Child sexual abuse is a crime and any observed, disclosed, or suspected abuse should be reported to designated authorities as prescribed by mandated reporter laws. However, there are nuances to consider in your response to alleged abuse and to organizational boundary violations. This session will address topics such as preserving evidence; juvenile offenders; internal reporting; internal investigations; organizational consequences; reporting to licensing agencies; public communication; victim, parent and mandated reporter harassment; and post-incident reviews.
child sexual abuse,
detecting child molesters,