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cer Tim Martens and Camo go over a car in a search for drugs. K-9 teams are often called in for backup when an officer making ffic stop suspects drugs are inside.

udents are asked to leave their backpacks behind in the room and class is held somewhere else. We have the kids go on, we call them field trips. The kids utside and study,� Van Schaack said. ke Henke in Dublin, Van Schaack said the dogs are nly a deterrent and should be part of a bigger drug preon program; similarly, Pleasanton school board memsaid searches here would be part of a “multi-pronged ram.� n Schaack said it’s impossible to know how well they k because the district didn’t know how many students bringing drugs to school in the first place. But he noted 10 students have been found to have drugs in their poson in the last five or six years. ypically it’s zero or one (per search). And recently, I think haven’t found anything in five or six times,� he said. s say other kids still sell and do drugs, but not there.� n Schaack also said the dogs have been accurate. Not one single time has a dog hit on a car or a locker or ckpack that we didn’t find something,� he said.

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n Schaack’s assertion that the dogs are accurate has challenged elsewhere, and their questionable accuracy problem for Pleasanton School Board Member Jamie zke. n analysis by the Chicago Tribune in January 2011 wed over a three-year period that dogs were correct only t 44% of the time, and only about 27% for Hispanic ers. In the piece, dog handlers defended the findings, ng that the scent of drugs and paraphernalia can last after drugs are sold or used. owever, the piece noted that even advocates of drug agreed with experts who say many of the dogs and dlers “are poorly trained and prone to false alerts.� he analysis also noted that officers’ personal biases can a dog to scent drugs when none is present.

Legal issues

pponents of Pleasanton’s plan to implement drug deon dogs have vowed to sue, claiming a violation of ents’ Fourth Amendment protection against warrantless hes and seizures, although students on school grounds t have the same rights as adults. For a student to be hed, all school administrators need is a reasonable susn, which is a legal proof less than probable cause. pushing for the drug dogs, Kevin Johnson, Pleasanton ol district’s senior director of pupil services, cited a 0 Connecticut case in which Harold Burbank sued the d of education in the town of Canton. The court coned that a warrantless sweep using drug-sniffing dogs not a search under the Fourth Amendment “because ents do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in

the odor or ‘aroma’ emanating from their unattended lockers and motor vehicles on school property.� The Connecticut court also found that ordering students to remain in their classrooms did not constitute a seizure because school officials are authorized to schedule student activities during the school day; the students were allowed to leave their classrooms in the case of an emergency; and much of the time the students were kept in their normal classrooms. However, in California, a 2000 opinion by then-Attorney General Bill Lockyer said: “(S)chool administrators at a public high school may not implement a policy requiring on an unannounced, random, and neutral basis that (1) pupils be directed to vacate their classrooms and leave behind their personal belongings, including backpacks, purses, jackets, and outer garments, for sniffing by canines trained in the detection of drugs, (2) the pupils would proceed to a location not within the immediate vicinity of the canines and would remain away from the canines at all times, and (3) if a canine’s behavior indicated the presence of drugs, the pupil’s personal belongings would be searched by the school administrators without the pupil’s consent.� Cases in California have shown individual districts handling the situation differently. In 1997, Galt Joint Union High School District dropped its plan to use drug detection dogs after the threat of a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, according to ACLU-NC spokeswoman Laura Saponara. In that case, the district also agreed to pay lawyers’ fees to end the case, Saponara said. A 1999 case brought by a student at a high school in Plumas County dismissed the student’s claim that his Fourth Amendment rights had been violated. But a 2009 search at La Canada Unified School District in Southern California prompted the district to revise its policies after the constitutionality of the school district’s search and seizure practices were questioned by a parent who is a career federal public defender, according to the La Canada Valley Sun. Guy Iversen, the father of two sons who were subject to that search, told the school board that, “Technically, if you don’t have justification, that’s a kidnapping.� He said students’ rights were violated when they were separated from their personal belongings against their will and without reasonable suspicion. The U.S. Supreme Court may have the final word on the matter. While it has ruled on drug detection dogs in the past, the court has agreed to hear a new case, Florida v. Jardines. That case, involving a drug detection dog outside an alleged marijuana grow house, may change how dogs can be used in searches. It’s unlikely, however, that the court will rule before the Pleasanton board lets drug dogs start their searches here. The board expects to have its new policy allowing the searches in place by Feb. 28. With approval by Superintendent Parvin Ahmadi, a search could be done the next day. N

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ALL MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND PUBLIC COMMENT IS WELCOME The above represents a sampling of upcoming meeting items. For complete information, please visit www.ci.pleasanton.ca.us/community/calendar Pleasanton WeeklyĂ&#x160;UĂ&#x160;February 3, 2012Ă&#x160;U Page 13

Pleasanton Weekly 02.03.2012 - Section 1  

Section 1 of the February 3, 2012 edition of the Pleasanton Weekly

Pleasanton Weekly 02.03.2012 - Section 1  

Section 1 of the February 3, 2012 edition of the Pleasanton Weekly