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Promoting Child Safe Environments

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Articles of Interest

Background Checks: Why All Background Checks Are Not The Same


A camp counselor, who passed a background check, is arrested for sexual abuse. We examine the facts and why not all background checks are the same. Read more...


Private Lessons: Why Dropping Off Your Child Is Never A Good Idea


Police arrest a piano teacher for engaging in sexual acts with a young child. We examine the facts and the solutions. Read more...


Recent Articles

Child Pornography: Both Sexes Can Be Perpetrators

Police arrest a woman on child pornography charges. We examine the risks of child porn that both sexes represent.

Employee Molests Child In Employer's Care: Huge Verdict Follows

An employer is hit with a multi-million dollar verdict after an employee molests a child in the employer's care. We examine the exposure.

Fighting Fire With Fire: How The FBI Is Catching Child Porn Perps With Spyware

The FBI uses spyware to catch a porn watcher and collector. We examine how it works and what it means.

Online Dating, Grooming, And Sexual Abuse

An Australian report finds child sexual predators are using online dating sites to gain trust of single mothers. We review the findings.