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An Elementary School Teacher in Fernando Valley has been Accused of Assaulting Student

After an elementary school teacher in the San Fernando Valley was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of sexually abusing a child, the Los Angeles Police Department is asking any other possible victims to come forward.

According to a news statement from the LAPD, Giancarlo Corsi, 57, a teacher at Harding Street Elementary School, was charged on Tuesday with repeatedly touching a pupil in a neighbouring class in an improper manner during the academic year 2004–2005, according to a news statement from the LAPD.

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Corsi, who is suspected of engaging in indecent conduct with a kid in a classroom, taught in San Fernando Valley schools from 1992 to 2006, took an 11-year break, and then started teaching again in 2017, according to police.

At some point, he accepted a post-hiatus position at Harding Street Elementary. 
Corsi is being detained without bond after being accused of engaging in sexual behaviour with a minor.

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Detectives are asking anybody with information to contact them at (818) 374-5415. To reach the LAPD after hours, dial 877-LAPD-24-7 (5273).

Call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477) or go to to provide information anonymously.

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