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Primary prevention happens when EVERYONE believes child sexual abuse CAN be prevented and they possess tools to do so. The purpose of these resources is to ask important questions when thinking about who has access to your children and knowledge of healthy development.
Children need accurate, age-appropriate information about child sexual abuse and confidence that adults they know will support them. Clear communication is part of effective prevention.
If you’re a professional or looking for more resources on preventing child sexual abuse, please check out the following resources.
- Online Internet Safety Training (take at your own leisure), featured KSP Electronic Crime Branch expert
- Internet Safety Toolkit
- Online assessment geared towards organizations looking to decrease risk of child sexual abuse within their organization
- Child Sexual Abuse Risk Reduction Protocol for Youth-Serving Organizations manual for organizations looking to decrease risks of child sexual abuse