Human Services

NOT ON LIL TS WATCH

They can't speak, but we can for them.

Keller, TX

Mission

As the 2017 Recipients of the NCIL Advocate of the Year Award, we were humbled and further impassioned to see this thing through to the end. What is this thing? The thing is simply Safety in striving for F.A.P.E. (Free and Appropriate Public Education), for children with disabilities. Home, Church, and School should be sanctuary places for ALL children. If the child is developmentally challenged and there’s a predator in the midst, there must be someone/something that can STAND for the innocent. That’s what we’re all about. Let the surveillance cameras reveal all truths between student and teacher when the question arises. We believe this is the only way to help prevent the 1000’s of abuse cases of Special Needs Children in Schools in the United States.

Notes from the Nonprofit

When my son came home with blood on his bottom, a broken thumb, a knot on his head, and a dislocated knee, all of which happened at school, no one could explain how any of it happened. I asked the school to put video cameras in to do what my son couldn't do..., SPEAK for himself nor tell me who hurt him. In 2015 SB507 became law! Hallelujah! Then some schools have ignored parents request for cameras and ignored the Law all together. Recently, (I know personally), School Administration has lost video footage. This CAN NOT happen. Those cameras are the ONLY trustworthy voice for non-verbal students in school.

Therefore, Not On Lil' T's Watch has commissioned Mr. Paul Colbert to correct and strengthen the Law SB507. Tampering with public record is a felony. Abuse of Special Needs Children in Schools is also a Felony. Though that is true..., we want to prevent the abuse in the first place! Videos prevent bank robberies. Surely, it can prevent or report the guilt or innocence of school officials with abuse of children that can't defend themselves or tell what's added insult to their already injured minds and/or bodies.

Please donate here or at www.notonliltswatch.org. It's about humanity and decency for our most vulnerable citizens of the United States of America!

Ruling Year

2014

President

Breggett Rideau

Vice President

Joyce Spencer

Main Address

709 Meandering Woods Dr

Keller, TX 76248 USA

Keywords

Special Needs Children, Schools, Classrooms, Cameras, Video, Protection, Abuse in schools of disabled students

EIN

46-4224677

 Number

3960368408

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (P99)

Disabled Persons' Rights (R23)

Disabled Persons' Rights (R23)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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What we aim to solve

As the 2017 Recipients of the NCIL Advocate of the Year Award, we were humbled and further impassioned to see this thing through to the end. What is this thing? The thing is simply Safety in striving for F.A.P.E. (Free and Appropriate Public Education), for children with disabilities. Home, Church, and School should be sanctuary places for ALL children. If the child is developmentally challenged and there’s a predator in the midst, there must be someone/something that can STAND for the innocent. That’s what we’re all about. Let the surveillance cameras reveal all truths between student and teacher when the question arises. We believe this is the only way to help prevent the 1000’s of abuse cases of Special Needs Children in Schools in the United States. Assistance with how, who and when for parents is also extremely important in securing their Special Needs Children while in the care of the School. Information/Knowledge is key!

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Cleanup SB507

Adaquate Implimentation & Administration of Laws designed to protect SPED Kids in Texas Schools

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We plan to improve the Law we've established in 2015 and 2017 SB507 and SB1398 respectively. National Camera Surveillance for Special Needs Children in Schools is the ultimate goal.

Getting the public involved (even folks without special needs children), is imperative to the accomplishment of bipartisan support. Rather than going from state to state, we're going from Texas to Washington. Hiring the lobbyist and getting it perfected here in Texas first is Key! If we can get it done right here in Big Tex we can accomplish it throughout the United States.

SB507 is the first Law in the United States requiring mandatory installation of Cameras in the Classrooms of Special Needs Children. SB1398 is the companion Law that, among other things, ties tampering with the Audio or Video tapes being investigated to penal codes a felony. We follow the LAWS of this land, working smarter rather than harder, bold in approach and submissive in prayer. True Story

Every special needs classroom has a camera with regulation/procedures throughout the state of Texas, that is comforting to parents and fair to School administration as a Final Draft. We must constantly keep a Lobbyist on standby to counteract any attempts at weakening SB507.

SB 507 Cameras in the Classrooms of Special Needs Children is the FIRST law of its kind in the history of the United States. That's a historical accomplishment. 2015 SB1398 Companion Law to SB507. 2017 2019 - New issues/revelations/corrections/implementations

External Reviews

Awards

Disability Empowerment Award 2015

Mayor's Advisory Committee on People with Disabilities

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All people that care about the safety of disabled children in schools, we WANT on our team.