A teacher has been suspended following his arrest in connection with a stalking offence, BBC Scotland has learned.
Ross Davidson, 45, a teacher at a school in North Ayrshire, was arrested on Wednesday.
The alleged offences took place between May and July 2014, according to the Crown Office.
A spokesman for North Ayrshire Council confirmed that a teacher had been suspended from his post.
He added: "It would not be appropriate for the council to comment further on matters relating to an individual employee."
A Police Scotland spokeswoman confirmed that they had made an arrest.
"We can confirm that on Wednesday 19 April, a 45-year-old man was arrested in connection with an offence contrary to Section 39 of the Criminal Justice and Licensing Scotland Act 2010," she said.
A report was submitted to the procurator fiscal, she added.
The fiscal at Kilmarnock received the report, according to the Crown Office.
A spokesman said: "The procurator fiscal at Kilmarnock received a report concerning a 45-year-old male, in connection with alleged incidents between May and July 2014.
"The accused was liberated from custody pending further inquiries."