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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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Articles of Interest

No Age Limits For Targets Of Child Abusers

 

A boyfriend sexually molests and kills a one-year-old. We examine the ages most at risk for physical and child sexual abuse. Read more...

 

Sex Trafficking: An International Crime

 

Peruvian and U.S. authorities expose a sex trafficking ring. We examine the crime and the risk. Read more...

 

Recent Articles

Child Porn, Sexual Exploitation and Child Sexual Abuse

A 15-year-old YouTube skateboard star is among a group accused of sexual exploiting other minors. We examine the crime and the issues involving child pornography and exploitation.

Mandatory Reporters: Responsibility And Risk

A police officer is accused of child sexual abuse. We examine first responders and mandatory reporters, including their responsibility to report abuse, but also to report risk.

How Sexual Predators Take Advantage Of Innocence

A teenager becomes pregnant. The father is a male neighbor, a sexual predator. We examine how the perpetrator used a common technique to trick the victim.

Children Who Sexually Abuse Other Children

A teen is charged with sexually abusing a five-year-old. We examine why child sexual abuse does not have to be an adult crime.