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 second of a two part series on best practice boundaries and will cover recommendations for boundaries related to off-hours, electronic and social media, student-to-student safety, and gifts.
Course objectives include:
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