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19 results for: child protection policies
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A North Carolina system learned the hard way that one of its employees was shirking responsibilities and faking work reports. After a...
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The UK’s report on child sexual abuse in a number of religious institutions has been released. Like most such reports, it’s tough...
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One universal component of child protection policies is some level of education for the children themselves. Most off-the-shelf policies...
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An interesting study from Israel illustrates one of the core flaws that I have found in mandated reporting laws, which is that the...
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A school teacher in Colorado has been arrested for sexual misconduct on campus, and his employer may or may not have conducted adequate...
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A judge has dismissed a school district from a civil lawsuit alleging that a teacher initiated a sexual relationship with a student. The...
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A teacher found herself sentenced to jail after a jury acquitted her of a sexual relationship with a student, but convicted her of...
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One of the big problems in social science research is the “replication crisis.” Many famous studies have results that later researchers...
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One unanticipated result of Georgia's abolishing its child abuse registry last fall is that many youth serving organizations no longer...
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A Chicago social services agency faces a nightmare scenario after learning that one of its star staff members has been accused of being a...
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One popular, and many believe essential, component of child protection policies is a prevention program geared toward children.  In these...
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Johns Hopkins has published a new guide to preventing child sexual abuse.  I have not had time to read it all the way through, but it...