Child Sexual Abuse

Read: District Pays $950K to Family of Girl Victimized by Cyber Predator

District Pays $950K to Family of Girl Victimized by Cyber Predator

The laptop she was using was issued to her by the school, and the victim’s family alleges the school failed to properly supervise the girl’s use of it.

Read: Praesidium Releases Updated Accreditation Standards for Sexual Abuse Prevention

Praesidium Releases Updated Accreditation Standards for Sexual Abuse Prevention

The updated standards are based on scientific research, thousands of cases and 30 years of field experience, according to the organization.

Read: Oregon School District Updates Virtual Classroom Security After Zoom Bombing Incident

Oregon School District Updates Virtual Classroom Security After Zoom Bombing Incident

During the Zoom bombing incident, a man exposed himself to students taking a class at a middle school.

Read: FBI Warning: Online Classrooms and Teleconferencing Apps Are Being Hijacked

FBI Warning: Online Classrooms and Teleconferencing Apps Are Being Hijacked

The agency also says school closings due to COVID-19 and children’s increased online presence pose an increased risk for child exploitation.

Read: How to Make a Report of Suspected Child Abuse

How to Make a Report of Suspected Child Abuse

Knowing how to file a report when you suspect child abuse is critical to protect the children in your organization.

Read: N.C. School Employees Must Now Be Trained to Spot Sex Trafficking, Abuse

N.C. School Employees Must Now Be Trained to Spot Sex Trafficking, Abuse

The training should cover prevention, how sexual predators groom their victims, warning signs, how to intervene, legal responsibilities and resources that can provide assistance.

Read: AG: Former UPMC Carlisle Nurse Secretly Recorded 206 Patients

AG: Former UPMC Carlisle Nurse Secretly Recorded 206 Patients

Michael Bragg had previously been charged for producing and possessing child pornography and sexually abusing two minors.

Read: Human Trafficking Summit Urges Educators to Look for Red Flags

Human Trafficking Summit Urges Educators to Look for Red Flags

Approximately 80% of humans trafficked in the U.S. are American, challenging the common belief that most victims are immigrants.

Read: N.C. Lawmakers Pass Bill to Close Sexual Assault Gaps

N.C. Lawmakers Pass Bill to Close Sexual Assault Gaps

A 1979 court ruling made North Carolina the only state where a woman can’t revoke her consent once a sexual act has begun.

Read: 4 Iowa School Districts Settle with Sexual Abuse Victim for $650K

4 Iowa School Districts Settle with Sexual Abuse Victim for $650K

Three of the districts knew that the former teacher and coach had a history of sexually abusing his students, but the information was not passed on to his future employers.

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