A Policy of Prevention

Categories: Other, Our Perspective

Raise your hand if you have had or will have a physical exam this year. What about a dental checkup and tooth-cleaning? Okay, you don’t have to raise your hand, but consider the following:

If you are one of these people, you probably know that to be successful, these measures must be part of a larger policy: a policy of prevention that shapes your daily routines, your choices, and your relationships.

Child sexual abuse prevention is no different. It’s about policy –

As with physical check-ups and exercise, each facet of child sexual abuse prevention and response is important. And to be effective, they must be integrated into a larger policy that shapes routines, choices, and relationships for both families and organizations: a policy of prevention.

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