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Decriminalization of teacher/student sexual activity is not the answer.

Last Friday, the Washington Post ran a controversial opinion piece written by a former attorney named Betsy Karasik. In the piece, Ms. Karasik argued that some incidents of sexual activity should not be considered a criminal act. As a reaction to this column, MaleSurvivor Executive Director Christopher Anderson collaborated with the partners listed below to…

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In The Loop August 2013

In This Issue Victims of Child Abuse Act Petition, 30th National Symposium on Child Abuse, Extended Forensic Interview Training St. Louis, MO, Health Care Costs Associated With Child Maltreatment, Resilience Among Victims of Child Maltreatment, The Evaluation of Children in the Primary Care Setting When Sexual Abuse is Suspected, What’s New in CALiO Click here…

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NCAC Out and About July 2013

In August, NCAC Executive Director, Chris Newlin, conducted two board training sessions in Fort Smith and Bentonville, Arkansas; and met with US Air Force JAG training staff at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL to discuss child abuse response in a multidisciplinary format. Chris Newlin also spent two weeks in Australia. While in Australia,…

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In The Loop July 2013

In This Issue National Crime Victims’ Service Award Nominations, Restore Funding to the Victims of Child Abuse Act, 30th National Symposium on Child Abuse, Pre-Conference Sessions, St. Louis Extended Forensic Interview Training, Building Child Welfare Response to Child Trafficking, A Rapid Evidence Assessment on the Effects that Access and Exposure to Pornography has on Children…

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NCAC Out and About June 2013

In June, NCAC Executive Director, Chris Newlin, was appointed to the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s Juvenile Justice and Child Protection Committee. The mission of the Juvenile Justice and Child Protection Committee is to build effective leadership, strategies, and practices to enable law enforcement to protect children and reduce juvenile crime, delinquency, and victimization.…

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In The Loop June 2013

In This Issue Act Now to Restore Funding to the Victims of Child Abuse Act, 30th National Symposium on Child Abuse Call for Papers, Victim Advocacy Training, NCAC Offsite Trainings, NCVLI Polyvictims: Victims’ Rights Enforcement as a Tool to Mitigate “Secondary Victimization” in the Criminal Justice System, Research Project Survey, What’s New in CALiO? Click…

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NCAC Out and About May 2013

In May, NCAC Executive Director, Chris Newlin, gave a 2½ -hour presentation, Best Practices in Managing Multiple Victim Child Sexual Abuse Cases, at the LAPD Chief’s Conference on Investigation and Prosecuting Sexual Assault Crimes in Los Angeles, CA. Chris Newlin also gave three presentations at the Protecting Delaware’s Children Conference in Dover, DE including the…

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In The Loop May 2013

In This Issue 30th National Symposium on Child Abuse Call for Papers, Victim Advocacy Training, NCAC Offsite Trainings, Child Exposure to Trauma, Coordination, Collaboration, Capacity, Spotlight “In their Own Words”, What’s New in CALiO? Click here to view this Newsletter in a new window.

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NCAC Out and About April 2013

In April, NCAC Executive Director, Chris Newlin, gave a 2-hour presentation for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, DC on the Efficacy of Children’s Advocacy Centers and Emerging Issues in the Forensic Interviewing Field, in order to enhance their collaboration with Safe Shores CAC and MDT serving the District of Columbia. There is keen interest…

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month!

EVERYONE MUST WORK TOGETHER TO KEEP CHILDREN SAFE. When children are little and parents are responsible for their every need, it is overwhelming. When children are school age and parents aren’t always there to supervise, children are vulnerable. When children become teenagers and don’t think before they act, there are unforeseen consequences. Child abuse prevention…

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