Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Webinar Series

Claims of child abuse and molestation are in the news every day, often reporting multimillion-dollar settlements against schools. The current climate is demanding a shift in focus from abuse at home to abuse at school and from reporting to prevention. We are pleased to offer you the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Webinar Series with Diane Cranley which will introduce specific steps to create an environment where child molesters virtually cannot succeed without being caught and therefore won’t want to work.

This seven-part webinar series will cover eight informed best practices including an in-depth look at child protection-focused applicant screening processes and boundary policies that will significantly lower the risk of a child in your care being sexually abused. Please watch this short video for a sneak peak of the webinar series. More information is available on the attached series summary.

Please join us for Webinar #1 on Tuesday, September 25th from 10 -11am.

Title: Foundation for Effective Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in Schools

 Presentation Description: This session will introduce you to the overall challenge of

sexual abuse in our schools and give you a deep understanding of how child molesters

think and behave which is the foundation for effective prevention. Please see the

attached Reflection Questions (Best Practice #1) which will be discussed during this


 Who Should Attend: Principals, Administrators, Risk Managers, HR Managers,

Classified Supervisors

Cost: No cost for OSS Members

 RSVP: Please click HERE to register for the webinar.

Presentation Descriptions for each Webinar

Please mark your calendars for the entire webinar series. All webinars will be from

10:00-11:00 a.m. Pacific Time:

Webinar #1 – Tuesday, September 25th – Click here to view the webinar.

Webinar #2 – Tuesday, October 23rd

Webinar #3 – Thursday, November 15th

Webinar #4 – Tuesday, January 15th (2019!)

Webinar #5 – Thursday, February 21st (2019)

Webinar #6 – Tuesday, March 26th (2019)

Webinar #7 – Thursday, May 2nd (2019)