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Everyone has a responsibility to look out for the safety, health and welfare of children in their communities. Under Kansas law, however, certain individuals have a legal obligation to report suspicions of child sexual abuse or neglect. These individuals are known as mandated reporters, and they can face penalties for failing to speak up if they suspect certain crimes against children. Find…
Child abuse and neglect are crimes that continue to pervade America. With the month of April being National Child Abuse Prevention Month, it is incredibly important to recognize the importance of spreading awareness and bringing communities together to prevent child abuse and neglect. Find out how to spot and report child abuse or neglect in Kansas to keep the children in your…
Sex crimes against children take many forms and have various definitions. While the phrases “child molestation” and “child sexual abuse” may be used interchangeably, there are key differences that separate them as two different crimes on a legal level in Kansas – with different penalties for perpetrators. Learn this distinction if you are a parent, guardian or another concerned adult who suspects…
Parents whose child has suffered sexual assault can fear to challenge large institutions such as schools. Learn the effective strategies your family can take.
Claims of sexual assaults at West Point, the Naval Academy, and the Air Force Academy have increased by nearly 50 percent since 2016.
America’s private schools often succeed in covering up sexual abuse of their students. Learn how this happens and what can be done to fight back.
In many places, the law allows public schools to ignore their duty to prevent student sexual abuse. See what can be done to get justice anyway.
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