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Child Sexual Abuse: An Issue of EPIC PROPORTIONS.
Check in and matching tag systems are ineffective at protecting children from sexual abuse, because 90% of victims are abused by someone they know and trust.
Background checks ALONE are inadequate, because less than 10% of abusers will encounter the criminal justice system, ever.
2 out of 3 children don’t tell about abuse until adulthood, if ever.
To gain access to children, abusers groom the gatekeepers – trusted adults in a ministry program – by appearing helpful, trustworthy, and responsible.
1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused before reaching 18 years of age.
False allegations of child sexual abuse are rare.
MinistrySafe provides the most effective preventative training on the market.
Founded by legal experts after decades of litigating child sexual abuse cases and providing crisis management to ministries, MinistrySafe offers an unmatched level of experience and expertise. Using data from actual case studies and criminal statistics, MinistrySafe provides a comprehensive training experience in a Christ-based environment.
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Training topics include
Facts vs Common Misconceptions
The Offender’s ‘Grooming Process’
Common ‘Grooming Behavior’
How to Respond to an Outcry
Methods to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
Peer-to-Peer Sexual Abuse
Changes in Legislation
Skillful Screening Processes
Interpreting Background Checks
Responding to an Allegation of Abuse
Insurance Coverage Issues
Crafting Policies and Procedures
Creating a Safety Committee
Model of Care for Abuse Survivors
Ministry Best Practices