« on: May 21, 2015, 11:50:41 AM »
I already politely requested all my educational records, and the school outright refused to release them to me.
Is that the whole story? You sent a polite request for you records, and in flagrant violation of federal law the school refused to comply based on personal animosity? What did their response actually say?
Do you owe unpaid tuition?
Is there a restraining order in effect which requires third party contacts?
I get the feeling that there are some missing pieces here. If indeed the school refused to turn over your records based on nothing more than bad feelings, then you need to talk to a lawyer.
BTW, the school can't have you charged or arrested based on nothing more than a letter that says "I would like to request my transcripts." That's not harassment. They can call the police, who will determine whether or not a threat/harassment occurred. If the communication is nothing more than a letter requesting transcripts, I don't see how that could be reasonably interpreted as harassment UNLESS there is a restraining order in place or the police have already advised you not to contact the school. Is that the case?
At this point, I think you should talk to a lawyer. Perhaps they can make the request on your behalf.