Child Protection

Three Keys for Effective Abuse Prevention Programs

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Learn how organizations can make abuse prevention a priority every day.

Considerations for Hosting Virtual Camps

If COVID-19 has put a wrench in your organization's summer programming, virtual camps may be a good alternative. Here's what you need to kno...

2020 Industry Trends: Loss Control

In the world of loss control, we will see 2019’s hot topics pick up steam this year. While these issues are not new, they will continu...

Creating a Safe Environment for Children

Feb. 26, 2014 – One important aspect of a church ministry is providing a safe setting for the children. Between nurseries, daycares and ...

Your Responsibility When Responding to a Child Sexual Abuse Allegation

Mar. 27, 2013 – The sentencing of two Oklahoma church workers to 30 days in jail last week for failing to report child abuse that occurr...

Get Proactive About Child Abuse Prevention

When it comes to child abuse, the statistics are startling. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, approximately 675...

Child Safety E-Book

A comprehensive guide to creating safe spaces for children and youth.

Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Misconduct Hopefully, your organization will never have to face the financial and emotional devastation of sexual misconduct. But ...

Responding to Child Sexual Abuse

An allegation of child sexual abuse is one of the most difficult situations that a youth-serving organization such as a school can experienc...

Reducing Youth Activity Risks

Every organization needs to recognize and address the risks of sponsoring youth activities. While youth programs are excellent for kids, the...