Ok so my school hired a pretty interesting teacher in my department this year. On the first day of school they told us in a department that they didn't have a drivers license because they got a DUI but that they still drives to school every day. Their classes have been going pretty awfully and there have been parent complaints. Then for the last week they called out all week and left 0 lesson plans for their sub, didn't contact anyone to tell them what to do, ect. My department and I literally had to scramble every morning trying to find something for their students to do. The problem is they are way behind in the curriculum and isn't teaching the same things we are anymore. So we couldn't just pass their sub what we were doing. My question is, should I feel bad if I'm considering telling the campus cop about this persons suspended license? I know for a fact that he would stop them and that they would most likely be fired if they took them to jail(which I'm pretty sure they would do). I really feel like this person is short changing their students, they are literally a month or more behind our other classes of the same subject. The inclusion teacher told me that he was asked to make this teachers lesson plans for them(he is only in this class 1 period of the day and works with 4 other teachers too). Its just been a mess. On one hand I feel like I would probably feel bad, on the other hand it would solve a lot of issues for us. Eh, I probably wouldn't do it, I'm just venting.