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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

Foster Homes And The Risks Of Child Sexual Abuse


A foster parent and the city now face charges of sexual abuse. We review the facts and the signs the city missed. Read more...


When Couples Sexually Abuse: A Rare, But Real Danger


A married couple is jailed for 27 years for "appalling" sexual abuse of a baby. We examine. Read more...


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Why Offenders Often Blame Victims For Child Sexual Abuse

A sex offender is sentenced to 13 years in prison for child sexual abuse. The offender in his statement blamed the victim. We explain why that is more common than you think.

When Minors Abuse Minors: What You Should Know About This Often Overlooked Risk

A 17-year-old is accused of sexually abusing and photographing two grade-school children. Learn how to be aware of this risk.