It depends on the basis for the notification. Employee? If the arrestee is finger-printed and has been finger-printed for purposes of school district employment, notification is almost instant.
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It can be pretty quickly. I mean if we are talking rape or molest, I'd imagine the police would directly contact the school immediately. This person should hire an attorney to protect them in criminal court and help them keep their job.
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