Former educator acknowledges recording up-skirt videos
DENVER (AP) — A former staff member at a Colorado secondary school has acknowledged secretly recording up-skirt videos of female students.
The Denver Post reports 56-year-old Steven Jenkins pleaded guilty Monday to invasion of privacy for sexual gratification involving a victim who was younger than 15. He is scheduled to be sentenced July 10 and must register as a sex offender.
Prosecutors say Jenkins, a former instructional coach at Renaissance Secondary School in Castle Rock, was reported in December 2017 after he was seen holding his phone at low and odd angles to capture the images. Police identified three student victims.
Jenkins was fired after the allegations came to light.
Information from: The Denver Post, http://www.denverpost.com