Adult Sexual Misconduct & Child Abuse
- Friday, December 6, 2013, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm, registration begins at 7:30 am
- Poudre School District Administrative Complex, 2407 La Porte Ave, PSD Ballroom, Fort Collins, CO 80521
- Provided by the U.S. Department of Education Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance Center.
- Hosted by Poudre School District
- Designed for: Teams of three to five people from participating districts, charter schools, and private schools who are human resources directors, executive management, and master trainers responsible for training site-based staff.
- No charge for Colorado participants.
- Register by November 22, 2013 at 3:00 pm MT.
- Registration is required and space is limited.
CCASA promotes safety, justice, and healing for survivors while working toward the elimination of sexual violence. They provide research, resources, and training to enable Colorado communities to believe and support survivors, hold perpetrators accountable, and take action to end sexual violence.
Youth and Adolescents resources
- Resources from Colorado State Government Agencies relating to child abuse and neglect.
- Contact information listed by county to report child abuse or neglect.
- The Denver Children's Advocacy Center works to improve the lives of children traumatized by sexual abuse and violence -- as well as those who are at high risk -- with prevention, education, and direct services. Their mission is to prevent abuse, strengthen families and restore childhood.
- Accessed from the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA), this document was created by Michelle Murphy, Esq. of Alexander Halpern LLC.
- This document is intended to provide an awareness as to those behaviors which increase an educator’s risk of exposure to claims of misconduct, including appropriate use of the internet, email and text messaging.
- Published in 2008 by the U.S. Department of Education Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance Center.
- Defines educator sexual misconduct; provides guidelines for appropriate and inappropriate behavior in adult-student interactions; and addresses prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery relating to educator sexual misconduct.
- Published in the Denver Post, November 21, 2012.
- Published in the Washington Post, October 21, 2007.
Education has long been recognized as the great equalizer in America. The U.S. Department of Education and its Office for Civil Rights (OCR) believe that providing all students with an educational environment free from discrimination is extremely important. The sexual harassment of students, including sexual violence, interferes with students’ right to receive an education free from discrimination and, in the case of sexual violence, is a crime.
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