The Predator Identification Training program is a free in-person presentation educating parents and teachers about the predatory grooming process that precedes child sexual abuse in the schools.
- Nearly one in ten students will graduate high school as a victim of educator sexual misconduct.
- According to the CDC, one in three women will be victims of sex abuse in their lifetime.
The Solution for Your School
Predators don’t just show up and sexually abuse a child. It’s a long process that starts with the “grooming” of a child by a person of authority, such as a teacher, coach or principal. Predators engage in behavior, which is easily recognizable and with proper training, can stop the predator before a child is harmed. We are developing a free 30-minute sexual abuse prevention program for parents and educators.
Let’s Work Together
We are looking for schools to help us launch this 30-minute training program although it is recommend that you allocate an hour to include questions and answers from attendees. A lunch hour or early evening presentation is recommended to maximize attendance. At this point, our program is not appropriate for children.