Church Board Guide to a Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Policy

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Church leaders and boards can take relatively simple, yet effective steps to reduce the likelihood of child sexual abuse. Implementing a preventive program can provide a safe and secure environment for the children to whom your church has been entrusted, and help reduce the legal risk and liability. Learn signs of abuse and abusers, how to develop a prevention plan and training, and how to implement procedures.

Table of Contents:

Introduction: The Church's Legal Vulnerability
The facts about child sexual abuse lawsuits in churches

Chapter 1: Defining Abuse and Abusers
Signs of abuse and abuser profiles

Chapter 2: Developing a Prevention Plan
Guidelines for screening and supervising workers, and responding to allegations of abuse

Chapter 3: Training and Implementation Procedures
9 steps for safeguarding your church through training and education

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