Boundaries that Intercede with Child Molesters' Behaviors (Part 1)




Join Author and Lecturer Diane Cranley as she prestents her third webcast for the EIA.

Child sexual abuse is a crime that happens in relationship. In fact research has shown that over 95% of childhood sexual abuse happens at the hands of someone the child knows and trusts. Child molesters use a slow seduction process that not only gives them isolated access to students but also allows them to develop a relationship that keeps kids from telling. However, establishing and enforcing formal boundaries that intercede with the development of these isolated and intimate relationships can decrease the risk of a child being abused and minimize the district’s risk in the unfortunate case that abuse does occur. This session is the first of a two part series on best practice boundaries and will cover recommendations for on-site and off-site boundaries.


Course objectives include:

  1. Gain an understanding of how access, isolation, and behavioral boundaries can better protect students on your campuses
  2. Become familiar with how to establish a formal approval process for protecting students during off-site activities
  3. Learn how to develop a strategic continuous improvement process that will close the gap between your current practices and best practices

Need More Info or Help?
We hope you can join us, feel free to contact Doug McGill for more details.

Phone: 916-850-7300

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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