Are you protecting the youth in your care?
needed prevention services
victims of abuse and neglect
died from abuse and neglect
of children know their abuser
Who does a child abuser look like?
If you’re picturing a dubious-looking person of a specific gender or age, you’re already off-track. While it’s true that the most common offender type is a caucasian male in his mid-thirties, abuse infiltrates every gender and socioeconomic status.
An abuser could be anyone & everyone.
BACKGROUND CHECKS ARE NOT ENOUGH
Due to gaps and inaccuracies in database information and the high rate of undetected predators, background checks are a good start, but—alone—they are not sufficient to fully protect the vulnerable population you serve or your organization’s reputation. The powerful combination of background checks and child abuse awarenessprograms deters sex offenders from infiltrating your organization.