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Teaching License Of Ex-Clifton Officer Who Touched Teen's Genitals Revoked

A former Clifton police officer working as an assistant high school principal had his licenses revoked.
A former Clifton police officer working as an assistant high school principal had his licenses revoked. Photo Credit: Clifton Police

CLIFTON, N.J. -- A retired Clifton police officer-turned assistant principal had his teaching licenses and principal eligibility revoked by the New Jersey State Board of Examiners.

Roger A. Schneider pled guilty to cruelty and neglect of children after admitting to touching a teen's genitals.

Schneider -- who currently held a Teacher of Social Studies Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing -- was disqualified from public school employment, the Board said.

He agreed to relinquish his certificates, which were revoked on Jan. 19. 2018, according to the Board.

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