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Promoting Child Safe Environments

This training module is designed to help Oklahoma educators create child safe schools by recognizing and preventing child abuse, neglect, and child sexual abuse.

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Sexting Can Result In Prosecution


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Being Famous Does Not Mean An Adult Is Safe With Children

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The Value Of Background Checks For Child Safety

A dance teacher pleads not guilty to accusations of sexually abusing two students. Why should parents ask for references from an organization?

How Sexual Predators Are Using Social Media To Groom Potential Victims

A sex offender is jailed for preying on young teenage girls using Snapchat. How do sexual predators groom their victims through social media and apps?

A Decade Of Child Protection - What More Can Employers Do?

FBI task force looks back over 10 years and details its successes protecting children. What more can employers do to protect children from exploitation?