction itself regarding possession of child pornography constitute conduct unbecoming a member of the College. On October 25, 2005, the Preliminary Investigation Sub-Committee approved the Consensual Resolution Agreement under which the respondent relinquished his teaching certificate.

  • Layman, Keith Alexander (Certificate Issued 1995.08.29)

    admitted to and was found guilty of conduct unbecoming a member of the College. The respondent, who worked as a high-school counsellor, engaged in a personal and sexual relationship with a 17 year old student for a period of approximately ten months. The respondent believed that the student was 19 years old at the time they met at a nightclub. The respondent admitted that after the student moved into his residence he became aware that the student was 17 years old and attending high school. On February 22, 2006, the Preliminary Investigation Sub-Committee approved the Consensual Resolution Agreement and the respondent's certificate of qualification was cancelled.



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