Child Sexual Abuse: What’s Your Policy?

Think about the groups and organizations you’re involved in that include children and ask yourself:

Child Sexual Abuse: What’s Your Policy?

Child sexual abuse happens. It happens more than is disclosed or reported. It happens most predominantly by people known to, and trusted by, the children and families affected.

Because we don’t like to think or speak about it, it continues to happen at rates that are too high, and it is often disclosed years after it occurs.

We can change this. It’s not as difficult as it seems.

When Good People Do Nothing, Evil Triumphs. ~Edmond Burke

When public groups and organizations take on the challenge of creating and communicating effective Child Sexual Abuse policies, they draw a line in the sand.