Yesterday, Jamie Kravcak, president of the Bristol Township school board, said that police had forwarded information to the Bucks County District Attorney's Office.
Seitz, of Falls Township, could not be reached for comment yesterday.
Langhorne Manor Solicitor Thomas Profy III said he could not address any personnel issues concerning the borough's police officers.
The allegations have been a hot topic at the school this week and among parents, who are calling on the school to release more information.
"The investigation is continuing," said David Truelove, school district solicitor. "There could still be more information."
Kravcak said the board had a policy "not to sweep anything under the carpet" but was legally barred from releasing personnel information.
Truman was without its complement of school police officers for several months after three resigned in December and one switched to part-time. But when a so-called take-out list of students' names and derogatory remarks about them circulated at the school in March, and several fights injured students and teachers, a parent uproar forced the school to quickly replace the security staff.
Truelove defended the district's process used to screen Seitz and two other officers hired in March. He said the school did not conduct a background check on Seitz but relied on information from current and previous employers.
"He was already subject to the highest form of scrutiny even before he came to work for the district," Truelove said, because Seitz was a police officer.
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Inquirer staff writer Leslie Pappas contributed to this article.