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Senior Vice President
Child Sexual Abuse: An Issue of EPIC PROPORTIONS.
Together, we can proactively work to prevent child sexual abuse by equipping organization workers to recognize and report the
offender’s ‘grooming process’ before abuse occurs.
Abuse Prevention Systems 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 organization, Abuse Prevention Systems offers an unmatched level of experience and expertise. Using data from actual case studies and criminal statistics, we provide a comprehensive training experience.
Webcasts are simple to schedule. Our team will work with you to plan every detail of the event.
COMPLETE THE FORM
Complete our Live Training Request Form to be connected with a Live Training Specialist (LTS)
COORDINATE THE EVENT
Coordinate the logistics of the webcast with your LTS and invite participants
ENJOY THE WEBCAST
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Our all-staff webcast was easy to set up and easy for attendees to view. We are grateful for the passion, care, experience and attention Abuse Prevention Systems provides to help protect children in our organization. We rely on Abuse Prevention Systems as an integral training element to protect children and students involved in Perimeter organization.
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
Organization Best Practices