Dallas County Schools

Reward: $2,500
areas of scrutiny: Bribery, political corruption
position: Dallas/TX

In recent months, reports of alleged money laundering, bribery and possible political corruption have emerged around Dallas County Schools and a school bus camera program that cost DCS $16,000,000.

Probing coverage of the agency’s failings from the NBC outlet in Dallas ultimately led to legislative action that resulted in the dissolution of DCS. However, a federal investigation has begun into Dallas County Schools’ former dealings and ethical questions have been raised regarding some of the case’s key players.

If you, or anyone you know are aware of details that could shed light on this case, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

Follow the links below for full details on this developing story.

Dallas ‘Stop Arm’ program tainted with questions, allegations of bribery

Records, interviews: Dallas Co Schools deceptive in school bus camera program

School districts left in dark as bus camera company closes

Dallas City Councilman Dwaine Caraway Received Thousands From Man in Dallas County Schools Corruption Investigation

Dallas City Council candidates accepted $78K from people tied to bus agency bribery case

 

 

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