If Former Convicted Teacher Eric Norman Olsen Sexually Abused You Or Your Child, You Can Seek Justice And Compensation.

Eric Norman Olsen is a convicted sexual abuser and is known to have worked at schools in Riverside, San Bernardino & Kern Counties. Some schools and school districts include:
  • Rancho Cucamonga
  • Bakersfield City School District
  • Richland
  • Lamont
  • Wasco High
  • Fontana
  • Ontario Montclair
  • Chino Valley Unified
  • San Bernardino City Unified
  • Fruitvale
  • Camp Keen (Los Osos)
  • Howard Cattle Elementary
  • Berlyn Elementary
  • Valle Vista Elementary

A former substitute teacher from Ontario, who confessed to inappropriate touching of six students under the age of 11 during school hours, has been handed a five-year prison sentence by a San Bernardino Superior Court judge.

Eric Norman Olsen, who worked in numerous Southern California school districts, came under investigation after students at Berlyn Elementary School reported incidents where he touched a girl inappropriately during assignment reviews.

Several students witnessed the alleged molestation, which occurred over two hours during lunch or recess, and at least one student reported it to school officials

Olsen admitted to becoming sexually aroused by over 100 to 200 children he held on his lap over three years while working in Riverside, San Bernardino, and Kern Counties.

Thirteen sets of parents reported inappropriate touching, leading the San Bernardino County district attorney’s office to file 11 counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a child against Olsen.

The incidents occurred on three separate days in 2005 in Fontana and Ontario-Montclair school districts.


Former Teacher Eric Norman Olsen Admits To Molesting Over 100 Students To Detectives

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Student Sexual Abuse Info To Prepare Families

What do I need to keep in mind before reporting child sexual abuse?

If you are a parent and are concerned that a teacher may be hurting your child, this may be a challenging time. It’s essential to be there for your child, and it’s also important to take care of yourself. Check out RAINN to learn more about being a parent to a child who has experienced sexual abuse and how to practice self-care.

Behavioral signs of child sexual abuse:

Shrinking away from or seeming threatened by physical contact;

Regressive behaviors like thumb sucking;

Changing hygiene routines such as refusing to bathe or bathing excessively;

Age-inappropriate sexual behaviors;

Sleep disturbances or nightmares.

What do I need to remember about talking to my child:

Pick your time and place carefully

Be aware of your tone

Talk to your child directly

Listen and follow-up

Avoid judgment and blame

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Victims of sexual abuse deserve to get compensation and justice from Eric Norman Olsen and the educational systems that employed him in a court of law.

Child Sexual Abuse Damage FAQ: Questions About Child Sexual Abuse

What is the statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases?

The majority of states now acknowledge the prolonged process of grappling with the impact of childhood sexual abuse. It is frequently only in adulthood that individuals begin to comprehend the challenges linked to such abuse. Presently, statutes of limitations have been extended, allowing for more time to file a lawsuit or pursue a claim for damages arising from childhood experiences.

If I want to bring a case against the person who abused me or the institution that permitted it, must I go to court?

If a lawsuit is going to be filed by you against someone who has sexually abused you or against an institution that is somehow responsible for the sexual abuse you suffered, you should be prepared to go to trial. However, most of these cases do not go to court. In most cases, there is a financial settlement before the matters occur in a courtroom.

We have noticed that our child has been acting very strange lately and suspect that maybe he/she was sexually abused. What should we do?

If you notice some behaviors have changed in your child, that your child is acting out in what appears to be a sort of sexual way, and you have a concern about whether they've been sexually abused in some way, consult with a professional. Your child must be interviewed by someone skilled and knowledgeable, so there is no question of putting something in their head that wasn't there.

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