This video explores boundaries that restrict staff access to students during non-school hours and reduce the risk of child sexual abuse.
Child molesters need repeated access to kids, and schools provide that access. Schools also provide structure and oversight, which can deter and detect inappropriate behavior. Therefore, child molesters who have secured a trusted position within the school leverage that trust to gain unrestricted access to kids outside of school hours, which minimizes their risk of being caught.
This video will explore boundaries that restrict staff access to students during non-school hours, including babysitting, personal tutoring services, and birthday parties.
This child sexual abuse prevention course is available with the compliance courses to all Fund Vector Solutions school district members. Vector Solutions offers two versions of this course: one for elementary campuses and one for middle/high school campuses.
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If your organization has a Vector Solutions (formerly SafeSchools) account, contact your administrator or Vector Solutions for log in details to access this course. Once you're logged in, search for the course title.
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