The issue was first made public at last week’s Canyons School District board meeting.
Ron Farber who has a child attending Jordan Valley School in Midvale addressed the board.
"There's been a lot of serious issues at Jordan Valley School," Farber said in his statement to the board.
Another parent told ABC 4 Utah about her problems with the staff member.
“He's come in while my daughter was being changed unannounced while she was on the changing table,” says the woman who did not want to be identified.
The mother claims that she and another staff member were changing her 17-year old daughter's diaper.
She says men shouldn't be watching a teen age girl.
“Without asking permission if it was okay he just ‘I'm coming in and popped in,’" she says.
Farber told the school board that he’s taking his daughter out of the school until this is resolved.
"Very egregious acts have happened and as a concerned parent, now that I have come before this board, I believe my daughter's safety might be at risk,” Farber told the board.
Parents accuse this staff member of voyeurism, sexual harassment, inappropriate sexual comments and theft.
A spokesman for Canyons Schools says the staff member was put on leave while they investigated.
"The district immediately investigated those allegations and the district found no evidence of wrongdoing,” says Jeff Haney with the district.
He says parents were asked to provide evidence of wrong doing.
“We didn’t get one complaint,” says Haney.
But the mother who didn’t want to reveal her name says she and other parents provided documentation including witness accounts to both the district’s special education director and the head of the school’s civil rights.
Unhappy with the district's findings, the parents went to police.
“Right now we have investigators that are working the case,” says Lt. Justin Hoyal with Unified Police Department. “The case is active and is still ongoing at this time.”
Haney says the staff member is back at the school and he says the district is confident the children are safe.