Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse through Education & Awareness
Dartmouth Middle School music teacher Samuel Neipp is one of many educators charged each year with allegedly sexually abusing students. In almost all of these cases involving educator sexual misconduct, the abuse did not have to happen.
Join us on Thursday, November 30th, for a free community meeting at the Vineland Branch Public Library and learn the warning signs of childhood sexual abuse. Find out how to keep your child safe.
Predators engage in “red flag” behavior which is easily recognizable. Knowing this easily recognizable behavior can help stop a pedophile before a child is harmed. The Keep Kids Safe presentation will help parents better understand the warning signs of sexual abuse and:
- Identify the behaviors that potential pedophiles exhibit prior to sexually abusing a child.
- Learn what to do if you spot “red flag” behavior.
- Recognize the harm caused to children by sexual abuse.
Education & Awareness
Education and awareness is the key to stopping sexual abuse. Pedophiles engage in a predictable behavior which starts with a grooming process and ends with the molestation of a child. Knowing what to look for and what to do when you see such behavior is the key to stopping sexual abuse before it occurs. Keep Kids Safe is dedicated to preventing childhood sexual abuse through our free Sexual Predator Identification Training™ program.
Join us at your local Vineland Branch Public Library, 1450 Blossom Hill Drive, on Thursday, November 30th from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
Do us a favor. Since the library community rooms hold about 50 or so parents, please RSVP so that we can ensure that everyone has a chance to learn from this presentation. It is NOT necessary to RSVP – everyone is welcome. Hope to see you there!