Your post does not set forth sufficient facts to offer much that is specific, but in general: any teacher who commits a crime is subject not only to criminal prosecution but also to loss of employment as a public school teacher and loss of the state credential for teaching. Volitional sex acts in front of a child old enough to report the matter are almost inevitably criminal acts. If you are sure of your facts, you can make a report and complaint to the school district that employes the teacher (http://google.vesd.net/search?q=cache:56lgI_kRaA4J:pma.vesd.net/documents/policies/20050811041811-696.rtf+complaints&access=p&output=xml_no_dtd&ie=UTF-8&client=default_frontend&site=default_collection&proxystylesheet=default_frontend&oe=ISO-8859-1) and to the state Commission of Credentialing (http://www.ctc.ca.gov/educator-discipline/public.html), as well as local law enforcement. Social services does not have authority or responsibility for pushing arrest or prosecution, nor for addressing the employment and credentialing issues.
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